Jimmy Neesham Biography, Age, Hight, Father, Twitter

James Neesham (Jimmy) Biography, Age, Height, Father, Twitter

Last updated on December 16th, 2023 at 03:04 am

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NameJames Neesham
Full NameJames Douglas Sheahan Neesham
Nick NameJimmy
Known forPlaying first-class cricket for the Wellington cricket team
ProfessionCricketer (Batting all-rounder)
Personal Life
Date of Birth17-September-1990
Age33 Years Old
Birth PlaceAuckland, New Zealand
Zodiac SignVirgo
NationalityNew Zealander
Home TownAuckland, New Zealand
HobbiesPaying Rugby and Golf
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
Jersey Number# 50 (New Zealand)
# 5 (Otago Volts)
Career in Cricket
Mentor/CoachDavid James Gordon
TeamsOtago Volts
Batting StyleLeft Handed Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium
Favourite ShotPull
Net Worth
Net worth (Approx) as of 2023$2 Million
Educational Qualification
School/High SchoolAuckland Grammar School, New Zealand
College / Institute / UniversityMassey University
Favourite Things
CricketerBatsman- MS Dhoni, Martin Guptill
Bowler- Tim Southee
SingerCeline Dion
Physical status
Height• in centimeters- 188 cm
• in meters- 1.88 m
• in Feet Inches- 6’ 2”
Weight• in Kilograms- 98 kg
• in Pounds- 216 lbs
Body Measurement• Chest: 42 inches
• Waist: 34 inches
• Biceps: 14 inches
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBrown
Partner, Girlfriend, and Affairs
Marital StatusUnmarried
Relationship/Affairs/GirlfriendsAlex McLeod (Netballer)
Social Media Account and Contact Details
FacebookJames Neesham
InstagramJames Neesham
TwitterJames Neesham

Who is James Neesham?

James Neesham is a New Zealander Cricketer (Batting all-rounder) born on September 1990, in Auckland, New Zealand.

What is the age of James Neesham?

James Neesham is 33 years old as of October 2023.

What is the height of James Neesham?

James Neesham’s height is in centimeters- 188 cm, in meters- 1.88 m, in Feet Inches- 6’ 2”.

Some exciting and lesser-known facts about Jimmy Neesham

  • Neesham is the only New Zealand cricketer to score back-to-back centuries on his Test debut.
  • He is also the highest-scoring New Zealand number eight batsman on his Test debut, with 137 runs against India in 2014.
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