Full name David John White
Born June 26, 1961, Gisborne
Current age 54 years 35 days
Major teams New Zealand, Northern Districts
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|Test debut||Pakistan v New Zealand at Karachi, Oct 10-15, 1990 scorecard|
|Last Test||Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore, Oct 18-23, 1990 scorecard|
|ODI debut||Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore, Nov 2, 1990 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Pakistan v New Zealand at Sialkot, Nov 6, 1990 scorecard|
|First-class span||1979/80 - 1993/94|
|List A span||1980/81 - 1994/95|
David White played two Tests and three ODIs for New Zealand as an opening batsman on their tour to Pakistan in 1990. He didn't have much success, falling to Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis in five out of seven innings. White did not play international cricket again but had a 15-year career at Northern Districts, for whom he played 106 first-class matches and 44 List A games, the last of which was in 1995. He is also a qualified physical education teacher and had completed an accountancy degree at Massey University in 1990. White went on to build a career in sports administration, serving as chief executive at Auckland Rugby and Wellington Rugby. He was appointed chief executive of New Zealand Cricket in December 2011.
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