Full name Neil Buszard
Born June 21, 1953
Current age 63 years 277 days
Major teams Victoria Colts, Victoria Under-19s
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak googly
Neil Buszard played over 300 games of Premier Cricket, culminating in eight Grand Final appearances and four Premierships. He was coach of the Collingwood Cricket Club for eight seasons, leading the club into five Grand Finals. He was a Bushranger selector for eight years, and has been Head Coach of Cricket at the Victorian Institute of Sport since 1995.
Buszard was also an Australian baseballer. He represented Victoria at five National Championships, winning the Helms Award and batting trophy at the 1974 Claxton Shield. (Neil Buszard, Aug 2002)
Victorian Institute of Sport coach 1995 to present
Represented Australia & Victoria in Baseball
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