Full Name

Brendan Neville Creevey


February 18, 1970, Charleville, Queensland


52y 346d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

A tall and enthusiastic paceman with an unusual background for a first class cricketer, Brendan Creevey is a Brisbane-based fast bowler and capable lower order batsman. Like many around him during recent years, Creevey's opportunities have been limited by the strength of the competition for spots in Queensland's first eleven. But the fact that he has rarely failed for grade team Sandgate-Redcliffe, or indeed for the Bulls in the intermittent appearances he has made at interstate level since making his debut in 1996-97, has meant that he has never been far away from establishing a more permanent presence. Strangely, he had merely played indoor cricket competitively - none outdoors - until the age of 19 and it was only when a teammate suggested that he try his hand with Sandgate-Redcliffe's then injury-ravaged second eleven that his sharp change in cricketing direction began to take its course. From his 6'5" height, Creevey extracts good pace and disconcerting bounce. He also seams the ball effectively and maintains excellent accuracy. The combination of a correct technique and a capacity to hit out in controlled fashion renders him similarly effective with the bat and he has featured in many useful partnerships late in Mercantile Mutual Cup matches for Queensland. (John Polack, June 2000)

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A312392974421.210030
List A3114271046423/133/1324.904.3933.9000
Debut/Last Matches - Player
FC Matches
1996/97 - 2000/01
List A Matches
1996/97 - 2000/01
Creevey appeals, Queensland XI v New Zealanders, 2000/01
Creevey bowling, McMillan the non-stiker, Queensland XI v New Zealanders, 2000/01
Brett Lee celebrates the wicket of Creevey, Queensland XI v Australian XI, 2000/01
Nick Knight drives a boundary off Brendan Creevey