Matches (18)
IND v AUS (1)
Asian Games (W) (2)
Malaysia Tri (1)
County DIV1 (5)
County DIV2 (3)
Gulf T20I (3)
CPL 2023 (1)
BAN v NZ (1)
RHF Trophy (1)

Justin Vaughan

New Zealand
Justin Vaughan
INTL CAREER: 1992 - 1997
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Full Name

Justin Thomas Caldwell Vaughan


August 30, 1967, Hereford, England


56y 23d

Also Known As

birth registered as Thomas Justin Caldwell Vaughan

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium



An interesting if not a particularly classy player. At provincial first-class level he was primarily a middle-order batsman and, with an awkward looking square-on stance, was a proven run getter. In limited overs, his miserly medium pace bowling became his better suit. Always hard to get away on the slow New Zealand tracks, it was this as much as anything which earned him his call ups for international duty, although he was only ever likely to be a fringe New Zealand player as he himself, being an intelligent man, would have been the first to admit. A doctor of medicine and a natural leader, he was a fine Auckland captain.

After retiring he became a member of the NZC board and CEO of BrainZ instruments in Auckland. In June 2007 he replaced Martin Snedden as CEO of NZC.
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Justin Vaughan Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A90831516359424.04--08--310


List A90-437727451236/266/2622.313.7635.5610
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New Zealand Cricket CEO Justin Vaughan is all smiles at a press conference
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Justin Vaughan, the New Zealand Cricket chief executive, at a press conference
New Zealand Cricket chief executive Justin Vaughan speaks at the launch of the 2010 ICC Under-19 World Cup
Justin Vaughan, New Zealand cricket's chief executive