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Tim McIntosh

New Zealand|Batter
Tim McIntosh
INTL CAREER: 2008 - 2011
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Full Name

Timothy Gavin McIntosh


December 04, 1979, Auckland


44y 84d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Playing Role


A left-handed opening batsman, Tim McIntosh earned a call-up to the New Zealand Test squad at the age of 29, to face the touring West Indians. He made his debut for Auckland in 1998-99 but played only a handful of matches in his first two seasons. His consistency stood out in the next three seasons for the Aces and in 2002-03, amassed 820 runs at 58.57. He had a forgettable season with Canterbury in 2004-05 but ironically, his highest first-class score of 268 came against them. A sound start to the 2008-09 season caught the eye of the selectors who were looking to revamp New Zealand's struggling top order. After a nervous debut Test in Dunedin, he hit a patient century in the following game in Napier. McIntosh is largely regarded as a four-day specialist, a graduate of the 'Mark Richardson School of Batting.'
Cricinfo Staff December 2009

Tim McIntosh Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A53521154516130.29--38--280


List A53-000-----000
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