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Bradley Scott      

Full name Bradley Esmond Scott

Born September 16, 1979, Ashburton, Canterbury

Current age 40 years 323 days

Major teams Otago

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Left-arm fast-medium

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
First-class 66 88 25 1361 96 21.60 0 6 20 0
List A 103 66 26 691 44 17.27 0 0 27 0
T20s 61 34 17 273 22* 16.05 227 120.26 0 0 20 8 16 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 66 11806 5115 182 6/20 28.10 2.59 64.8 5 0
List A 103 4961 4134 117 4/63 4/63 35.33 4.99 42.4 1 0 0
T20s 61 58 1174 1572 64 4/13 4/13 24.56 8.03 18.3 1 0 0
Career statistics
First-class debut 2000/01
Last First-class Wellington v Otago at Wellington, Dec 17-20, 2015 scorecard
List A debut Otago v Canterbury at Alexandra, Jan 9, 2004 scorecard
Last List A Auckland v Otago at Auckland, Jan 18, 2017 scorecard
T20s debut Canterbury v Otago at Christchurch, Jan 13, 2006 scorecard
Last T20s Central Districts v Otago at New Plymouth, Dec 21, 2016 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0/20, 6 Otago v Auckland Auckland 18 Jan 2017 LA
1*, 1/66 Otago v Wellington Dunedin 15 Jan 2017 LA
1/53 Otago v Central D New Plymouth 21 Dec 2016 T20
0/39 Otago v Northern D Mount Maunganui 18 Dec 2016 T20
1/31, 6 Otago v Central D Napier 16 Dec 2016 T20
2/34 Otago v Auckland Auckland 4 Dec 2016 T20
0/18 Otago v Northern D Dunedin 17 Jan 2016 LA
2*, 0/17 Otago v Wellington Wellington 13 Jan 2016 LA
2/37, 15 Otago v Canterbury Alexandra 30 Dec 2015 LA
1*, 1/36 Otago v Auckland Alexandra 27 Dec 2015 LA
Profile

Bradley Scott became a serial fringe member for New Zealand over the past year without being required for on-field national duty. A left-arm fast bowler and useful lower-order batsman, Scott was part of the extended 30-man World Cup outfit, but didn't make the Caribbean cut, and was in a similar position for the 2006 Champions Trophy. However, he was finally chosen for a senior trip when picked for the ICC World Twenty20 instead of James Franklin. Scott did not get a game but the tour itself was the reward for a productive visit to Australia with New Zealand A that built on the domestic gains he made with Otago in 2006-07. He captured 27 State Championship wickets at 23.62 last season - four more than the previous campaign - and posted his second first-class half-century. The 2007-08 season saw one of his best performances as he finished the overall joint second-highest wicket-taker in the State Championship with 31 wickets at 19.77.

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Jan 31, 2009

Bradley Scott is bowled, Northern Districts v Otago, State Shield final, Hamilton, January 31, 2009

Bradley Scott is bowled

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