Kyle Jamieson

Kyle Jamieson

New Zealand|Bowler
Kyle Jamieson

INTL CAREER: 2020 - 2021

Full Name

Kyle Alex Jamieson


December 30, 1994, Auckland


26y 270d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm fast medium

Playing Role



The first thing that strikes you about Kyle Jamieson is his height. At 6'8", he is one of the tallest fast bowlers in the circuit. And like most people who send a cricket ball down from such awkward heights, he is known for getting awkward bounce. So much so that batsmen forget that he has a phenomenal fuller delivery. Especially when it starts to hoop in at the stumps.

Jamieson was born and bred in Auckland. He even plays domestic cricket for them now, but it was during his time at Canterbury that he first rose to the national spotlight. The right-arm quick, playing in the 2019 Super Smash, picked up 6 for 7 in four overs. Those figures are a New Zealand T20 record, and they have been bettered by only three men in the entire world.

Jamieson made his international debut in February 2020 against India and was one of the key players in an incredibly close match at Eden Park. He has since been viewed as an asset for New Zealand in all forms of cricket and has been especially potent in Test matches. He took two five-fors in his first four matches and has also shown a lot of competence with the bat as well. Although he has only begun his career, the heights he might reach already look scary.

Career Averages

List A333214871307424/494/4931.115.2735.40100
Batting & Fielding
List A3320132616737.28237110.120117790
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Recent Matches - Player

RCB vs KKR40/2620-Sep-2021Abu DhabiT20
Surrey vs Hampshire0*0/1004-Jul-2021SouthamptonFC
Surrey vs Kent00/2902-Jul-2021CanterburyT20
Surrey vs Hampshire9*0/3330-Jun-2021SouthamptonT20
Surrey vs Glamorgan311/2729-Jun-2021CardiffT20


Kyle Jamieson had to make a quick adjustment to T20
Kyle Jamieson runs in to bowl on his Surrey debut
New Zealand's bowling unit (left to right), Matt Henry, Ajaz Patel, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner, Trent Boult, BJ Watling and Colin de Grandhomme, pose with the WTC mace
New Zealand's pace line-up: not so menacing after the day is done
Job done, New Zealand soak in the victory
New Zealand's 15 for the WTC final with their prize: (front L to R) Ajaz Patel, BJ Watling, Devon Conway, Neil Wagner, Kane Williamson, Tim Southee, Tom Latham, Trent Boult, (back L to R), Will Young, Tom Blundell, Matt Henry, Henry Nicholls, Kyle Jamieson, Ross Taylor, Colin de Grandhomme