Tim McIntosh

Tim McIntosh holding cricket bat

Tim McIntosh




Quick Facts About Tim McIntosh

Name Timothy Gavin McIntosh
Birth Name Timothy Gavin McIntosh
Celebrated Name Tim McIntosh
Date of Birth December 04, 1979
Age 37 Years Old
Profession Cricketer
Gender Male
Place Of Birth Auckland
Nationality New Zealander
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Single
Hair Color Blonde

New Zealander batsman Tim McInstosh, Source : images.google.com

Tim McIntosh is one of the greatest batsmen to have represented the New Zealand national team. The powerful batsman spent 3 years with the national team and in his time he scored 854 runs in total averaging 27.54 runs. 

He was born on 4th December 1979. Apart from the national team, he played for Auckland Aces and Canterbury Wizards. Not only his home country clubs he has also been a part of major clubs around the world which includes Greenock ( Scotland) and Sleaford (England). In his career of over 15 years, he played a total of 184 matches scoring 8714 runs in the process. 

The 37-year-old decided to retire at the end of 2013/2014 season. Despite failing to make an impact as he would have liked in the national team, McIntosh remains proud as he still poses one of the best conversion rates in first-class cricket history.

Tim McIntosh remains one of the best sportsmen in New Zealand

Tim McIntosh batting for his national team, Source : images.google.com

Tim McIntosh was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He began his professional journey by playing for his hometown club Auckland Aces in 1998-1999 season. In his debut season, he made only a handful of appearances before finally establishing himself in the 2002-2003 season. 

He scored a brilliant 820 runs that season with an average of 58.57 runs.  One of the highlights of his career came against Canterbury when he scored his personal highest first-class score of 268 runs. After rising to prominence, McIntosh decided it was time for a new challenge in his career. 

He joined Canterbury Wizards in the 2004/2005 season. McIntosh had a lot of hope from his move to his new team. Despite all the experiences, he failed to live up to the expectations and saw a significant drop in his form. During this time there, he had a career-low average of 4.90 runs. Seeing the significant drop in form McIntosh made the switch back to his hometown club. Soon after his homecoming in 2005/2006, he began improving and by 2008 he re-established himself as one of the best. The national team came calling soon after.

He made his national team debut on December 11th, 2008 against West Indies. He made a steady start in his first test but thrived on the second as he scored a memorable century. In his three-year long association with the national team, McIntosh scored two centuries and four half centuries. In 2010’s India tour, he scored his second century for his country. 

Despite cementing himself as the 11th batsman in the history to manage a century after a pair, he was axed by the national team as he did not manage to score a double digit in his next two tests. His final appearance for the national team was on 7th January 2011, against Pakistan.  



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