Scott Kuggeleijn is a promising fast bowler of New Zealand who can also bat efficiently on required occasions. In 2011-12, Scott Kuggeleijn made his first-class debut for Wellington Firebirds in the Ford Trophy and has since moved to Northern Districts. Scott's father, Chris Kuggelijn was also a cricketer and has represented New Zealand team at international level on two occasions of Test cricket in 1988-89. Let's try to know more about this young player Scott Kuggeleijn and what role he plays in New Zealand cricket team.
Full Name: Scott Christopher Kuggeleijn
Role: Bowling all-rounder
Batting: Right-hand bat
Northern Districts- 2013- present
Chennai Super Kings- 2019
Test Debut: N/A
ODI Debut: In New Zeland vs Ireland on 14th May 2017
T20I Debut: In New Zealand vs Ireland on 21st May 2017
Major Teams: New Zealand, New Zealand A, Northern Knights, New Zealand XI, Chennai Super Kings, Montreal Tigers
Off the field, he got popular for all the wrong reasons when 2016 he was accused of rape. He went on trial twice but got a clean chit and was not convicted.
Date of Birth: 3rd January 1992
Current Age: 28 years (as of 2020)
Birth Place: Hamilton, New Zealand
Nationality: New Zealand
Address: Hamilton, New Zealand
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Educational Qualification: Unmarried
Father: Chris Kuggeleijn
Marital Status: N/A
Height: 5 feet 9 inches
Weight: 72 kg
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Net Worth: N/A
Cricketer: Kane Williamson
Actor: Russell Crowe
In 2015, he went on a trial because of a rape accusation but was later cleared from all the charges and was released by the court in 2017.
Scott father Chris Kuggeleijn has also played for the National side as a spin-bowling all-rounder.