James Neesham is an New Zealand international cricketer who plays for wellington in domestic cricket and currently playing for Punjab kings in the Indian premier league. He is a right arm medium fast bowler and right handed batsman.
James Neesham Biography, Lifestyle, Wiki, Height, Weight, Age, Salary, Net Worth, Income, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, House, Cars, Records, Awards & Facts
Left Handed Bat
Right Arm Medium
- #50 New Zealand International Cricket Team
- #5 Auckland Domestic Cricket Team
- National Team – New Zealand International Cricket Team
- Domestic Team – Auckland Domestic Cricket Team
- IPL 2020 Team – Mumbai Indians (IPL)
Date of Birth / Birthplace
James Neesham was born on 17 September 1990 in Auckland, New Zealand.
He is currently 31 years old (as in 2021).
Auckland, New Zealand
- School –
- Auckland Grammar School, New Zealand
- College –
- Not Known
- Educational Qualification –
- Not Known
Physical Statistics And More
- In feet – 6 feet 2 inches
- In centimeters – 188 cm
- In meters – 1.88 m
Family & Relationship
Parents & Siblings
- Father – Names Not Known
- Mother – Names Not Known
- Siblings – Names Not Known
Girlfriend & Spouse
- James Neesham dated –
- Alex McLeod (Netballer)
Career Turning Point
On his test debut against india neesham scored unbeaten 137 runs which is the highest score on debut by a Test number 8 batsman. Also in the second test he made a century and became first new zealand cricketer to score a century in his first two matches.
James Neesham made his test cricket debut against South Africaon 19 january 2013.
in Basin Reserve, New Zealand
James Neesham made his one day international debut against South Africa on 19 january 2013 in Boland Park, South Africa
James Neesham made his T20 debut against South Africa on 21 december 2012 in Kingsmead, Durban, South Africa
James Neesham made his IPL debut for Delhi Daredevils. He was selected for team Delhi Daredevils in IPL auction 2019 for 12 lakhs and played his debut match in 2019.
James Neesham Salary
James Neesham’s salary is 20 Lakhs per year in the Indian cricket team and he has earned around 20 lakhs from IPL since 2021.
|Name||James Neesham Salary|
|Monthly Income & Salary||Rs. 2 Lakhs +|
|Annual Income||Rs. 20 Lakhs +|
|Brand endorsement Fees||Rs. 1-2 Lakhs|
|Income Source||BCCI, IPL, Brands|
|IPL 2021 Fees||Rs. 50 Lacs|
|IPL Total Income||Rs. 2 crore|
James Neesham’s overall IPL Earnings :
|2020||Punjab Kings||Rs. 50 Lacs|
|2015||Kolkata Knight Riders||Rs. 50 Lacs|
|2014||Delhi Daredevils||Rs. 1 crore|
|Total||Rs. 2 crore|
James Neesham Net Worth
James Neesham has an estimated total Networth of Rs. 10 Crores ($ 1.5 Million) in 2021, and His main source of income is Brand Endorsements and playing cricket.
|Name||James Neesham Net Worth|
|Net Worth (2021)||$1.5 Million|
|Net Worth In Indian Rupees||Rs. 10 Crores|
|Personal Properties||Not Known|
James Neesham Cars And Bikes Collection
Some Lesser Known Facts About James Neesham
• He was born in Auckland, New Zealand.
• He completed his studies at Auckland Grammar School, New Zealand.
• Neesham is in a relationship with Alex McLeod who is a Netballer.
• Neesham considers himself as the look-alike of Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth.
• Neesham started his career by playing for Domestic New Zealand teams. He started with the Auckland team in New Zealand. He eventually moved to the Otago Volts and made a name for himself.
• Neesham is known for his consistent performances. In the 2011-2012 season, he scored more than 40 runs three times of the seven times he played. He also scored his career-best in bowling by achieving 5 for 44 against Wellington.
• Neesham participated in the 2014 Caribbean Premier League (CPL)from the franchisee Guyana Amazon Warriors.
• In June 2017, he played for the Kent County Cricket Club in the NatWest T20 Blast.
• In June 2018, he signed a contract with the Wellington Cricket Club for the 2018-19 season.
• On 3 January 2019, in an ODI against Sri Lanka, Neesham scored 34, which included 5 sixes. It was the most runs scored in an over by a New Zealand player in an One day internationals.
• He was selected in New Zealand’s squad for the 2019 cricket world cup.