Michael Snedden2021-09-30T17:38:14+01:00

Michael Snedden

Date of Birth 20/09/1992
Age 29
NationalityNew Zealander
Player Status Available
Playing Role Bowler (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams New Zealand XI, Auckland, Wellington, Wellington A, Otago A, Karori Cricket Club, Albion Cricket Club
Coaching Qualifications Foundation and Advanced Foundation

Michael Snedden is a tall right-arm opening bowler and explosive lower-order batter, currently playing in Wellington, New Zealand.

Snedden comes from a rich cricketing background. His great grandfather, and grandfather both played first-class cricketer, and his father went one better, playing 118 matches for New Zealand – the majority sharing the new ball with the great Sir Richard Hadlee.

Snedden started his career in Dunedin, where he was part of the Otago Volts wider squad for numerous years before moving up to Auckland. He made his professional List A debut for the Auckland Aces during their 2018/19 Ford Trophy campaign taking 3-61. The following season, Snedden shifted his talents to Wellington where he was awarded his First-Class debut for the Wellington Firebirds during the 2019/20 Plunket Shield. Following this, he was awarded with his first professional contract, in a Firebirds squad including the likes of Jimmy Neesham, Devon Conway, Tom Blundell, Hamish Bennett, and Finn Allen.

Snedden has been part of three championship winning campaigns in his two years with the Firebirds, playing his role in winning the prestigious Plunket Shield in his debut season, as well as back to back Super Smash (T20) championships - in which he made his T20 debut last season.

At Premier club level, Snedden has played for Karori since his shift to the nationals capital. He has been a resounding success, with 18 wickets at 22.28 (2019/20), and 26 wickets at 15.96) over the past two campaigns.

Snedden is a great team man, who is seeking his maiden UK stint in 2022. He will add significant value to any club he joins, not only courtesy of his on-field exploits, but with the coaching qualities he brings off the field.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 20/09/1992
Age 29
NationalityNew Zealander
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleBowler (Seam)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams New Zealand XI, Auckland, Wellington, Wellington A, Otago A, Karori Cricket Club, Albion Cricket Club
Coaching Qualifications Foundation and Advanced Foundation

Michael Snedden is a tall right-arm opening bowler and explosive lower-order batter, currently playing in Wellington, New Zealand.

Snedden comes from a rich cricketing background. His great grandfather, and grandfather both played first-class cricketer, and his father went one better, playing 118 matches for New Zealand – the majority sharing the new ball with the great Sir Richard Hadlee.

Snedden started his career in Dunedin, where he was part of the Otago Volts wider squad for numerous years before moving up to Auckland. He made his professional List A debut for the Auckland Aces during their 2018/19 Ford Trophy campaign taking 3-61. The following season, Snedden shifted his talents to Wellington where he was awarded his First-Class debut for the Wellington Firebirds during the 2019/20 Plunket Shield. Following this, he was awarded with his first professional contract, in a Firebirds squad including the likes of Jimmy Neesham, Devon Conway, Tom Blundell, Hamish Bennett, and Finn Allen.

Snedden has been part of three championship winning campaigns in his two years with the Firebirds, playing his role in winning the prestigious Plunket Shield in his debut season, as well as back to back Super Smash (T20) championships - in which he made his T20 debut last season.

At Premier club level, Snedden has played for Karori since his shift to the nationals capital. He has been a resounding success, with 18 wickets at 22.28 (2019/20), and 26 wickets at 15.96) over the past two campaigns.

Snedden is a great team man, who is seeking his maiden UK stint in 2022. He will add significant value to any club he joins, not only courtesy of his on-field exploits, but with the coaching qualities he brings off the field.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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