Michael Bracewell is a talented New Zealand cricketer who currently plays for the Wellington Firebirds in domestic cricket, as well as his recent rise to become a staple in Blackcaps squads. Born on February 3,1991, in Dunedin, Bracewell played for Otago before making his debut for the Firebirds in 2018 and quickly established himself as a reliable middle-order batsman and a handy off-spinner.
Bracewell has had several notable performances in his career, including a match-winning innings the Central Stags in perhaps the greatest innings the Super Smash has ever seen, and a swashbuckling century in the 2022 Blackcaps tour of India to almost secure victory from the jaws of defeat.
Bracewell's success on the field can be attributed to his technical prowess and mental toughness. He is known for his ability to build partnerships and anchor the innings, and his off-spin bowling provides a valuable option for his team. Off the field, Bracewell is known for his professionalism and commitment to the sport, and his recent success has made him a popular figure among cricket fans in New Zealand and beyond.
February 14, 1991 – Masterton, New Zealand
BLACKCAPS, New Zealand U19
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