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Christopher Mary Kuggeleijn
10 May 1956 (1956-05-10) (age 58)
Auckland, New Zealand
Chris Kuggeleijn Wikipedia
Christopher Mary Kuggeleijn (born 10 May 1956 in Auckland) played two Tests in 1988-89 and 16 One Day Internationals for New Zealand in 1988 and 1989. Kuggeleijn also played for Hamilton in the Hawke Cup.
Kuggeleijn was of Dutch extraction, which accounts for his unusual middle name of Mary. Kuggeleijn's son Scott plays for the Wellington Firebirds in the Plunket Shield.
His biggest contribution came in just the third over of his Test debut at Bangalore, when he took the catch (India's Arun Lal) that gave Richard Hadlee the record number of Test wickets (374) at the time.
He later coached the Northern Districts cricket team and the Hamilton Boys' High School 1st XI which, under his tutelage was national champion twice.