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Full Name  Ervin McSweeney
Batting style  Right-hand bat
Role  Wicketkeeper

Ervin McSweeney Ervin McSweeney

Ervin Bruce McSweeney (born 8 March 1957 in Wellington) is a New Zealand cricketer. He played 16 One Day Internationals in the 1980s in Richard Hadlee's team as a wicketkeeper-batsman but he never played in a Test match.


Ervin McSweeney (Cricketer) family

International career

He toured Zimbabwe with a Young New Zealand team in 1984-85, and with the New Zealand senior team he toured Australia in 1985-86 and Sri Lanka in 1986-87, and played in the Austral-Asia one-day series in Sharjah in 1985-86.

Domestic career

McSweeney played first-class cricket between 1979-80 and 1993-94 for Central Districts and Wellington. His top score was 205 not out for Wellington against Central Districts in 1987-88, when he added 341 for the fifth wicket with Gavin Larsen. He captained Wellington in 1982-83 and 1983-84, and from 1988-89 to 1990-91. He also played for Hawke's Bay in the Hawke Cup.

After cricket

He later became Chief Executive of Cricket Wellington, and announced his resignation from that position on 31 August 2007.


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