|Full Name||Scott Kuggeleijn|
|Date of Birth||January 3, 1992|
|ND vs WEF||0||0||0||0||0||9.4||40||3||4.15|
|ND vs CS||1||2||0||0||50.00||7||28||0||4.00|
|ND vs OV||36 & 43||41 & 86||5 & 6||1 & 0||87.80 & 50.00||15 & 14||65 & 47||2 & 2||4.33 & 3.35|
|WEF vs ND||1||2||0||0||50.00||15 & 14||43 & 53||0 & 4||2.87 & 3.79|
|AUK vs ND||19||28||2||1||67.85||15 & 14.3||31 & 38||2 & 3||2.06 & 2.62|
Scott Christopher Kuggeleijn is a promising all-rounder from New Zealand. Born in Hamilton, he is the son of former spin bowling all-rounder Chris. Scott made his first-class debut in the 2011/12 season for Wellington. In recent times, he has switched allegiance to Northern Districts.
Kuggeleijn made his ODI debut in 2017 against Ireland at Malahide. In the Tri-Nation Series, he played two matches and picked five wickets.
After a brief hiatus, Kuggeleijn returned to New Zealand colours during the one-off T20I against Sri Lanka at Auckland. He showed his big-hitting skills with a powerful 15-ball 35 and also vindicated his bowling prowess by picking up a key wicket.
With his ability to wield the long handle and canny mix of steady seam-up as well as slower ones, Kuggeleijn is an ideal all-rounder for the limited-overs formats. He has earned his place in the New Zealand lineup on the back of consistent performances in the domestic circuit.