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Dirk Tazelaar was born on 13 January, 1963. Discover Dirk Tazelaar’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
|Age||57 years old|
|Born||13 January 1963|
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Dirk Tazelaar Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Timeline of Dirk Tazelaar
In the early 2000s, he was a selector for Queensland.
In 1994-95 he took 47 wickets at 24.38 helping Queensland win the Sheffield Shield.
Tazelaar came back a second time from injury in 1993-94. He took 11 wickets at 26.63.
Tazelaar returned to first class cricket in 1992-93 with a remodelled bowling action. He took 22 wickets at 25.63. His back injury did flare up during the season.
In 1990-91 he took 23 wickets at 38.52. A back injury saw him retire from the game.
He took 36 first class wickets for the summer at 24.69. However he was not picked on the 1989 Ashes. Queensland narrowly missed the Sheffield Shield final.
Tazelaar did play county cricket in England in 1989. He took 10 wickets at 41.7. In one game he was stopped from bowling due to interference. He was injured during the season and did not play many games.
In 1989-90 Tazelaar took 22 wickets at 31.95. Highlights included 6-48 against Tasmania.
Highlights of 1988-89 summer included 10-80 against Victoria. He was dropped for one game in favor of John Maguire.
His best season for Queensland came in 1987–88 when he shared with Mark Waugh the award for State Player of the Year.
Tazelaar had a strong 1987-88 season and was beginning to be discussed as a test prospect. He took a career best 6-52 against WA.
Tazelaar was a talented sportsman as a child. He played rugby league for the Ipswich Jets. When John Maguire and Carl Rackemann signed to go on the South African rebel tours in 1985, it opened up spots for bowlers in the Queensland team and encouraged Tazelaar to pick cricket over league.
He made his first class debut in 1985-86. He took 3-84 in his first game, against NSW. In a game against Tasmania, he and Jeff Thomson put on 56 runs in 27 minutes. He also took several wickets, inspiring captain Kepler Wessels to say “He bowled beautifully. He got good pace, a lot of bounce and with a bit more luck would have had some more wickets.”
Dirk Tazelaar (born 13 January 1963) is a former Australian first class cricketer who played for Queensland. A tall left arm paceman, he also had a stint in England with Surrey.