Melanie Croser is wife of New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns know all about her in this article as like her Family , Net Worth, Parents, Children and Profession
|Birth / Age||41 year|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Net Worth||$ 35 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Melanie Croser works for the sports marketing group Octagon in Sydney. It’s his third marriage.Cairns and Melanie Croser has been with Chris for over 10 years now.The couple have two children together.The couple met in January 2008.Cairns declared his love for his new bride in an interview with New Zealand Woman’s Weekly last month.
Melanie Croser, who won a basketball scholarship to Pennsylvania State University in 2004, works for a sports marketing group in Sydney.Cairns retired from test cricket in 2004 and one-day cricket two years later.Before Melanie Chris with his second wife Carin for four year and they have two son Thomas and Bram.
The couple got married in 2010 have been together for over 10 years. They have two children together named Isabel Louise Cairns and Thomas Cairns.They have been pretty secretive since their relationship and maintained that even after getting married and having kids.
Chris Cairns’ wife Melanie Croser has been by his side after reportedly being on life support due to Aortic Dissection. Many from his cricket fraternity have wished him a speedy recovery and have been sending his wife best wishes in this critical time of his life.
Melanie Croser Profession
Melanie Croser is an Australian who works for the sports marketing group Octagon in Sydney. Chris is one of the most celebrated and successful cricketers from New Zealand in the history of the Blackcaps. He has played in the New Zealand Cricket team as an all-rounder. He was even crowned as one of five Widen Cricketer of the Year in 2000.
Melanie Croser Net Worth
Melanie Croser is an Australian who works for the sports marketing group Octagon in Sydneyhas an estimated Net Worth of between $ 35 million in 2021. The earnings listed mainly come from her salary and brand endorsements.
Christopher Lance Cairns ONZM is a former New Zealand cricketer and former ODI captain, who played for the New Zealand cricket team as an all-rounder. Cairns finished his Test career with a batting average of 33.53 and a bowling average of 29.40. In 2000, he was named as one of five Wisden Cricketers of the Year.
He is son of former New Zealand cricketer Lance Cairns. He starred in both the One-day and Test New Zealand teams, as well as the Canterbury New Zealand domestic championship team. After his playing career Cairns went on to become a commentator with Sky Sport New Zealand.
Cairns Professional Career
Cairns was a destructive batsman who could hit sixes straight down the ground and in his earlier days was an intelligent fast-medium bowler.Since then, persistent injuries have forced him to drop his pace and rely more on his hard-to-read slower ball.
With the bat, Cairns has been the author of some of New Zealand cricket’s most memorable innings, including his unbeaten 102 to win the final of the 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy for New Zealand against India in Kenya, and his 158 from just 172 balls in a Test against South Africa in 2004. Cairns knocked Shane Warne out of Australia’s bowling attack during a 2000 test in Wellington when he launched several sixes out of the Basin Reserve and onto the adjacent street.
Cairns was also the part of the victorious New Zealand campaign during the 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy where they beat India in the final to lift their only title in major ICC global event. He played his part in the final and helped the Kiwis side, by scoring a match winning knock of 102*.Finally New Zealand went onto win the final and registered the highest ever chase in an ICC Champions Trophy final (265).
Cairns’ career-best bowling performance in Tests was 7/27 against the West Indies in 1999, and he is New Zealand’s Sixth highest wicket taker in Tests, after Richard Hadlee, Daniel Vettori, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, and Chris Martin.
He is also one of only eight players to have reached the all-rounder’s double of 200 wickets and 3000 runs. Out of these seven players, Cairns reached the double 3rd fastest (58 Test) behind Ian Botham and Kapil Dev (50 tests). In ODIs, Cairns came close to another double of 200 wickets and 5000 runs. Cairns finished his ODI career on 4950 runs, just 50 short. Cairns Test batting average at number seven (44.02) is the 5th best average for that position of all time.
The New Zealand Herald journalist, Richard Boock said about Cairns: “It’s not a scientific measure of course, but if Cairns’ body had held together long enough for him to have played 100 Tests, his figures extrapolate out to something like 5334 runs and 351 wickets – very similar to those of Botham.” He went on to say “He was, and should be remembered as, one of the game’s best all-rounders.”