- South Africa National Cricket Team 2000 - present
- Hampshire County Cricket Club 2010 - present
- Durham University Centre of Cricketing Excellence 2008 - present
- Somerset County Cricket Club 2007 - present
- Northerns Cricket team 1999 - 2003
- Gauteng cricket team 1997 - 1998
- Gauteng cricket team 1994 - 1996
Neil McKenzie is a right handed batsman and a right arm medium bowler with the South Africa cricket team. He has also played for the Durham, Transvaal, Gauteng, Northerns and the Lions cricket teams.
Neil McKenzie started playing first class cricket in 1994. He made his debut in International cricket in a One day International match against Zimbabwe at Durban in 2000. He hit a boundary and scored just 7 runs in 4 balls before he was caught out by Carlisle off a ball by Heath Streak. Zimbabwe won the match by 2 wickets.
The same year in July, he played his first test match against Sri Lanka at Galle. McKenzie opened the first innings with Gary Kirsten and scored 11 runs off 57 balls before being bowled out by Muralitharan. In the second innings, McKenzie scored 25 runs off 68 balls which also included 4 boundaries and was caught out by Ranatunga off a ball by Chandana. Sri Lanka went on to win the match by an innings and 15 runs. In 2008, after a long absence from the team, McKenzie returned to play against Bangladesh and recorded a 415 runs first wicket partnership with his skipper Graeme Smith by scoring 226 runs.
In a total of 59 One day International matches, McKenzie has scored 1580 runs with a high score of 131 runs not out and a strike rate of 69.69 which also includes 2 centuries and 9 half centuries. He also has a total of 2988 runs and a high score of 226 runs with a strike rate of 43.24 in the 51 test matches that he has played.
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