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Birth Name: Nicky Boje
Date of birth:
Birth Country: South Africa
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch
Birth Sign: Acer
Age:   44 Years
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Nicky Boje is a South African cricketer who played in 43 Tests and 115 One Day Internationals for South Africa and attended Grey College in Bloemfontein. He is currently coaching the Knights cricket team in the Free State, South Africa. His brother, Eduard Boje, also played first-class cricket. He was born in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State Province, South Africa on 1973. He was a left-handed batsman. His nickname is Godfrey.

Boje's international career began in 1995 against Zimbabwe, and although he was in and out of the team due to injuries he established himself as South Africa's first choice spin bowler. Due to a number of all-rounders in the South African team, Boje usually batted at eight or nine in the batting order, despite a first class batting average of 32 and both Test and ODI averages around 26, which was the highest for a regular number nine in Test cricket in the 2000s. However, despite the reasonably high average he never hit a Test century, although did make two ODI centuries against New Zealand in 2000–01.

Nicky Boje reached the age of 43 in 2016. He is a South African nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. His relationship status is married and his wife's name is Anel, who was his girlfriend prior to their marriage. This beautiful couple dated for four years. The recent day's net worth of Nicky Boje is estimated to be around US $ 1 million. 

 

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Nicky Boje was born 1973.

1973 20th of March

Nicky Bode was born in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State Province, South Africa on 1973. He was a left-handed batsman. His nickname is Godfrey. His brother, Eduard Boje, also played first-class cricket. He is currently coaching the Knights cricket team in the Free State, South Africa.

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Nicky Boje's career began in 1995

1995

Boje's international career began in 1995 against Zimbabwe, and although he was in and out of the team due to injuries he established himself as South Africa's first choice spin bowler. Due to a number of all-rounders in the South African team, Boje usually batted at eight or nine in the batting order, despite a first class batting average of 32 and both Test and ODI averages around 26, which was the highest for a regular number nine in Test cricket in the 2000s.

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Nicky Boje's 1st time against New Zealand in 2000–01.

1995

Nicky Boje's however, despite the reasonably high average he never hit a Test century, although did make two ODI centuries against New Zealand in 2000–01. He had also signed a new one-year contract on 3 September 2009 which will see him lead the club through the 2010 season.

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