Steve O'Keefe Biography
Steve O'Keefe is an Australian national cricket player and currently the captain of the New South Wales Sheffield Shield team. He was born on December 9, 1984, in Malaysia as Stephen Norman John O'Keefe. The All-Rounder cricket player, Steve O'Keefe is a spinner bowler and also a handy batsman for sixers. Besides he also recently started playing for Australia in the in the international Matches.
Steve made his First-Class debut in November 2005 playing for New South Wales against Tasmania. Following his Above average performance in that match, he was hired to replace injured Nathan Hauritz in a international Test match against Pakistan. The right-handed batsman made his Twenty20 debut against Pakistan in 2010. Besides he has also played for the Kochi Tuskers Kerala in the Indian Premier league.
Although born in Malaysia, Steve O'Keefe is an Australian by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Steve as a cricketer has not revealed anything about his private life. Neither any information regarding him having a girlfriend, or being in any kind of affair or being married is available. However, if not married at the age of 32, he will probably tie a knot sooner or later. Steve as a cricketer is good with income, though he has not disclosed anything regarding his net worth.
Born in Malaysia
Steve O'Keefe is a well-know Australian national cricket player and currently the captain of the New South Wales Sheffield Shield team. He was born on December 9, 1984, in Malaysia as Stephen Norman John O'Keefe.Edit
Debut in National Cricket
Steve made his First-Class debut in November 2005 playing for New South Wales against Tasmania, where he hit six on the first ball and scored a total of 10 runs with 2 wickets in his hand. His performance was considered above average.Edit
Debuted in International Test Cricket
In 2014, Steve made his test debut in the international test cricket. He was hired to replace the injured player Nathan Hauritz to play against Pakistan. His performance in the match helped him gain appreciation and recognization. Later he played in several other match.Edit
Following an incident that happened at the Sydney Hotel on August 6, 2016, Steve O'Keefe was issued with a criminal infringement notice by the New South Wales police for which he was charged as a fine a total amount of $10000 dollars.Edit