Coulter-Nile wife, girlfriend, siblings, Early Education - Biography,Facts,Family,Career

Coulter-Nile wife, girlfriend, siblings, Early Education

Coulter-Nile wife, girlfriend, siblings, Early Education

Nathan Coulter-Nile is an international cricketer and right-arm fast bowler. He is representing the Australia cricket team since 2013. He proved himself a great asset for the Aussies. He has also been representing many of the domestic cricket teams. He is playing for Perth Scorchers for Big Bash League as well as representing the KKR for IPL season 2017. He had also represented the Delhi Daredevils and Mumbai Indians in IPL.

Early Life and Education

Coulter attended the Aquinas College, and during his college-age, he excelled cricket skills. He also found hard striker of the ball in down order. He had also represented the under -17 and under-19 teams. He debuted for the Western Australia back in 2010 and began the domestic career.

Girlfriend, Wife, Family

Coulter-Nile has two younger sisters, and he is eldest of the three children. He has a daughter, and her name is Amelie Coulter-Nile. Also, it is not accurate to say about the marriage of Coulter-Nile as he hasn’t declared his wife publicly. But as far as a Coulter-Nile girlfriend is concerned, he has dated with Ruby Osman Mulraney. The couple had a daughter, and they have been dating for a long time.
We haven’t found any sufficient detail about Coulter-Nile parents so far. The whoisbiogrpahy team is working hard to collect more information related to his family and parents and wife. Keep looking our website for further info.

Interesting facts about Coulter-Nile

Here are few of the words of Coulter-Nile I have collected from an authentic source.
He recorded an interview and told the people about his facts of getting fame in cricket.
“Back in mid-2011, I was doing work experience (similar but of lesser duration than an internship) with The Sunday Times in Perth,” said CoulterNile. Fresh out of Aquinas College, then the 23-yearold was just a year into first-class cricket, with his career options open.

“I had no one from my family who had played the game. My dad is an accountant,” the 27-year-old said.
“But it’s been amazing playing the game. It helps me put my little one (daughter) go through school and make sure she’s got a roof over her head.”

But two years ago, Coulter-Nile had just $150 in his bank when he went out for dinner with his Western Australian teammates. What happened by the time the meal was over is why he chose to be a cricketer.

“I went out to get money from the ATM when the boys started yelling and calling out because the (IPL) auction was on. I had been bought for $450,000 by the Mumbai Indians. I couldn’t believe it. It was life-changing.”

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