Brendon McCullum

35 years
Trinbago Knight Riders
27th September 1981

A wicketkeeper-batsman, Brendon McCullum has been used throughout the New Zealand batting order.
He also became the second man, after Chris Gayle, to score a Twenty20 international century when he brazenly scooped 155kph offerings from Shaun Tait and Dirk Nannes over the wicketkeeper's head in Christchurch in 2009-10.  He has also been explosive in tests too - striking the fastest century in the format's history in his final match. At the end of 2015, McCullum announced that the home Test series against Australia would be his last international fixtures. He became the first player to play 100 consecutive Tests from his debut.