|Full name||Simon Blair Doull|
|Born||6 August 1969|
Pukekohe, New Zealand
|Bowling||Right-arm medium pace|
|Relations||Lincoln Doull (brother)|
|Test debut (cap 178)||1 November 1992 v Zimbabwe|
|Last Test||24 March 2000 v Australia|
|ODI debut (cap 78)||31 October 1992 v Zimbabwe|
|Last ODI||3 March 2000 v Australia|
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricinfo, 2 May 2017
Simon Blair Doull (born 6 August 1969) is a New Zealand radio personality, commentator and former international cricketer. He was a right-arm medium pacer, who was capable of swing bowling away from the right hander, Simon Doull was plagued by injuries as a result of which his international career was cut short. Playing for the New Zealand national cricket team, he figured in just 32 Tests and 42 ODIs, taking 98 and 36 wickets respectively. Doull's finest hour arrived when he took 7–65 against India in the Boxing day Wellington Test in 1998. He played his last Test, against Australia, in March 2000 before turning to commentary and broadcasting.
He is the younger brother of Lincoln Doull, who played for Wellington in the early 1990s.
Doull took his career best bowling figures of 7 for 65 in the Boxing Day Test in 1998 against India at the Basin Reserve in Wellington. Due to that performance, he reached a career-high ranking of 6 in the ICC Player Rankings on 26 December 1998.
Doull suffered persistent injuries throughout his career, including numerous back problems and a career-threatening knee injury during New Zealand's 1999 tour of England.
Currently, Doull works as a cricket commentator for New Zealand's Magic Talk. Until recently he was part of the Morning Rumble team on the radio station, The Rock.
He has been part of the commentary team for the Indian Premier League since the very beginning in 2008.