Henry Nicholls Cricket Career, and he is a New Zealand cricketer who plays for the New Zealand national team and Canterbury in domestic first-class cricket. He was born on November 15, 1991 in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Nicholls made his first-class debut for Canterbury in 2013. He played regularly for Canterbury in the Plunket Shield and Ford Trophy competitions, and also represented New Zealand A in a number of matches. Nicholls was called up to the New Zealand national team in 2015. He made his Test debut against Australia in February 2016, and his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in December 2015. Nicholls has established himself as a regular member of the New Zealand Test team. He has played 54 Tests, scoring 2,948 runs at an average of 39.
He has also played 66 ODIs, scoring 1,746 runs at an average of 35. Nicholls is a technically sound batsman who is comfortable playing in all conditions. He is also a good fielder, and has taken 14 catches in Test cricket. In 2019, Nicholls was a member of the New Zealand team that won the ICC World Test Championship. He played a key role in the final against India, scoring 62 runs in the first innings. Nicholls is a promising young batsman who is still developing his game. He has the potential to be a major player for New Zealand in all three formats of the game.
Here are some of Henry Nicholls cricket career highlights:
- Member of the New Zealand team that won the ICC World Test Championship in 2019
- Scored 2,948 runs in 54 Tests at an average of 39
- Scored 1,746 runs in 66 ODIs at an average of 35
- Took 14 catches in Test cricket
Henry Nicholls is a talented batsman who is still developing his game. He has the potential to be a major player for New Zealand in all three formats of the game.