Henry Nicholls (Full name: Henry Michael Nicholls) was born on 15th November 1991 and is currently playing in the international men’s New Zealand cricket team at the 5th batting position. He is basically a left-handed batsman with right arm bowling in the off break style. At the domestic level, he played for team Canterbury in the first class cricket category. He has also been the captain of the reserve A side since the year 2017.
Batting and Fielding Averages of Henry Nicholls
At the domestic level Henry Nicholls played for teams like Derbyshire and Sydney Thunder and from 2013 till today, he is playing for Canterbury.
Talking about his international cricketing career, Henry Nicholls made his One Day International debut against Australia in the year 2016. He made a match-winning score against Pakistan in 2016 of 82 runs. On the same year, he made his international test cricket debut against Australia. He was also added to the ICC World Twenty20 tournament in the New Zealand squad for the same year, wherein he was kept as a backup wicketkeeper to Luke Ronchi. His international Twenty20 debut was done on March 2016 against the Bangladesh cricket team.
Henry Nicholls scored his first ODI century against Sri Lanka wherein he scored 124 runs and remained not out in the match. He has mainly focused on his batting abilities and did not go bowling for the company as such. Till date, he has played around 23 international test matches and around 33 ODIs wherein he scored a total of 1350 and 814 runs respectively. His career in Twenty20 cricket is also taking a good turn. For test cricket match his highest score remains 162 not out till now, wherein for the One Day International matches, the highest score is 124 not out. He is playing really well and is considered to be one of the most significant members of the New Zealand team currently.