|Full Name||Henry Michael Nicholls|
|Date of Birth||November 15, 1991|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Role||Middle-order batsman, Left-handed Batsman, Right-arm off-break Bowler|
|Family||Willy Nicholls (Brother)|
|NZ vs PAK||23||30||2||0||76.67||0||0||0||0|
|PAK vs NZ||1||5||0||0||20.00||0||0||0||0|
|NZ vs PAK||6||5||0||0||120.00||0||0||0||0|
|NZ vs PAK||20||21||1||0||95.24||0||0||0||0|
|SL vs NZ||44||52||5||0||84.62||0||0||0||0|
Henry Michael Nicholls was born on 15 November 1991 in Christchurch, New Zealand. He is a wicket-keeper cum left-handed batsman. Nicholls has played all three formats of cricket.
Nicholls also plays for Canterbury in domestic first-class cricket.
Henry Nicholls played domestic cricket, his form and display in the 2014-15 Ford Cup where he scored 454 runs at an average of 75.66 and strike rate of 105.82 brought him to the limelight and the his ticket to international cricket.
Nicholls was named in the New Zealand team which faced Sri Lanka in December 2015, coming at middle order he scored 23 not out from 21 balls hitting 5 boundaries in that match.
New Zealand won the match by seven wickets.
In February 2016 Nicholls made his test debut against Australia, he managed just 8 runs from 13 balls in the first innings. However scored 58 from 134 in the second.
Nicholls started his T20 journey with New Zealand on 26 March 2016, making his debut against Bangladesh in the World T20 tournament.
He was only able to scrape 7 runs from 11 balls, but New Zealand won the match by 75 runs.
Rise To Glory
Henry has made a couple of cracking performances till now, the first one came on 25 January 2016 against Pakistan at Basin Reserve.
He scored 82 runs, his highest ODI total and won the match for his team, Nicholls was also awarded the man of the match for his performance.
Nicholls maiden century in test cricket came versus South Africa in 2017, scoring 118 from 161 balls in the first innings, however New Zealand lost the match.