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September 15, 2018
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Moises Henriques (cricketer) Girlfriend, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More

By Yash Mittal

Moises Henriques
(Australian Cricketer)

Mosise Henriques is an Australian all-rounder.After making consistent performances in the 2004(11 wickets) and 2006 U-19 World Cup,where he finished as the leading wicket-taker (16 scalps) and 150 runs in the tournament. Following his surge in youth cricket, Henriques made his FC debut for New South Wales in 2006 where a string of consistent performances earned him a national-call-up against New Zealand for the T20 series in February 2009.

Moises Henriques
Nickname: Mozzie, Moey
Profession: Australian Cricketer (All-rounder)
Biography
Autobiography: NA
Biopic: NA
Physical Appearance
Height (approx.): 6’2″
Weight (approx.): 83 kg
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Brown
Tattoos: NA
Personal Life
Date of Birth: February, 1987
Age (as on 2018): 31 years
Birth Place: Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Aquarious
Nationality: Australian
School N/A
College St. Joseph’s College, Colombo
Educational Qualifications: NA
Signature: NA

Family
Father: Alvaro Henriques
Mother: Anabela Henriques
Sister: N/A
Brother N/A
Coach/Mentor: NA
Religion: Christianity
Address: New South Wales, Australia

Likes to play against:

Cricket Career
International Debut:
Test: February 22, 2013 vs India at Chennai
ODI: October 31, 2009, vs India at Delhi
T201: February 15, 2009, vs Nwe Zealand at the SCG
Jersey Number: #21 (Australia)
Domestic/State Team: Australia, New South Wales
Nature on the field: Calm
Likes to Play against
Favourite stroke Pull Shot

Career Turning Point

  • After making consistence performances in the 2004(11 wickets) and 2006 U-19 World Cup, whee he finishes as the leading wicket-taker (16 scalps) and 150 runs in the tournament.
  • Following his surge in youth cricket, Henriques made his FC debut for New South Wales in 2006 where a string of consistent performances earned him a national-call-up against New Zealand for the T20 series in February 2009.

Preferences
Hobbies: Playing Golf
Favourite Batsmen: Jacques Kallis
Favourite Bowlers: N/A
Favourite Football Team: N/A
Favourite sports personalities: N/A
Favourite Food: N/A
Favourite Actors: NA
Favourite Films: NA
Favourite Musicians/Singers: NA
Favourite TV Shows: NA
Smoking/Alcohol: Not Known/ Yes

Style Quotient
Cars Collection: NA

Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
Marital Status: Unmarried
Affairs/Girlfriends: Krista Thomas (Radio News Presenter)
Wife N/A
Children: N/A

Earnings
Net Worth: NA
IPL earnings: NA

Awards and recognitions

  • In 2004, Henriques recieved the first Rexona Australian Youth Cricket Scholarship, an initative backed by former Aussie captain Ricky Ponting.
  • A field in Endeavour School in Sydney has been renamed as ‘Moises Henriques Field’. A gateway was erected at the entrance in honour of Moises Henriques, an alumnus of the Endeavour School.

Lesser Known Facts

  • Henriques was born to a professional footballer in Portugal but his family moved to Australia when he was 1.
  • Henriques wanted to be a fast bowler as a kid, but after sustaining a plethora of injuries, he finally settled to be an all-rounder.
  • Henriques considers Jacques Kalls as his role model.
  • In the 2009 season of the Indian Premier League, Henriques was signed up by the Kolkata Knight Riders for US $300,000.
  • In 2013, Henriques became the second Portuguese origin cricketer to make his Test debut for Australia after former South African cricketer Dick Westcott.
  • In June 2013, Henriques was knocked out unconscious at Arundel during a Twenty20 match after colliding with teammate Rory Burns. Both players were rushed to the hospital where he subsequently had his jaw rubber-banded and would have to eat through a straw for about five weeks.
  • In August 2018, Henriques through his twitter account admitted that he’d been a long-term battle with mental health. Henriques stated he has been a ‘longtime sufferer of mental illness”, as he prepares to sleep through to raise funds for youth homelessness.

Yash Mittal

A cricket lover waiting for the next Indian cricket triumph!

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