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.
Australian Cricketer (All-rounder)
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Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
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St. Joseph’s College, Colombo
New South Wales, Australia
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February 22, 2013 vs India at Chennai
October 31, 2009, vs India at Delhi
February 15, 2009, vs Nwe Zealand at the SCG
Australia, New South Wales
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Likes to Play against
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.
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Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
Krista Thomas (Radio News Presenter)
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.