Tom Latham (cricketer) Wife, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More
Thomas William Maxwell Latham
Born to a former New Zealand cricketer, Tom Latham is also a New Zealand cricketer who has represented the black caps in all formats of the game and has also captained them in ODIs. Although he is a batsman, he has also donned gloves to take on the wicket-keeping responsibilities. He made his first class debut for Centerbury against Central Districts in 2010 in the Plunkett Shield. He was roped in the New Zealand squad for ODI series against Zimbabwe in 2012 and he made his debut there. He made his Test debut against India in 2014.
|Profession:||Cricketer (Wicket-keeper batsman)|
|Height (approx.):||170 cm|
|Weight (approx.):||70 kg|
|Eye Colour:||Light Green|
|Date of Birth:||2 April 1992|
|Age (as on 2018):||26 Years|
|Birth Place:||Christchurch, Canterbury|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign:||Aries|
|Educational Qualifications:||Not Known|
|Father:||Rod Latham (former Cricketer)
|Test:||14 February 2014 vs India in Wellington|
|ODI:||3 February 2012 vs Zimbabwe in Dunedin|
|T20:||30 June 2012 vs West Indies in Florida|
|Domestic/State Team:||Scotland, Canterbury, Canterbury Under-19s, Canterbury Second XI, Durham 2nd XI|
|Nature on field:||Aggressive|
|Likes to play against:||NA|
|Career Turning Point|
- He made his debut for Canterbury in the 2010-11 Plunket Shield Session where he scored 65 runs in his maiden innings.
- In October 2016, Tom Latham became first New Zealand and tenth overall cricketer to carry his bat when his team was executed for just 190 runs while palying against India.
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|Favourite sports Commentator:||NA|
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|Lesser Known Facts|
- He has batted at all positions from 1 to 9 since his international debut at the age of just 19.
- In October 2016, Tom Latham became first New Zealand and tenth overall cricketer to carry his bat when his team succumbed for just 190 runs against India. Carrying a batt in cricket means that the opening batsman stay not out while other wickets keep falling at the other end.