Thomas William Maxwell Latham
|Date of Birth
April 2, 1992
Left-handed Wicket keeper-batsman
New Zealand, Canterbury, Scotland, Kent, Durham
Tom Latham is a New Zealand cricketer, who represents the national New Zealand team in the international field since 2012. He firstly appeared in the shorter formats of the game and then made his test debut lately after a few years.
Tom Latham is son of former New Zealand cricketer Rod Latham and plays for the Canterbury squad at domestic level. He is a top-order batsman who keeps the wicket as well and serves the team as a vice-captain in test & ODI formats.
In first-class cricket, he made his first impact in Plunkett Shield while playing for Canterbury team in 2010. Then, he had played a glorious range of innings in domestic circuit, while played for Scotland, Kent, and Durham along with the Canterbury squad.
In 2012, he got his first international break with an ODI match against Zimbabwe. Unfortunately, Tom Latham couldn’t make his impact with his first appearance.
However, he continues the array of success since the second appearance in ODI progressively along with all the other formats of the game. Currently, he holds a few envious records in his portmanteau and enlisted for the 2019 World Cup squad as well.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut Test Match: at Basin Reserve Stadium Vs India on 14th of February in 2014
Last Test Match: at Basin Reserve Stadium Vs Bangladesh on 8th of March in 2019
Debut ODI Match: at University Oval Stadium Vs Zimbabwe on 3rd of February in 2012
Last ODI: at University Oval Stadium Vs Bangladesh on 20th of February in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Vs West Indies on 30th of June in 2012
Last T20I Match: at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium Vs India on 1st of November in 2017
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