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Robert James Nicol

Full name Robert James Nicol
Born May 28, 1983, Auckland
Current age 28 years 294 days
Major teams New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland Under-19s,Canterbury, Mashonaland Eagles
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium, Right-arm offbreak
Robert James Nicol
Batting and fielding averages
List A93927318914637.51718390
Bowling averages
List A9326762110675/545/5431.494.7339.9210
Career statistics
Test debutNew Zealand v South Africa at Dunedin, Mar 7-11, 2012 scorecard
Last TestNew Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, Mar 15-17, 2012 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debutZimbabwe v New Zealand at Harare, Oct 20, 2011 scorecard
Last ODINew Zealand v South Africa at Auckland, Mar 3, 2012 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debutNew Zealand v Sri Lanka at Lauderhill, May 22, 2010 scorecard
Last T20INew Zealand v South Africa at Auckland, Feb 22, 2012 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut2001/02
Last First-classNew Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton, Mar 15-17, 2012 scorecard
List A debut2002/03
Last List ANew Zealand v South Africa at Auckland, Mar 3, 2012 scorecard
Twenty20 debutNorthern Districts v Auckland at Hamilton, Jan 20, 2006 scorecard
Last Twenty20New Zealand v South Africa at Auckland, Feb 22, 2012 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & BowlTeamOppositionGroundMatch DateScorecard
2, 1, 0/4New Zealandv South AfricaHamilton15 Mar 2012Test # 2036
0/0, 6, 0/9, 19New Zealandv South AfricaDunedin7 Mar 2012Test # 2035
12, 2/14New Zealandv South AfricaAuckland3 Mar 2012ODI # 3254
11, 0/4New Zealandv South AfricaNapier29 Feb 2012ODI # 3252
30, 1/43New Zealandv South AfricaWellington25 Feb 2012ODI # 3249
2/20, 33New Zealandv South AfricaAuckland22 Feb 2012T20I # 223
23, 1/10New Zealandv South AfricaHamilton19 Feb 2012T20I # 222
0/3, 13New Zealandv South AfricaWellington17 Feb 2012T20I # 221
0/5, 56New Zealandv ZimbabweHamilton14 Feb 2012T20I # 220
0/9, 12New Zealandv ZimbabweAuckland11 Feb 2012T20I # 219
A batting allrounder who bowls right-arm medium pace and offspin, Rob Nicol made an instant name in one-day internationals when he scored a century on his debut game, against Zimbabwe, to become only the seventh batsman, and the second from New Zealand, to achieve this feat.
Nicol's only previous international exposure was in Twenty20 cricket, in which he represented New Zealand in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies. The right-hand batsman played eight seasons for Auckland before shifting to Canterbury in 2009-10. Nicol was a consistent performer for Auckland, his best returns coming in 2002-03 when he scored 664 State Championship runs. He was also impressive in his first stint with Canterbury, scoring 514 first-class runs. He was Canterbury's leading run-scorer in the Twenty20 HRV Cup with 237 runs at a strike-rate of 127.41 and that won him a promotion to the national squad.

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