Tom Latham (cricketer)

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Tom Latham
Personal information
Full name
Thomas William Maxwell Latham
Born (1992-04-02) 2 April 1992 (age 31)
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Height1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
BowlingRight-arm medium
Role Wicket-keeper-batter
Relations Rod Latham (father)
International information
National side
Test debut(cap  263)14 February 2014 v  India
Last Test17 March 2023 v  Sri Lanka
ODI debut(cap  170)3 February 2012 v  Zimbabwe
Last ODI03 May 2023 v  Pakistan
ODI shirt no.48 (previously 23)
T20I debut(cap  55)30 June 2012 v  West Indies
Last T20I17 April 2023 v  Pakistan
T20I shirt no.48 (previously 23)
Domestic team information
Men's Cricket
Representing Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand
World Cup
Runner-up 2015 Australia & New Zealand
Runner-up 2019 England & Wales
ICC World Test Championship
Winner 2021 England
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 07 May 2023

Thomas William Maxwell Latham (born 2 April 1992) is a New Zealand international cricketer who is captain of New Zealand cricket team in One Day International and vice-captain in Test matches. He is the son of former cricketer Rod Latham. He has the highest number of centuries among the New Zealand openers in Tests. Latham was a member of the New Zealand team that won the 2019–2021 ICC World Test Championship


He is primarily a batsman who also plays as a wicket-keeper. Playing for Canterbury, he made his first-class cricket debut against Central Districts in 2010 in the Plunket Shield. He was selected for the One-Day International series against Zimbabwe in 2012 [1] and made his ODI debut on 3 February 2012. [2] He made his Test match debut against India in February 2014.

Domestic cricket career

Latham made his debut for Canterbury in the 2010–11 Plunket Shield season, scoring 65 in his maiden first-class cricket innings. [3] [4] He had played youth cricket for Canterbury, captaining the under-19 side, and played for the Canterbury A team from the 2008–09 season. [5] [6] During 2010 Latham had been a member of the Durham County Cricket Club academy in England. He played matches for Durham Second XI and a Northumberland development XI as well as playing club cricket in the North East Premier League in England for Gateshead Fell. [6] [7] [8] [9]

Latham has appeared in all formats of the game for Canterbury. He spent the 2013 English summer playing in north-east England again, playing for South Shields in the North East Premier League and Scotland in the 2013 Yorkshire Bank 40 competition, the major English List A competition in 2013, as well as making two further appearances for Durham's second XI. [7] [10] [11] [12] [13] He was selected for the touring New Zealand Test squad during the summer [14] [15] and for the T20 squad, playing in both T20 internationals on the tour. [16] [17]

Kent signed Latham as an overseas player for the 2016 English season. [18] He made his County Championship debut against Glamorgan at Canterbury in May, scoring half-centuries in both innings, the first Kent batsman in history to do so on debut. [19] [20] After playing in all three formats of the game for the county, Latham left Kent in mid-July to join the New Zealand team in Zimbabwe. [21]

In 2017 Latham signed as an overseas player with Durham for the second half of the 2017 English cricket season. [22] In 2023, he signed for Surrey, making his debut against Kent at Canterbury.

International career

Latham scored 24 runs on debut, batting at number five, in an ODI against Zimbabwe in 2012. He made his Twenty20 International debut against the West Indies on 30 July, making 15 and 19 in the series. Latham also played in the tour's ODI series but failed to contribute significantly, his highest score being 32. He was recalled against Bangladesh, where he played a bright innings of 43 while opening the batting, and scored a match-winning 86 off 68 balls during the following tour of Sri Lanka.

He made his Test match debut against India in February 2014, with scores of 29 and 0. He then toured the West Indies with New Zealand in June, playing in all three Tests and two T20s. He had a highly successful Test series, scoring three half-centuries and 288 runs in total, finishing second in the series list of top run scorers, just behind teammate Kane Williamson. In doing so he helped his side to an overseas series victory. By July 2014 he had claimed the spot of opener after a run of poor form for incumbents Hamish Rutherford and Peter Fulton. His first Test century was achieved against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, on 11 November 2014; he scored 103.

Despite his position as an opening batsman in Test matches, Latham was named as a middle-order batsman and backup wicket-keeper to Luke Ronchi for the 2015 Cricket World Cup. He also shared Test wicket-keeping duties against England with BJ Watling, keeping for New Zealand in the first Test at Lord's following an injury to Watling. When he is not a keeper he generally fields close to the wicket or in the slips.

Latham was selected to tour Zimbabwe in 2015 as an opening batsman. During the second ODI of the series, he scored his maiden ODI century of 110 not out as part of an unbeaten partnership with Martin Guptill of 236 as New Zealand won the match by 10 wickets to level the series. In the third Test against Australia in the 2015-16 Trans–Tasman Trophy, the first ever day-night Test match, Latham became the first man to score a fifty in a day-night Test.

In October 2016, while playing against India at Dharamshala Latham became the tenth batsman and the first New Zealander to carry his bat in an ODI. [23]

In January 2017 Latham was named as the New Zealand wicket-keeper for the Chappell-Hadlee series. [24] In the first ODI of that series he equalled New Zealand's record of five dismissals as a wicket keeper in an ODI innings. [25] Due to poor form with the bat,[ citation needed ] however, he was dropped on 1 March for the series against South Africa.

In May 2017 Latham was recalled and named as captain for the Ireland Tri-Series against Ireland and Bangladesh in Ireland with a number of regular players playing in the 2017 Indian Premier League. [26]

In October 2017, Latham was given the wicketkeeping duties against India and moved down to no. 5 due to his ability to play against spin.[ citation needed ] He scored 103* from 102 balls in game 1 of the 3-match series. [27]

In December 2017 Latham resumed his role as acting ODI captain against West Indies with Kane Williamson and Tim Southee rested.[ citation needed ]

In May 2018, he was one of twenty players to be awarded a new contract for the 2018–19 season by New Zealand Cricket. [28] In December 2018, against Sri Lanka, he made the highest score while carrying the bat in Test cricket, with 264 not out. [29] In April 2019, he was named in New Zealand's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. [30] [31] In July 2019, in New Zealand's semi-final match against India, Latham played in his 150th international match for New Zealand. [32]

In January 2020, in the third Test against Australia, Latham captained New Zealand for the first time in Test cricket, after Kane Williamson was ruled out of the match due to flu. [33] In February 2020, in the first and second ODI against India, Latham captained New Zealand [34] to win by 4 Wickets and 22 runs after Kane Williamson was ruled out of the match due to a shoulder injury. [35]

In December 2022, during the first Test against Pakistan, Latham scored his 13th century in Test cricket, [36] the most by a New Zealand opener in Tests. [37]

List of international centuries

Latham has scored 13 centuries in Test cricket and 7 in One Day Internationals matches. His highest Test score of 264 not out came against Sri Lanka at the Basin Reserve in December 2018 and his highest ODI score of 145 not out was made against India at Eden Park in Auckland in November 2022.

List of Test centuries scored by Tom Latham [38]
1103Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan 9 November 2014 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi Lost [39]
2137Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan 17 November 2014 Dubai International Stadium, Dubai Drawn [40]
3109*Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka 10 December 2015 University of Otago Oval, Dunedin Won [41]
4105Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 28 July 2016 Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Won [42]
5136Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 6 August 2016 Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Won [43]
6177Flag of Bangladesh.svg  Bangladesh 12 January 2017 Basin Reserve, Wellington Won [44]
7264*Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka 15 December 2018 Basin Reserve, Wellington Drawn [45]
8176Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka 26 December 2018 Hagley Oval, Christchurch Won [46]
9161Flag of Bangladesh.svg  Bangladesh 28 February 2019 Seddon Park, Hamilton Won [47]
10154Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka 22 August 2019 Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo Won [48]
11105Flag of England.svg  England 29 November 2019 Seddon Park, Hamilton Drawn [49]
12252Flag of Bangladesh.svg  Bangladesh 9 January 2022 Hagley Oval, Christchurch Won [50]
13113Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan 26 December 2022 National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi Drawn [51]
List of ODI centuries scored by Tom Latham [52]
1110*Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 4 August 2015 Harare Sports Club, Harare Won [53]
2137Flag of Bangladesh.svg  Bangladesh 26 December 2016 Hagley Oval, Christchurch Won [54]
3104Cricket Ireland flag.svg  Ireland 21 May 2017 Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Malahide Won [55]
4103*Flag of India.svg  India 22 October 2017 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Won [56]
5110*Flag of Bangladesh.svg  Bangladesh 23 March 2021 Hagley Oval, Christchurch Won [57]
6140*Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2 April 2022 Seddon Park, Hamilton Won [58]
7145*Flag of India.svg  India 25 November 2022 Eden Park, Auckland Won [59]

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