Matthew James Henry aka Matt Henry is now considered as one of the best right-arm fast bowlers of the current New Zealand Squad. Besides appearing for his country, he also represents Canterbury in first-class cricket. He recently awarded a new contract for the ongoing 2018-19 season and has also earned his place in the 2019 ICC World Cup squad of the All Blacks. Here goes his full biography, personal life details, net worth, and many more.
Matthew James Henry
Physical Statistics and More
In Feet – 6’2’’ inches. Meters – 1.88 m. Centimeter – 188 cm
In Kilograms – 82 kg In pounds – 180 lbs.
Matt Henry'sCareer Records
- T20 – New Zealand v Pakistan at Dubai, Dec 4, 2014 - ODI - New Zealand v India at Wellington, Jan 31, 2014 - Test - England v New Zealand at Lord's, May 21-25, 2015
Last Matches played
- T20 - New Zealand v Bangladesh at Napier, Jan 3, 2017 - ODI – New Zealand v Bangladesh at Christchurch, Feb 16, 2019 - Test - New Zealand v Bangladesh at Wellington, Mar 8-12, 2019
21 – New Zealand
New Zealand, Canterbury, Canterbury Under-17s, Canterbury Under-19s, Chennai Super Kings, Derbyshire, Kings XI Punjab, New Zealand A
- Henry showed serious pace and took the two early wickets of David Warner and Michael Clarke. - He batted with Jimmy Neesham to set the record, the highest 9th wicket partnership for New Zealand in ODIs, against India in 2016.
When coach Mike Hesson told him to pack his bags and join the New Zealand squad in Auckland as cover for the injured Adam Milne.
Right-arm fast medium
Date of birth
14 December 1991
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
St Joseph's School in Papanui
St Bede's College in Christchurch
Father – Jeff Henry Mother – Lyn Henry Brother – Ken Henry Sister – Nil
Listening to music
$8 Million (Approx.)
Some Interesting facts about Matt Henry
Initially omitted from New Zealand’s squad for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 but then played both the semi-final and final after Adam Milne’s Injury.
Henry left the IPL and was awarded a test debut, on May 21 as only 15 other New Zealanders had done before their maiden appearance.
He is the only New Zealander to play in a World Cup final and make his test debut at Lord's, all within 54 days.