Tom Latham is one of the youngest members of the Black Caps team and made his debut in 2012 aged just 19. The son of Rod Latham, who also represented New Zealand, Latham is an aggressive left-handed batsman who represented New Zealand in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in 2010 as the team’s wicketkeeper. Some commanding domestic performances led to Latham’s one-day international debut against Zimbabwe in 2012. He scored 24 runs on debut. His Test match debut followed against India in early 2014 and he scored a consecutive centuries against Pakistan in November 2014. Latham was a member of New Zealand's World Cup 2015 squad but did not play a game during the tournament, before being included in the Test team to tour England.
His father Rod also played for New Zealand.
Test Debut date : 14/02/2014
ODI Debut date : 03/02/2012
T20 Debut date : 30/06/2012
Age : 27 years 18 days
Role : Wicketkeeper
Height : N/A
Batting Style : Left Hand
Bowling Style : Right Arm Medium
Team Played For : N/A
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