14 Facts About Luke Ronchi

1. Luke Ronchi is a New Zealand-Australian cricket coach and a former cricketer.

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2. Luke Ronchi represented both the Australia national cricket team and New Zealand national cricket team in international cricket.

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3. Luke Ronchi is the only player to have played for both Australia and New Zealand in cricketing history and was part of the New Zealand World Cup side that finished runners-up in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, after their defeat in the final to Australia.

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4. Luke Ronchi played for Wellington in New Zealand domestic matches and has played Twenty20 matches for a range of sides.

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5. Luke Ronchi was educated at Kent Street Senior High School.

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6. Luke Ronchi is an aggressive batsman and fields as a wicket-keeper.

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7. Luke Ronchi made his ODI debut for New Zealand in May 2013, becoming the first player to play for both Australia and New Zealand at international level.

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8. Luke Ronchi announced his retirement from international cricket on 21 June 2017.

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9. Opening the batting against New South Wales, Luke Ronchi scored his maiden one-day ton off only 56 deliveries, beating the previous record held by fellow West Australian Adam Voges of 62 deliveries.

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10. In November 2007 Luke Ronchi scored one of the fastest centuries in Australian Domestic history with a ton from 51 balls against Queensland.

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11. Luke Ronchi struck 11 sixes in his innings of 105* with his second fifty coming from just 11 balls.

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12. Luke Ronchi was recruited by the Mumbai Indians team in 2007, one of the eight Indian Premier League franchises.

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13. Luke Ronchi signed with Wellington in March 2012, and made his Plunket Shield debut on 18 March against Central Districts, scoring a century, 111, on debut for the team.

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14. In January 2015, Luke Ronchi hit an unbeaten 170 off 99 balls against Sri Lanka at University Oval in Dunedin.

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