13 Facts About Nic Maddinson


Nicolas James Maddinson was born on 21 December 1991 and is an Australian cricketer.


Nic Maddinson is a left-handed opening batter who has represented Australia in both Test matches and Twenty20 Internationals.


Nic Maddinson was later selected for the Australian for the 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, opening the batting as Australia won the tournament.


Nic Maddinson scored two centuries, including making 137 runs in the semi-final against Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club, helping Sutherland reach the Grand Final, where they eventually lost to St George Cricket Club.


Nic Maddinson made his first-class cricket debut in October 2011, scoring a century to become the youngest New South Wales player to score a century on first-class debut.


Nic Maddinson rejoined the side in 2015 but played only once before playing for Guyana Amazon Warriors in the 2016 Caribbean Premier League, finishing on the losing side in the competition's final.


Nic Maddinson was left out of the first five matches of the Sheffield Shield season but selected following Marcus Harris' selection in the Australian Test squad for the tour of India.


Nic Maddinson scored 162 runs on his Victoria Shield debut, but later broke his arm during a match, ruling him out for the finals.


Nic Maddinson made two centuries and five half-centuries and set a new highest first-class score of 224 runs.


Nic Maddinson was awarded the joint Shield player of the year award.


Nic Maddinson went on to make his full international debut for Australia in a Twenty20 International match against India at Rajkot in October 2013, scoring 34 runs from 16 balls.


In November 2016 Nic Maddinson made his Test match debut in the third Test against the touring South Africans.


Nic Maddinson played in three Tests during the summer batting at number six, making a duck on debut against South Africa and then scores of 1,4 and 22 in three innings against the touring Pakistan side before being dropped for the final Test of the summer.