New Zealand batsman Rob Nicol introduced his retirement from all types of the sport on Saturday. The 35-year outdated was greatest identified for scoring a century on ODI debut, and extra just lately, captained Auckland to the T20 championship in December 2015. He was additionally a part of the World T20 squad in 2010 and 2012 and was named probably the most invaluable participant in home cricket in 2011.
— Rob Nicol (@robjnicol) June 9, 2018
Nicol performed two Checks, 22 ODIs and 21 T20Is for New Zealand between March 2012 and November 2013. The seam-bowling allrounder made 941 runs from 44 innings and picked up 15 wickets as effectively in worldwide cricket. He was way more prolific within the home scene although, taking part in over 100 matches in every format of the sport. Nicol started his profession with Auckland in 2001-02, spending eight seasons with them. He then moved to Canterbury in 2009-10 for 5 seasons earlier than returning house and eventually winding down. He completed with 6319 runs and 43 wickets in first-class cricket, 4717 runs and 96 wickets in one-day matches and 2712 runs and 69 wickets in T20s.