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Nic Maddinson

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

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Became NSW's youngest player to reach triple figures when he debuted for the Blues at the age 18 years and 294 days in October 2010.

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

AGE
24
HEIGHT
185CM
BORN

Nowra

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Sutherland

Bio

A part of Australia’s successful campaign at the 2010 Under-19 World Cup, Nic Maddinson made history later that year when, aged just 18, he became the youngest ever player to score a century on first-class debut for NSW. 

The left-hander scored 113 against South Australia at Adelaide Oval before posting 137 against Queensland just two months later. 

Identified as a potential star, Maddinson earned several Australia A call-ups before he made his international debut for Australia in a T20 against India in 2013. 

He was also a crucial part of Sydney Sixers’ successful Big Bash League campaign in 2011-12 and in 2014 earned a contract with Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League.


Maddinson makes run-a-ball 69 in Lincoln

NSW Blues skipper Nic Maddinson posts a quick-fire half-century against Western Australia in the historic Sheffield Shield match in New Zealand


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Highlights of Nic Maddinson's rapid 70

Sydney Sixers No.3 Nic Maddinson needed to fire for the Sydney Sixers in the Sydney Smash to give his side a hope of playing finals - and he did - but it wasn't enough


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Maddinson's bat breaks in Sydney Smash

Nic Maddinson gave hit bat a heavy workout in the Sydney Smash, the power hitter notching a fifty - and also breaking his willow instrument in the process of doing so


Absent stars hurt Sixers in the end

Missing a host of international players eventually took its toll on the Sydney Sixers


BBL|05 Preview: Sydney Sixers

Last summer's runners-up will be hoping to go one better with some familiar faces


Maddinson named as new Blues skipper

In-form batsman takes the helm after Moises Henriques was ruled out with injury