Luke Ronchi


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He was born in New Zealand, but emigrated to Australia at an early age. He returned to NZ in 2012.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl




New Zealand

New Zealand


Luke Ronchi is a former Australia wicket-keeper who previously played four one-day internationals for his birth country in 2008.

Since moving to Wellington in 2012 to further his cricketing career, Ronchi has made a name for himself in New Zealand and became eligible to play for the Black Caps in January 2013.

His ODI debut came in May 2013 against England and he now has more than 45 ODI caps to his name for the Black Caps, including three fifties.

Not only talented behind the stumps, Ronchi is also an explosive batsman and plays an entertaining brand of cricket.

He has yet to make his Test debut but was named on the NZ squad to tour England in mid-2015.

Ronchi riot on the rocks after battle with Hastings

Black Caps opener Luke Ronchi unleashed a blitz to put Australia on the back foot until the Duke came to the party

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Ronchi leads Black Cap fightback

Luke Ronchi blasts a half-century on debut, Tom Latham rides his luck and James Anderson creates a slice of England history on day one

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Ronchi prepares to face former teammates

New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi speaks to ahead of the World Cup final against his former Australian teammates's best T20 XI of 2017

We look at the domestic and international performances in the short format to come up with this power-packed XI

Ronchi calls time on international career

Wicketkeeper-batsman hangs up the gloves after representing both Australia and New Zealand

Broom helps NZ sweep aside Bangladesh

Middle-order batsman slams unbeaten century as Kiwis wrap up ODI series