Nic Maddinson


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Nic Maddinson won his first Steve Waugh Medal as the NSW Blues Player of the Year in 2015-16.

The dynamic left-hander was in outstanding touch at the start of the season, scoring 380 runs at 63.33 in the Matador BBQs One Day Cup with a strike rate of 100.52. This included centuries against the Cricket Australia XI and Tasmania. 

He was the only NSW player to take part in all 10 Sheffield Shield matches in the 2015-16 season. He produced some crucial knocks for the Blues, including a superb 112 against Queensland at the SCG. 

The Nowra-born batsman also showed new determination last summer, batting for more than three hours with a broken finger to help secure a vital draw against Western Australia in Christchurch. 

An 18-year-old Maddinson became the youngest NSW player to score a century on debut when he played his first Sheffield Shield match against South Australia at the Adelaide Oval.

He is now seen as one of the leaders in the NSW squad and captained the Blues in six Shield matches in 15-16 following an injury to Moises Henriques.

Maddinson peeled off a century for Australia A against India A in Mackay in August, 2016, and thrust himself into Test calculations after scoring the only ton of the match in NSW's Shield clash with Victoria in November 2016 on a turning SCG wicket.

He made his Test debut against South Africa in Adelaide in 2016-17 in the second day-night Test at the venue.


Maddinson mauls Blues in blazing SCG century

Victoria's Nic Maddinson fell five runs short of triple figures in the first innings but he made no mistake second time round, hitting 13 boundaries in an 85-ball blitz

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Maddinson gives NSW the blues but falls short of ton

Nic Maddinson's stellar first-class form for Victoria continued at the SCG but just when he looked certain to bring up another century disaster struck

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Never-say-die Stars topple the Scorchers

Melbourne Stars extended their lead at the top of the BBL ladder, prevailing by 10 runs on the back of a disciplined bowling performance after they put just 141 on the board at the MCG

Rogers aims for more Vics in national teams

Incoming head coach wants to see his Victorian players reach higher honours for longer

Maddinson, Moises share top Sheffield Shield player award

Duo pushing for Test recalls named joint Marsh Sheffield Shield players of the season, while Ash Gardner takes out Indigenous award

Candid Maddinson cuts out the noise to keep Test dream alive

Older, wiser and in the form of his life, Nic Maddinson appears better placed than ever for a Test opportunity