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Nick Larkin

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
30
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Taree

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Sydney University

Bio

A product of NSW's North Coastal Zone, Taree-born Nick Larkin moved to Sydney after finishing High School. 

The opening batsman joined the Sydney University Cricket Club and after several successful years in First Grade, he was selected to make his first-class debut at the start of the 2014-15 season against Victoria at the MCG. 

In just his second match, a day-night fixture at the Adelaide Oval, Larkin made 130 to help set up a win for the NSW Blues. 

Larkin's first-class appearances since his debut have been limited, however, he has kept his name in the selectors' minds by dominating at the Second XI level, and in 2015-16 he was named the Toyota Futures League Player of the Year. 

Larkin is also eligible to represent Ireland and he has two list-A appearances to his name for the country of his ancestors against Sri Lanka A. 

While considered primarily a long form player, he is starting to expand his game. This is paying dividends and last summer he played a match for the Sydney Sixers. 

Larkin stands up in BBL final with career-best score

Nick Larkin delivered when it mattered most for the Stars at the MCG, matching Marcus Stoinis in scoring a quickfire 83 against the Thunder


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Larkin lets loose with crucial 65

Nick Larkin played a pivotal hand in the Stars' run chase from No.3, making a well-paced 65 from 45 balls against Sydney Thunder


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Larkin helps himself to unbeaten century

Nick Larkin smashed four fours and two massive sixes on his way to a stylish 109 not out for New South Wales against South Australia


Having a Lark: Nick finds his niche with Stars

Unwanted by the Sydney Sixers, their former academy captain now threatens to be a major threat for the Melbourne Stars in the BBL|09 Final


Sutherland hits Premier Cricket ton

A big knock from a promising allrounder in Victoria as Nick Larkin smashes 138 in NSW


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Hughes blow leads to first concussion sub

Daniel Hughes ruled out of Matador Cup Elimination Final after helmet blow as NSW become first team to use new concussion substitute rule


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