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Team flagNZ27 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

24 (28) *vs DBS, First class
15 (15) vs DBS, First class
8 (56) *vs GLM, First class
0 (0) *vs GLM, First class
41 (57) vs WORCS, First class
28 (16) *vs WORCS, First class
3 (5) vs PAK, ODI
7 (8) vs PAK, ODI
1 (1) *vs PAK, T20I
1 (1) *vs SL, T20I
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Matches8
Innings6
Runs18
100s0
50s0
HS7
SR46.15
Avg3.60
Fours0
Sixes0
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Pakistan v New Zealand National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi, 9-1-2023

Teams played for

Canterbury New Zealand XI New Zealand A

About Henry Shipley

NameHenry Shipley
GenderMale
Birth10 May 1996
Birth PlaceDarfield, Canterbury
Height6 ft 0 in
NationalityNew Zealander

Another pacer from Canterbury, Henry Burton Shipley, is a tall right-arm bowler who could be handy down the order with the bat. His skill set is much like a genuine Kiwi who could come in and get the ball move off the surface, adding some bounce too.... continue reading

Player Bio

Another pacer from Canterbury, Henry Burton Shipley, is a tall right-arm bowler who could be handy down the order with the bat. His skill set is much like a genuine Kiwi who could come in and get the ball move off the surface, adding some bounce too.

He recorded notable performances for the Canterbury A side, which helped him fast-track into the primary team. 

Shipley first played List A cricket during the 2015-16 Ford Trophy match against Central Districts. In comparison, he made his First-Class debut in October 2016 versus the Northern Districts at Christchurch in the Plunket Shield.

He received his first-ever contract for his home side Canterbury ahead of the 2018-19 season. T20 debut for him happened against Otago in December 2018, after which expectations from him grew more prominent.

Receiving a cricket scholarship from Lincoln University, he did a bachelor's in Property Management and Valuation.

Henry's father was also a cricketer who could not make it big on the domestic circuit, whereas he has already been impressive in his short career.

The Darfield-born received his maiden ODI call-up for the tour of Pakistan, where he made his international debut.

(As of January 2023)