New Zealand's Henry Nicholls marries girlfriend ahead of WTC final vs India

New Zealand’s Henry Nicholls marries girlfriend ahead of WTC final vs India

More details on the wedding are awaited as it is believed that Henry kept his wedding ceremony extremely private.

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Henry Nicholls. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

New Zealand is all set to face England in the two-match Test series from June 2 followed by locking horns against India in the final of the World Test Championship from June 18 to June 22 at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. The entire team is currently under mandatory quarantine in the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, New Zealand’s swashbuckling batsman Henry Nicholls managed to spring a surprise as he made the big announcement of him entering the marital bliss. On May 23, Sunday, the left-hander took to his official Instagram handle to post a lovely snap of him and his newly wedded wife Lucy Nicholls. The 29-year-old posted the picture with the caption, “Mr & Mrs. Nicholls”.

More details on the wedding are awaited as it is believed that Henry kept his wedding ceremony extremely private.

 

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What a game of cricket that was and for it to be the World Cup final was just incredible: Henry Nicholls

There is no doubt to the fact that the final of ICC 2019 World Cup between New Zealand and England was one of the greatest, if not the greatest, One Day International played ever in the cricket history. The final saw both the game and Super Over getting tied. In the end, England was crowned as the World Champions on the basis of boundary count. 

It was a heartbreaking loss for New Zealand, and even more for Nicholls, who was the top scorer for Kiwis with 55 runs. The left-hander was reminded of the iconic day when he opened the television during his quarantine period in England. Nicholls revealed that it is heartbreaking yet funny to think about that particular match.

“I actually hadn’t really thought about that game for a while and then the first day we arrived here I turned on the cricket channel and there was a replay on. I don’t know if that was staged or if it was psychological warfare, but I’m sure we’d have been doing the same!

“It’s a funny one to think about. You always think where you could have scored an extra run or saved a run in the field. But as a group, we did everything we could do and we’re proud. It was a two-month journey, we went so close but we didn’t win. What a game of cricket that was and for it to be the World Cup final was just incredible,” Nicholls told Britain’s Press Association news agency.

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