|Date of Birth||08 March 1984|
|Place of Birth||Wellington, New Zealand|
|Career||March 2006 - Active|
Batting & Fielding Statistics
1. Became the first New Zealand batsman to score a Test double-hundred, in 2013 against Australia.
2. His entire name is Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor and he is the second cricketer of Samoan ancestry to play for New Zealand.
3. Took on coaching role with Papua New Guinea ahead of its upcoming tour of the United Arab Emirates.
4. Playing in his third ICC CT.
5. ODI debut against West Indies at Napier in 2006.
6. In his third ODI he hit 128 against Sri Lanka at Napier and followed it up with 84 at better than a run a ball in his first ODI outside New Zealand.
7. New Zealand’s leading century-maker in ODI cricket, he surpassed Nathan Astle’s previous record in February 2017 against South Africa.
8. In the longer format, his innings of 290 at Perth in 2015 is the highest Test score against Australia in Australia.