Finn Allen is a young top-order batsman who plays international cricket for New Zealand and is recognised for his aggressive batting style.Finn started playing cricket when he was a schoolboy at Saint Kentigern High School. A rare image of Finn Allen (extreme right) with his high school cricket teammates.With sheer effort and skills, he rocketed through the ranks while playing age-level cricket in his school days and earned a place in New Zealands squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup at the tender age of 15. AHGe had not even made his first-class cricket debut till that time.On 17 February 2018, Finn made his debut in the List-A cricket for Auckland against Central Districts in the 201718 Ford Trophy.On 9 March 2018, Finn played his maiden first-class match for Auckland in the 201718 Plunket Shield.While playing for New Zealand U-19 cricket team, he featured in two editions of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup: 2016 & 2018.He captained New Zealands team in the 2018 edition of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He had a brilliant start to the tournament as he smashed 115 against West Indies attracting eyes from all over the world. In the second match of the tournament, he scored the second-fastest fifty off just 18 balls. With 338 runs at an average of 67 and a strike rate of 120, he emerged as the top run-scorer for New Zealand and fourth highest among all the teams. Finnley Hugh Allen celebrating his century against West Indies, the first one in the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.He garnered praises from the cricket fraternity and came into the limelight after performing exceptionally well in the 2020-21 Dream11 Super Smash tournament. While representing Wellington Firebirds in the tournament, he scored 512 runs in 11 matches at the strike rate of 18. His strike rate and total runs were the highest among all the players. Finn Allens batting statistics in the 2020-21 Dream11 Super Smash.His eye-catching performances in the 2020-21 Dream11 Super Smash tournament opened the doors for his selection in the New Zealand cricket team as he was selected in New Zealands squad for their three-match T20 series against Bangladesh.Finn had the worst possible start to his international career as he failed to bother the scorers and was dismissed for a golden duck. He showed his metal in his third match, where he scored 71 runs off 29. In the inning, he reached the 50 runs mark in just 18 balls, scoring the second fastest T20I fifty for New Zealand.