Colin Munro (born 11 March 1987 in Durban, South Africa) is a cricketer. He was a member of the New Zealand Under 19 side and is currently a member of the Auckland cricket team side.
In 2012-13 he and Craig Cachopa added 377 runs for the sixth wicket partnership against the Wellington Firebirds in the Plunket Shield and falling two runs shy of the sixth wicket partnership record. He scored the second highest score for the Auckland Aces of 269 unbeaten with 27 fours and 14 sixes behind Bill Carson's record score of 290 set back in 1936/37.
He was selected for the New Zealand Test Cricket team to play South Africa in the 2nd Test of the NZ team's tour after an injury to James Franklin. This makes him New Zealand Test Cricketer number #258
Munro attended Maidstone Primary School in Tongaat and after moving to New Zealand, attended Pakuranga College and played in the school's 1st XI cricket team. Munro represented New Zealand in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup held in Sri Lanka in 2006.
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