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newscricket4 months ago

ENG vs NZ | Felt a lot better to get the runs and some rhythm going, admits Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor, who scored a well-made 80 in the ongoing Test, has admitted that it felt a lot better to get the runs and get some sort of rhythm going, leading into the WTC Final. The experienced batsman also praised fellow domestic teammate, Will Young for making an immediate impact at No.3.
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newscricket4 months ago

ENG vs NZ | Was good gaining experience at this level; disappointed to get out on 80, admits Devon Conway

Playing his second Test, Devon Conway narrowly missed out on another hundred, admitting that it was good gaining experience at the highest level of international cricket. Conway also insisted that his partnership with Will Young was awesome and stated that he was solid and compact in the innings.
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featurecricket4 months ago

Key sub-plots to look forward to from New Zealand’s intra-squad game at the Rose Bowl

New Zealand’s preparation for the England Tests and the WTC Final will be ramped up on Thursday as all Blackcaps currently in England will lock horns with each other in a 2-day intrasquad warm-up match at the Rose Bowl. We look at the sub-plots that could make this innocuous encounter interesting.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket4 months ago

No doubt Will Young will be in the mix for selection, states Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor stated that it is heartening to see plenty of Kiwis get the opportunity to play County Cricket and believes that Durham’s Will Young will be right in the mix for a place in the starting XI. Heading into the England tour, Young currently has scored two hundreds in his last three innings.
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featurecricket4 months ago

County Watch | How English Test cricketers and major overseas signings fared in Round 6

More than any other chant in the ground, ‘rain rain go away’ was the constant chirp as Somerset’s fixture against Surrey got rained off. However, elsewhere there was action, as some of the international stars flopped while the others breathed new life into their respective campaigns.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam