New Zealand Team 15 Men Squad announced for Champions Trophy : Milne, McClenaghan join in players list

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Milne, McClenaghan added in kiwis squad for champions trophy
Milne, McClenaghan added in kiwis squad for champions trophy

New Zealand who is one of the Formidable ODI Cricket team who are participate in upcoming Eighth Edition of the ICC Champions Trophy and in the pool stage team to face First on 2nd June against Australia, On 6th June Against England and Against Bangladesh on 9th June.

Black Caps recently announced a 15 Men Squad for the Champions Trophy ODI Tournament. Team included Fast bowlers Adam Milne and Mitchell McClenaghan who have been recalled to kiwis side.

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Mitchell McClenaghan who has played last odi game in January and also played a T20 cricket tournament in India.

Adam Milne’s most-recent appearance was in the same match as McClenaghan, a semifinal against England in Delhi, and both have since struggled with a variety of injuries.

“It’s been good to see all three back on the park and bowling,” Hesson said. “Together they add a lot of experience to our squad.

“Mitch and Adam have been running in well and Corey has shown he’ll be capable of providing an option with the ball.”

New Zealand Cricket team before the Champions trophy played in the warm up match against India and sri lanka on 28th and 30th May respectively.

Veteran off-spinner Jeetan Patel has retained his place in the squad and Hesson has confirmed Tom Latham will provide wicketkeeping support for Luke Ronchi.

“It’s an exciting squad, an experienced squad and one that has the batting power and the bowling variations to prevail in a potentially high-scoring tournament,” Hesson said.

“Having four allrounders certainly helps with the balance and the return of Mitch and Adam will offer options with the new ball, though the middle of the innings and in the death overs.”

New Zealand squad: Kane Williamson (captain), Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, Luke Ronchi, Ross Taylor, Neil Broom, Jimmy Neesham, Corey Anderson, Mitch Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Jeetan Patel, Tim Southee, Adam Milne, Mitchell McClenaghan, Trent Boult.

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