“It’s really awesome to have that solid date, 28th of August, as a reminder to say that you’re pretty close,” Conway said in an interview on Tuesday. “In saying that, it doesn’t guarantee selection. So I am pretty pretty happy to hear about that, but you’ve just got to keep working hard and hopefully get an opportunity to break into that Black Caps team, which is pretty awesome at the moment – you’ve got world-class players there, and it won’t be easy to get into that team.” … [Read more...] about South Africa-Born Devon Conway Becomes Eligible to Represent New Zealand
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England Test captain Joe Root expects his country's cricket board and the player's body to discuss a possible pay cut for him and his teammates "in the coming weeks" as the ECB faces the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. With all professional cricket coming to a halt till May 28 in the UK and more delays expected, speculation is rife that the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is mulling pay cuts for its centrally-contracted players like Root and Jos Buttler. However, the 29-year-old is not stressing about it at the moment. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Joe Root Expects Pay Cuts “In The Coming Weeks” From Country’s Cricket Board
Watson led the less-fancied Rajasthan Royals to the inaugural IPL title in 2008, and was Player of the Tournament with 472 runs at a strike rate of over 150 and 17 wickets at an economy rate of just over 7. Injuries over the years forced Watson to give up bowling, but he still continues to win games - and tournaments - with the bat. Watson cracked a 57-ball 117 for the Chennai Super Kings in the 2018 IPL final. More recently, the Australian took Quetta Gladiators to the Pakistan Super League title in 2019, with a chart-topping 430 runs at a strike rate of 143.81. … [Read more...] about The greatest T20 player: Tahir or Ashwin? Afridi or Watson?