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NewZealand Cricket Contracts: Crisis brewing? After Boult, Grandhomme, now Jimmy Neesham refuse CENTRAL CONTRACT: Check OUT


NewZealand Cricket Contracts – Jimmy Neesham Refuse NZC Contract: NewZealand Cricket (NZC) is in kind of crisis. After Trent Boult and Colin…

NewZealand Cricket Contracts – Jimmy Neesham Refuse NZC Contract: NewZealand Cricket (NZC) is in kind of crisis. After Trent Boult and Colin de Grandhomme, Black Caps allrounder Jimmy Neesham also has declined a contract offer from NZC. Neesham was offered one of the available contracts following the release from their deals of Boult and Grandhomme. But Neesham turned down the offer. It is worth noting that the Kiwis are yet to announce their T20 World Cup Squad: Follow ICC T20 World CUP LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN

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NewZealand Cricket Contracts: Crisis brewing? After Boult, Grandhomme, now Jimmy Neesham refuse CENTRAL CONTRACT, will play T20 Leagues: CHECK OUT

Jimmy Neesham Refuse NZC Contract – Check Why? The NZC Board accepted that Neesham has turned down the contract via a release. According to the release, ‘Neesham has contracted arrangement with overseas domestic leagues and can’t accept the NZC Contract’.

“As with other non-contracted players, Neesham will still be considered for BLACKCAPS selection when available”.

It is worth noting, that NewZealand is the only nation who have directly qualified for the T20 World Cup and is yet to announce their squad. The ICC Deadline of September 15th has passed. NZC now says the squad will be announced on 20th SEPTEMBER.

NewZealand Cricket Contracts: Finn Allen and Blair Tickner have been given their first New Zealand Cricket central contracts.

Blair Tickner and Finn Allen have accepted their first New Zealand Cricket central contracts. They have now been brought in filling the vacancies created by the departures of Trent Boult and Colin de Grandhomme.

Allen is set to be named on Tuesday in the New Zealand squad to contest the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia in October and November, while Tickner is also a chance to be included depending on injuries among the quick bowlers.

A big-hitting opening bat, 23-year-old Allen has played 13 T20s for NZ and featured for the Black Caps in the final game of their 3-0 ODI series defeat to Australia in Cairns on Sunday.

Tickner, 28, has played six ODIs and 11 T20s and was part of the NZ white-ball winter tours of Ireland, Scotland and the Netherlands along with Allen.

Black Caps head coach Gary Stead said the duo had been close to the top 20 contracted players announced in May.

“He’s [Tickner] a bowler who just keeps improving and we’ve been particularly impressed with his red-ball development, which saw him in the recent squads for the England and South Africa tests.

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“He knows the environment, understands his role, and bowls with good pace and aggression.”

“Finn clearly has huge talent and potential.

“He’s shown he’s up to the international level in his limited opportunities to date.”

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