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Jeetan Patel
#61
I hope that Scott Borthwick doesn't bowl out the Bears when they mee this year:
http://www.ecb.co.uk/news/articles/borth...-mentoring
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#62
Jeetan talks about a contract extension:
http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/spo...-extension
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#63
Well this is good (if surprising) news for Jeetan but not necessarily for the Bears:
http://www.brecorder.com/sports/cricket/319744.html
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#64
He's not going to be turning kolpak then.
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#65
He could be needed for the Champions Trophy next summer - first match v Australia on 2 June - at Edgbaston.
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#66
(26-09-2016, 09:39 AM)Terry Wrote: Well this is good (if surprising) news for Jeetan but not necessarily for the Bears:
http://www.brecorder.com/sports/cricket/319744.html

I suppose it depends if he's a "horses for courses" pick, rather like Gareth Batty, or if NZ see him as part of the future. Mark Craig is injured so I suppose they would rather bring in someone with vast experience rather than a novice.
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#67
Great news for him, but I cannot see too much changing in terms of his arrangements with us unless they offer him full salary terms as that was the whole reason behind him turning down their selection previously from what I am aware.

As a short term replacement for Mark Craig it works well for all parties. For his own sake, I would love to see jeets rip it up over there and show the world his class that we see week in week out.
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#68
I thought he'd said he's not interested in returning to the international scene? Still, there must be a part of him that wants to go back and give a better account of himself. Well clearly there is and I hope does just that. I don't necessarily see it as being bad news for us though. He's obviously not their first choice spinner and this recall is a short term solution. For now anyway...
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(26-09-2016, 06:04 PM)coolerking Wrote: I thought he'd said he's not interested in returning to the international scene?  Still, there must be a part of him that wants to go back and give a better account of himself.  Well clearly there is and I hope does just that.  I don't necessarily see it as being bad news for us though.  He's obviously not their first choice spinner and this recall is a short term solution.  For now anyway...

Until he drops a Woakes style 10 for in his first game  Biggrin
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#70
2 wickets on the first day for Jeets.
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#71
Fortunately for him (but maybe not for the Bears), Jeetan is still in the minds of the New Zealand selectors:
http://www.aninews.in/newsdetail-Ng/Mjkz...h-odi.html
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#72
Jeetan's domestic team in New Zealand Wellington got through to the semi final of the T20 today. Also he was the highest wicket taker in first class cricket last year with 108, the next nearest was 92, so well done to him on that achievement.
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#73
Another winners medal to add to his collection today Wellington won by 14 runs Jeetan scored 28 of 11 balls and took 1-35
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#74
Yes, well done to Jeetan.
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#75
Wellington through to the final of the 50 over competition so another winners medal could be on the way for Jeetan
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#76
As well as playing in New Zealand's last ODI (and opening the bowling!), Jeetan is back in the Test squad - great for him and I reckon the Champions Trophy beckons.
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#77
Agree Terry i would be amazed if they didn't pick him for the champions trophy bearing in mind he plays over hear so knows the grounds. At the members net morning on wednesday the question was asked to Ashley about Jeetan playing in the champions trophy, and he said he wasn't expecting him to be picked, but wouldn't rule it out. Going back 2 posts ago i said Wellington was in the 50 over final, and unfortunately for Jeetan Wellington lost
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#78
It looks to me as if Jeetan is becoming very much a part of the New Zealand team again - in the Test against South Africa, he came on as first change, bowled 33 overs and then came in as nightwatchman.
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#79
Interview here with Jeetan:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/new-zealand-...86427.html
It seems he is enjoying being part of the New Zealand team again.
I know that he said once that English spinners don't bowl or practise enough; but after 69 overs so far in this Test, maybe even he would like a rest.   Let's hope that he has enough fuel in the tank to get him through the English season.
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#80
Jeetan is in the New Zealand Champions Trophy squad (as is Colin de Grandhomme):
http://www.glamorgancricket.com/cricket/...squad.html
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