Previous New Zealand hitter Senior member Brownlie has joined the White Plants’ arrangement as their new batting mentor close by Craig Howard, who joins the group as the twist bowling trainer. Brownlie finished his playing vocation with the Blackcaps towards the finish of the 2019-20 season, and following a spell with Northern Locale Cricket as the Organization Mentor, he will presently join the New Zealand Ladies’ group.
At the point when the Blackcaps played the Netherlands at home the previous summer, Brownlie was a piece of the unit as the batting mentor for the Kane Williamson-drove side. Concerning his new spell, he was a piece of the Blackcaps’ training unit at the T20 World Cup 2022, where New Zealand finished as the semi-finalists. In his eleven-year homegrown vocation, Brownlie, a previous all-design player, played for Canterbury and Northern Regions while likewise addressing New Zealand in 14 Tests, 16 ODIs, and five T20Is.
I’ve been lucky to encounter cricket from one side of the planet to the other in various circumstances, and I need to have the option to share my insight into the game to assist with taking this batting gathering to a higher level,” said Brownlie
We’ve seen as of late how much the nation bounces on the rear of good exhibitions at World Cups, so we need to perform well in South Africa, and that beginnings by arranging and performing great in the forthcoming series against Bangladesh,” Brownlie added.
It’s an interesting time for the side with a T20 World Cup not too far off. We’ve seen as of late how much the nation hops on the rear of good exhibitions at World Cups, so we need to perform well in South Africa, and that beginnings by arranging and performing great in the impending series against Bangladesh,” said Howard, who will be a piece of the side on a visit by-visit reason for the home series against Bangladesh and the T20 World Cup 2023.