Hitter Brooke Halliday has been controlled out of the rest of the restricted overs series against Bangladesh because of a hand injury. Opener Rebecca Consumes has been called into the crew for the excess two T20Is. Georgia Plimmer, who was initially chosen for the T20Is just, will stay with the crew as batting cover for the three ODIs that follow.
Halliday was struck on the hand during Northern Locale’s Hallyburton Johnstone Safeguard misfortune to Canterbury Entertainers last end of the week, and an output for the current week uncovered a crack that will expect four to about a month and a half of restoration.

New Zealand lead trainer Ben Sawyers said they had at first thought her thump was a “minor one”, and that the group was expecting her return for the third T20I and the ODIs. Nonetheless, the output on Friday “appeared more awful than first anticipated”.

“We’re plainly disheartened for Brooke,” Sawyer said. “She’s a major piece of this group – and the batting bunch specifically – yet we realize she’ll apply her focused disposition to her restoration, and will be accessible as quickly as time permits. There’s a ton of cricket coming up throughout the following couple of months – most prominently the T20 World Cup one year from now – and we’re certain she’ll be back in time.”

Rebecca has strength and power at the highest point of the request, and we need to check whether she can work inside our arrangements driving into the World Cup,” he said. “She’s displayed over the beyond couple of seasons that she can score runs rapidly in the powerplay, and can swing force quickly in her group’s approval.”
In the mean time, wicketkeeper Jess McFadyen, who couldn’t partake in New Zealand’s pounding of Bangladesh in the primary T20I because of ailment, is as yet being surveyed.

The second T20I happens in Dunedin on Sunday, with the last game booked for Queenstown for Wednesday.