New Zealand Men’s Team In For Big Transition As Trent Boult Plays His last T20 World Cup

The New Zealand men’s cricket team is unfortunately out of the competition for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 cup very early on in the tournament. The team had been dumped out of the tournament when Afghanistan got their 7 wicket victory against Papua New Guinea and got their ticket to the Super Eight.Now the team is also looking forward to a big transition as most of the players turn 30 very soon. New Zealand’s stand in the T20 World Cup 2024 was disappointing, especially since the team had not failed to make the semi-finals of every ODI and T20 World Cup since 2015.

Trent Boult to play his last T20 World Cup 2024

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New Zealand bowler Trent Boult has opened up about this year’s T20 World Cup, and has accepted that this has to be the last T20 World Cup in his career. The 34 year old has only been an inconsistent presence for the New Zealand team after being released from the central contract around 2 years ago. Boult has been giving impressive performances as far as the T20 format is concerned. With 32 wickets in 17 outings, and an economy rate of 6.07, Trent has become the second-best among the tournament’s top ten all-time wicket-takers.”Speaking on behalf of myself, this will be my last T20 World Cup,” Boult told the media after taking a tone-setting 2 for 7 against Uganda.

Boult on his partnership with Tim Southee Boult and Tim Southee have played key roles in the majority of those campaigns. After this game, in which they bowled unaltered through the powerplay, leaving Uganda 9 for 3, and concluded with combined figures of 5 for 11 in eight overs, Boult expressed concern that the two would have little opportunities to play together in the future.”I look at the partnership with Tim with very fond memories,” he said. “We bowled a lot of overs together. I know the partnership very well, and obviously he’s a very good friend on and off the ground. It was nice to wind back the clock a little bit and see a bit of swing bowling at the top. Some great memories, and hopefully a couple more still to come.”

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The New Zealand men's cricket team is unfortunately out of the competition for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 cup very early on in the tournament. The team had been dumped out of the tournament when Afghanistan got their 7 wicket victory against Papua New Guinea and got their ticket to the Super Eight.Now the team is also looking forward to a big transition as most of the players turn 30 very soon. New Zealand's stand in the T20 World Cup 2024 was disappointing, especially since the team had not failed to make the semi-finals of every ODI and T20 World Cup since 2015.

Trent Boult to play his last T20 World Cup 2024

New Zealand bowler Trent Boult has opened up about this year's T20 World Cup, and has accepted that this has to be the last T20 World Cup in his career. The 34 year old has only been an inconsistent presence for the New Zealand team after being released from the central contract around 2 years ago. Boult has been giving impressive performances as far as the T20 format is concerned. With 32 wickets in 17 outings, and an economy rate of 6.07, Trent has become the second-best among the tournament's top ten all-time wicket-takers."Speaking on behalf of myself, this will be my last T20 World Cup," Boult told the media after taking a tone-setting 2 for 7 against Uganda.

Boult on his partnership with Tim Southee Boult and Tim Southee have played key roles in the majority of those campaigns. After this game, in which they bowled unaltered through the powerplay, leaving Uganda 9 for 3, and concluded with combined figures of 5 for 11 in eight overs, Boult expressed concern that the two would have little opportunities to play together in the future."I look at the partnership with Tim with very fond memories," he said. "We bowled a lot of overs together. I know the partnership very well, and obviously he's a very good friend on and off the ground. It was nice to wind back the clock a little bit and see a bit of swing bowling at the top. Some great memories, and hopefully a couple more still to come.”

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