Pace bowling by Kyle Jamieson, whose first six test matches boosted New Zealand in the World Cup final (WTC) against India, ensured during the Indian Premier League that his franchise skipper They grow kohli he failed to face him with the ball of the dukes, which he wore for training.
The high-speed bowling team picked 36 wickets at 13.27 and scored 226 runs at 56.5, while his team won all six test matches in which it played.
Universal Dan Christian of Australia, who was at the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) with Collie and Jamieson, revealed in the podcast “The Grade Cricketer” that Jamieson told Collie that he would not be bowled with a Dukes ball because is him in the WTC final between India and New Zealand, which starts on June 18.
“During the first week we were there, the three of us sat on the nets and they both talked about test cricket. Virat says, ‘Jamo, have you bowled a lot with the Dukes’ ball, ‘and they talk about these things, and Jamo is,’ I have a couple here, I’ll have a little bowl leading before I go there, “Christian recalls in the podcast.
“And Virat says, ‘If you want to immerse yourself in my nets, I’m more than happy to stand up to you.’ And Jamo is like, “There’s no way I’m going to bow to you.” He (Collie) would take a good look at his release point and everything he does with the Dukes’ ball, “added Christian.
Jamieson admitted on Wednesday that Dukes’ ball was a different challenge from Kukabura that the Kiwis are used to playing.
“It’s a new challenge for me and it’s not something I’ve faced too many times, but it’s something we’ve dealt with,” Jamieson said Wednesday.
“It (the ball) is certainly a little different; darker and firmer, and the seam is a little narrower. Trying to get used to it in hand and our conversations were about what the ball can do. the dukes, given the fact you don’t want to look too much to try to move it. “