New Zealand batsman Devon Conway’s Wellington coach Glenn Poknal said his unit had “an incredible ability to eliminate all distractions that could affect his skills” when in the fold, and that he initially saw a look at India. which is multifaceted Ravindra Jadea in cricket.
Born in Johannesburg but playing cricket for New Zealand, Conway broke a double century in the first innings against England in the drawn initial test at Lord’s to engrave his name in history books, becoming only the sixth cricketer to win a double ton of Test debut.
Conway, who has no days until his 30th birthday, scored 200 of 347 deliveries to become the first double centurion to do so against England in the June 6 test.
Conway moved to New Zealand in 2017 and signed a contract with Wellington for the 2018/19 season, entering the market with the highest level in Plunkett Shield that same year.
“He (Conway) has an incredible ability to simply beat and eliminate all possible distractions that may be present and could affect his skills,” Conway’s Wellington coach Glenn Poknal told timesofindia.com.
“He started with Wellington as a goalkeeper in battles, because we saw an opportunity for him. I saw (Ravindra) Jadea in Conway. At first I said Jadea, but I’m not sure anymore.
“He has shown that he can shift gears depending on the situation and the conditions. This is a great skill to possess and shows that his mental application and his ability to adapt are brilliant. Now he is starting to have his own style and uniqueness. as a player, “Pocknall felt