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    Peter McGlashan - T20 WC "Well, I didn't see that coming... whatever next?"

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    T20 Cricket World Cup: "Well, I didn't see that coming... whatever next?"
    Black Cap Peter McGlashan discusses his last few weeks preparing for the Twenty20 World Cup with the Black Caps in Oxford and the mishaps along the way. He also shares an insight to touring, the surprises he's witnessed and those still to come as the tournament unfolds- post the opening game upset of Netherlands beating England.



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    So back to that England Netherlands game... There could not be a better warning to the test playing nations that the Twenty20 format is a great leveler and the developing nations need to be respected. We certainly are not taking Scotland lightly and have done exactly the same scouting process we would any other side.

    FOR ME THE BEST PART OF THAT ARTICLE

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    Outstanding piece of publicity for Cricket Web in today's Sunday Star-Times - a nationwide Sunday paper in New Zealand:

    Batsman, wicketkeeper, writer, scientist, designer ... there's more to Peter McGlashan than meets the eye.

    As a wicketkeeper, he's pushing Brendon McCullum in the New Zealand Twenty20 cricket side.

    As a batsman, his unique style is earning him a reputation as a go-to man when you need runs in a hurry.

    As a designer, he has made his mark with his own wicketkeeping mask, which resembles the one worn by baseball catchers, and is working on batting gloves with manufacturer Aero.

    With a degree in biomechanics, he has had input into a cricket shoe made by Nike.

    As a writer? Well, let's say, blogger extraordinaire Iain O'Brien has a real rival in this New Zealand teammate.

    Without being disrespectful to O'Brien, it's fair to say McGlashan's blog on cricketweb.net is of a higher intellectual order. A recent post references Albert Einstein, Thomas Alva Edison and Leonardo da Vinci
    McGlashan brings invention to Black Caps | Stuff.co.nz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    Outstanding piece of publicity for Cricket Web in today's Sunday Star-Times - a nationwide Sunday paper in New Zealand:



    McGlashan brings invention to Black Caps | Stuff.co.nz
    Thanks for posting that, much appreciated




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