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    **Official** New Zealand Domestic Season 2013/2014

    Yep, new coaches being announced etc. -
    Cricket: South African takes over as CD coach - Sport - NZ Herald News

    Heinrich Malan | South Africa Cricket | Cricket Players and Officials | ESPN Cricinfo


    Also, you can refer back to this OP for the videos below from 2012/13, upped by someone who clearly lacked funding for good arthritis meds at the time....

    Wells gets bowlers to try Kippax theory - YouTube

    Jesse Ryder, "Look at All the ****s I Give" - YouTube

    Adam Milne, Pre-Xmas Plunket Wickets - YouTube

    Mitchell McClenaghan, Pre-Xmas Plunket Wickets - YouTube

    Ish Sodhi, Pre-Xmas Plunket Wickets - YouTube

    Tim Johnston, Pre-Xmas Plunket Wickets - YouTube

    Matt Henry, 1/27 vs. South Africa, Feb 2012 - YouTube

    Jacob Duffy vs. Borgas, HRV Cup Final - YouTube

    Dusan Hakaraia, 141* on Debut - YouTube

    Craig Cachopa, 145 vs. Central Districts - YouTube

    Hamish Rutherford, 162 vs. Northern Districts - YouTube

    Tom Latham vs. England XI - YouTube

    Daryl Mitchell, 136 vs. Wellington - YouTube

    Ben Wheeler & Adam Milne vs. Canterbury - YouTube

    Papps' 40 Boundaries - YouTube

    Jono Hickey, First Week for ND - YouTube

    Some Bennett comeback footage - YouTube

    Tim Southee vs. Brodie / Pollard / Boam - YouTube

    Latham's Bouncer - YouTube

    NZ Domestic Seamers A-Z *Updated* - YouTube

    Northern Districts 2012/13, "****ed Right Off the Bat" - YouTube

    Joe Carter, 2012 Quad Series - YouTube

    Will Young, 2012 Quad Series - YouTube

    Seifert opening in 2nd inns - YouTube

    Rakitha Weerasundara 36(42) - YouTube

    Dane Watson, 4/31 vs. Australia U19 - YouTube

    Jimmy Neesham, 124 vs. Northern Districts - YouTube

    Corey Anderson, 167 vs. Otago - YouTube
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    https://twitter.com/HeinrichMalan

    Haha, a very motivational "the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" type by the looks. Mitch would enjoy it if he returned to CD. The more hard case rural jocks probably won't be too happy with this fit though.

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    Maybe he's like the army where they come out with all the cool quotes and pictures of tanks in the ads and then when you sign your life away you get screamed at every morning at 5am because your freshly made bed has a crease in it.


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    https://www.facebook.com/heinrich.malan1

    Ha, he's even fanatically into CrossFit like Mitch. Also bets Jesus can break the record for the most fans on FB.

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    Any rumours of moves other than Carlchopa -> Auckland btw?

    I suppose I can indulge in some brainless offseason speculation as well.

    Auckland are going to be spoilt for middle order batsmen this season if they retain them all. That's probably a good thing since Hopkins or Munro at number five looks one spot too high. Of course if they go for five specialists in the top five then someone has to go out of CdG and Munro unless they think three specialist bowlers is enough. I think three specialist bowlers then two fifth bowlers is asking for it, especially if they have nicked Cachopa back to make it three fifth bowlers.

    Two openers, Cachopa, Cachopa, Kitchen, Munro, Hopkins would be my top seven. CdG and Hakaraia ready and waiting. Looking forward to seeing if Bartlett can continue to impress as well. I guess there is a chance Auckland will have the services of Bruce Martin more often than Bucko will like, Bates will be around, McClenaghan and Mills should play a fair few games and Chris Martin hasn't officially retired has he?

    Northern Districts need a clean out of the batting. They'll probably get one too since Marshall has gone and Yovich can't be far off. Joe Carter, Bharat Popli and Jono Hickey appear to be Howsie favourites and they ripped it up in A cricket so Collapsing Districts should contract them. Seifert will probably get in as well. Carter, Flynn, Wilson, Mitchell, Popli/Hickey, Anderson, Seifert looks raw but might make a name for itself. Bowling wise they should tempt Mathieson back north with more game time. Their success with producing bowlers has been a double edged sword and Southee/Boult won't turn out for them too often this season I suspect. Arnel and Aldridge aren't far off retiring either so a promising quick in the bank to complement Verma, Baker and Anderson would be a good move.

    I don't think we will defend our title this year. If Carl Cachopa has made the move then our middle order looks fragile. Sinclair needs to Sinclair it, Young needs to announce himself and the new guy (Hay? Was our best batsman in the A tournament iirc) needs to contribute as well. Kruger regaining the batting form that saw him so beloved by PEWS toy would be great too. However if we can keep Milne and Wheeler on the park, we will win more often than we lose. I liked how KNB moved himself up the order when he became captain but I think he's much better used down the order to smash stuff.

    Will make up stuff about the other teams later.

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    Yeah Steve to make a cameo on that Carlchopa rumour and other moves if he can.

    The new ND coach Pamment is very familiar with Seifert via one-on-one technical work they've done, so it's possible that will see him shielded from play for a bit longer than otherwise.

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    Just found out about this series.

    New Zealand Cricket - New Zealand Under-19 team to play in Tri-Series | Team named

    Jeremy Benton (Canterbury)
    Nick Blundell (Central Districts)
    Leo Carter (Canterbury)
    Henry Collier (Central Districts)
    Cameron Gibbons (Northern Districts)
    Shawn Hicks (Auckland)
    Alec Hodgson (Otago)
    Jack Hunter (Otago)
    Kyle Jamieson (Auckland)
    Ken McClure (Canterbury)
    Graeme Tryon (Central Districts)
    Tim Seifert (Northern Districts)
    Dane Watson (Auckland)
    Kurtley Watson (Northern Districts)
    Rakitha Weerasundara (Wellington)

    Two of those CD surnames look familliar.

    Wellington can't be impressed at only having one rep either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Just found out about this series.

    New Zealand Cricket - New Zealand Under-19 team to play in Tri-Series | Team named

    Jeremy Benton (Canterbury)
    Nick Blundell (Central Districts)
    Leo Carter (Canterbury)
    Henry Collier (Central Districts)
    Cameron Gibbons (Northern Districts)
    Shawn Hicks (Auckland)
    Alec Hodgson (Otago)
    Jack Hunter (Otago)
    Kyle Jamieson (Auckland)
    Ken McClure (Canterbury)
    Graeme Tryon (Central Districts)
    Tim Seifert (Northern Districts)
    Dane Watson (Auckland)
    Kurtley Watson (Northern Districts)
    Rakitha Weerasundara (Wellington)

    Two of those CD surnames look familliar.

    Wellington can't be impressed at only having one rep either.
    No doubt. Auckland shouldn't be satisfied by continually being matched or outdone by CD and ND either.
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    Cricket | Firebirds poised to add Arnel as player-coach... | Stuff.co.nz

    Wellington are poised to sign former Black Caps bowler Brent Arnel in a player-coach role for next summer.

    Kuggeleijn has expressed interest in basically doing a swap with Arnel and going home to ND. But Siddons is confident that the emerging allrounder will stay in Wellington.

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    Cricket | CD take risk on new head coach Malan | Stuff.co.nz

    "Heinrich was able to demonstrate very clear thinking around what the strengths of our current squad are and what needed to be done with each of them individually in each of the formats.

    "He cleary demonstrated that he'd done a lot of homework on what we needed to be doing and then presented a plan as to how we could go out and perform and be successful."

    Wicketkeeper Kruger van Wyk, who was briefly a team-mate of Malan's, South African-born batsman Carl Cachopa and How all tapped into their own networks, as CD sought to see if Malan stacked up.

    "Everyone spoke very highly of him...and the feedback was all very consistent," said Henderson.



    Henderson said previous CD coaches have been asked to do the virtually impossible, which had contributed to the relatively high attrition rate. But Malan will not be convener of selectors, nor have any talent-spotting and coaching responsibilities across CD's eight districts.

    He will concentrate solely on cricket and the Stags, leaving people like manager Lance Hamilton and director of cricket Craig Ross to deal with all the off-the-park stuff. Malan will also be supported by specialist skills coaches Shane Bond, Mark Greatbatch and Mike Shrimpton, as well as psychologist Gary Hermansson.

    From a playing perspective, Henderson said "if he was a betting man" he'd take a punt on the Stags retaining all of last summer's squad.
    Cricket: CD pick young buck | Hawke's Bay Today

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    Sounds like we've gone all out in the specialist coaching department. I'm surprised Bond has time to do some work with a domestic side.

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    Crowe interviewed by Deaker today. Just talk to us about batting Martin. So he did.
    Phenomenal stuff. Some of it too rich to take in one sitting you would have to sit down with him and query him to make sure you understood what he was saying.

    Some good tips about the advantages of playing the ball late so it won't go in the air. And playing with a straight bat to avoid lbws.

    He felt our batsman were to blame for getting bowled out for 68 at Lords.
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    Elaborates on taking a call from a despondent Taylor wanting to give the game away and the sudden growth of a 4x3cm tumour here (2:50 in) -

    VIDEO: Martin Crowe blames Ross Taylor affair for cancer - Video - Keep up with Newstalk ZB

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