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Brad Haddin, the wicketkeeper-batsman, has been appointed as the New South Wales captain and will stand in for Simon Katich, when he is on international duty. Katich's selection in the Australian squad for the Indian tour in October meant that Haddin got his chance.
While terming it as a "great honour", Haddin said that this was an exciting time to be made captain. "My role is to see that the guys keep improving. "I want to continue the good work that Simon and Steve Waugh have put into this team over the years."
Haddin recently played in the Videocon Cup in Holland and has been part of the NSW side since 1999. In 48 first-class matches, he averages 32.46, with two hundreds and 16 half-centuries.