Harris accepts World Cup snub

Chris Harris has said he is disappointed to miss the World Cup but understands why team-mate Craig McMillan was picked ahead of him.

Harris had a good season for Canterbury in the State Shield domestic one-day competition scoring 362 runs from nine matches at an average of 60.33 with three fifties.

Harris also showed he still has what it takes with the ball taking nine wickets at an average of 31.77 and an economy rate of 3.97.

It would now appear with Harris missing World Cup selection that his days are numbered of ever making a return to the Black Caps.

Leave a comment

Comments are moderated, and will not appear until they have been approved

More articles by James Nixon