Previous New Zealand hitter Dean Brownlie has been added to the group’s training staff for the forthcoming home series against Netherlands. Brownlie will function as the batting mentor without any Luke Ronchi, who is as of now with Auckland Aces for the rest of the Plunket Shield.
Brownlie, who is a current Northern Districts network mentor, will join the care staff drove by Gary Stead.
“Senior member was a fine player by his own doing and it’s extraordinary to see him currently advancing as a mentor,” Stead said. “I realize he’s been really buckling down in the ND training framework and acquiring a wide scope of encounters which are vital for advancement.
“His abilities and information on the game will positively add to our gathering and I’m certain he’ll likewise get a lot out of his experience with us.
“This is a decent chance to develop our instructing profundity in New Zealand, while likewise being aware of the Major Associations who are at the business end of the Plunket Shield season.”
Brownlie resigned toward the finish of the 2020-21 season having last played for Northern Districts. He likewise addressed Canterbury before in his profession and played a sum of 14 Tests, 16 ODIs and five T20Is for New Zealand from 2010 to 2017.
New Zealand will have Netherlands for an oddball T20I, in Napier, and three ODIs, in Mount Maunganui and Hamilton. The T20I will be played on March 25 followed by the ODIs on March 29, April 2 and 4.
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