July 1, 2009

Shane Bond is allowed to play International cricket, New Zealand

Shane Bond, the Fast bowler who was playing on the side of New Zealand cricket team, joined in the unauthorized Indian Cricket League, permitted to in the national team form next seasons. He was kept away from the international cricket for joining in the ICL in Indian. He has been drawn his name in the list of contracted 20 players. In the list the selectors has included six new names and deducted seven old players. He has no problem to play the home cricket tournaments but did not allow playing in international cricket matches. During the New Zealand tour, Indian players could not attend in a friendly match due to allow Shane Bond in that match. But NZC could not reduce Bond from the squads, if Indian players were not play the match.


"Shane Bond is confident he can continue to contribute to the blackcaps," head selector Glenn Turner said in a statement.

"He has performed well in the shorter form of the game at domestic level while his international track record is outstanding."

May there is no problem for the others crickets of the others nations of the world except Indian and the subcontinents players to play in the domestic cricket and during the contact time along-with ICL. Even Pakistan players Abdul Razzaq played world twenty20 championships just a few days after cut up relationship with ICL. But Indian players will have to wait for one-year to allowance for the international cricket. New Zealand right-hand fast bowler Shane Bond has debuted with the international cricket in 2001 against Australia. He picked up 79 wicket in Test cricket and 125 wickets in ODI and five wickets 4 times in both. But just a single time he picked up 10 wickets.