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Bond to quit New Zealand after World Cup

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Former New Zealand Speed bowler Shane Bond will stop as the national group’s bowling mentor toward the end of the 2015 World Cup. Lindsay Crocker, NZC’s head of cricket, said Bond had not needed the expansion offered to him.

“Freely acknowledge this – we’re extremely disillusioned to be losing Shane,” Crocker said. “He’s given incredible worth to the Blackcaps project and we were cheerful of having the profit of his information through the following few seasons. Nonetheless, we regard his choice and his purposes behind settling on that choice, and wish him well in his attempts post-world container.”


Bond took up the part of New Zealand rocking the bowling alley mentor in October 2012, two years in the wake of completion a guaranteeing profession that was scourged by a spate of wounds.

He will be taking up a part as mentor of the Mumbai Indians establishment amid IPL 2015, joining a help staff that incorporates Ricky Ponting, Jonty Rhodes and Robin Singh. Bond had played one season of the IPL – in 2010 with Kolkata Knight Riders.


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