I know we tend to take it for granted, but I doubt there is another club in the country that can say they have four Black Caps, two players in the IPL and eight first class players in their club.
Our Black Caps you all did us proud.
- Colin Munro scored his maiden T20 International 100 against Bangladesh and went on to feature in a number of T20 leagues around the world, For those of you fortunate enough to catch last Saturday Colin & Brendon McCullum lit up the Caribbean League with a brutal display of hitting. Just a shame Mitch McClenaghan was part of the receiving end.
- Colin de Grandhomme, not only made his test debut this season, delivered the best bowling performance by a Black Cap on debut with 6/41, but established himself as an integral part of the NZ test team
- Mitch McClenaghan was unlucky with injuries early in the season, but not only forced his way back into the Black Caps, but was also an IPL winner with the Mumbai Indians
- Glen Phillips established himself as a very dangerous player in both T20 and One Day formats, with a long career in front of him.