From 29 March through 4 April, the Dutch men will play the CWC Super League Series in and against New Zealand. In preparation for the series the men first played two warm-up matches and a T20 match, which unfortunately was abandoned due to rainfall, where the men were able to finalize their preparation in order to give it all through one T20I and three ODI's for the Super League. Below you'll find the match schedule and the squad that coach Ryan Campbell has brought along!
Live stream matches
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Monday 4 April - Third and final ODI
Stephan Myburgh to retire from ODI cricket
Stephan Myburgh, top order batsman, has announced his retirement from One Day International cricket. Today's Super League Series ODI against New Zealand will be his last.
The first reaction from coach Ryan Campbell: "Steph has been a mainstay of the Dutch top order for over a decade. His breath taking assaults on opposition bowling attacks has been a pleasure to watch. I think all cricket fans watched in marvel his innings against Ireland in the T20 World Cup, that innings will go down in Dutch cricket folklore.”
“We will miss him and we will need another youngster to put their hand up to take on his role.”
Saturday 2 April - ODI 2
Campbell: "Atmosphere in the team is good for second ODI against New Zealand"
On Saturday, April 2 at 03:00 AM Dutch time, the Dutch men's team will play the second One Day International against New Zealand in the context of the Super League. Coach Ryan Campbell looks back on the first ODI, which was won by New Zealand, and forward to the second game.
Tuesday 29 March - first ODI
Today, the Dutch men play the first of three ODI matches in the Super League Series vs New Zealand! Tune in to ICC.tv to watch it all live!
Friday 25 March
Today's T20I was abandoned after the rain influenced the outfield too much and showed no sign of letting up. Reactions from Napier to follow soon!
Coach Ryan Campbell's first reactions:
Thursday 24 March
Today, the final preparations for the opening game on Friday took place. The T20I will start at 7:10 AM Dutch time. On Thursday, the men had a final training session, albeit indoors, due to the bad weather.
Coach Ryan Campbell gives his view on the state of affairs before the games officially start:
Thursday, 17 March – Warm-up match #1 v NZXI (50 overs)
McLean Park, Napier | 11:00 NZDT (local time)
Dutch time: 23:00 CET, Wednesday 16 March
Saturday, 19 March – Warm-up match #2 v NZXI (50 overs)
McLean Park, Napier | 14:00 NZDT (local time)
Dutch time: 02:00 CET
Monday, 21 March – Warm-up match #3 v NZXI (T20)
McLean Park, Napier | 19:00 NZDT (local time)
Dutch time: 07:00 CET
Super League Series
Friday, 25 March - T20I v Nieuw-Zeeland
McLean Park, Napier | 19:10 NZDT (local time)
Dutch time: 07:10 CET
Tuesday, 29 March - ODI #1 v Nieuw-Zeeland
Bay Oval, Mt Maunganui | 14:00 NZDT (local time)
Dutch time: 03:00 CET
Saturday, 2 April - ODI #2 v Nieuw-Zeeland
Seddon Park, Hamilton | 14:00 NZDT (local time)
Dutch time: 03:00 CET
Monday, 4 April - ODI #3 v Nieuw-Zeeland
Seddon Park, Hamilton | 14:00 NZST (local time)
Dutch time: 04:00 CET
Pieter Seelaar (VOC) (captain), Stephan Myburgh (Punjab CCR), Max O'Dowd (VOC), Scott Edwards (VOC) (wicketkeeper), Michael Rippon (Otago), Bas de Leede (VCC), Vikramjit Singh (VRA), Aryan Dutt (VRA), Logan van Beek (VCC), Philippe Boissevain (VCC), Brandon Glover (Northamptonshire County CC), Fred Klaassen (Kent County CC), Ryan Klein (HBS), Clayton Floyd (HCC), Boris Gorlee (HCC), Shariz Ahmad (VCC).
Super League Series on Dutch soil!
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