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McMillian gets a job as batting coach

Former New Zealand player Craig McMillan has been appointed as the batting coach of New Zealand cricket team for their tour of West Indies that will start from June eight at Kingston.


This is a temporary job for McMillan only for the series of West Indies but can get a full time job if he will be able to impress during the tour of West Indies.


The 37 years old McMillan has played 55 test matches and 197 One Day internationals for New Zealand during his carrier that continued from 1997 to 2007 for a spam of 10 years.


“I am pretty happy with my new job as the batting coach of the team. Our players are really talented and are eager to learn more. I will give up my best and will help our team and players to get improve. Hope I will get a full time job soon,” McMillian told a media in New Zealand.


The former test player had also worked as a batting coach for New Zealand during the Wellington Test match against West Indies in last December and has won Plunket Shield last season for Canterbury as a batting coach.


New Zealand will play three tests matches and two T20 Internationals against West Indies in West Indies.

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