Crane Sticks Neck Out in New South Wales!

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Hampshire spinner Mason Crane is currently making his Sheffield Shield debut for New South Wales at the SCG. The leg-spin bowler, just turned twenty, has been tipped by many in the game to be England’s spin saviour. A First Class average of 40.75 suggests that there’s still work to be done but regardless of the results, Crane will surely be a better bowler for his southern hemisphere experiences this winter.

In NSW’s match against South Australia, Crane has already snapped up the wicket of the useful Tom Cooper. The opportunity to see Australia’s limited overs specialist Adam Zampa twirling tirelessly for the opposition will be an education for Crane. There was outcry by some when Zampa was omitted from Australia’s squad for his country’s Test tour of India but it’s worth noting that for all Zampa’s ODI and T20I success that his First Class bowling average currently sits above Crane at 44.07 and at a less than desirable 4.05 per over.

To keep up to date with Crane’s travails then please click on the link below…

http://www.espncricinfo.com/sheffield-shield-2016-17/engine/match/1036419.html

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