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New Zealand’s Squad for 2024 T20I World Cup

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In a significant announcement ahead of the 2024 T20I World Cup, New Zealand Cricket has unveiled its 15-player squad. The team, led by the seasoned Kane Williamson, is gearing up for the prestigious tournament set to commence in June this year.

The squad selection reflects a blend of experience and youth, with the inclusion of players like Trent BoultTim Southee, and the dynamic Glenn Phillips. Notably, Matt Henry and Rachin Ravindra are set to make their debut in the T20 World Cup arena.

Here’s the complete New Zealand Squad for the 2024 T20I World Cup:


Kane Williamson ©Captain/Batsman
Finn AllenBatsman
Trent BoultBowler
Michael BracewellAll-rounder
Mark ChapmanBatsman
Devon ConwayWicketkeeper/Batsman
Lockie FergusonBowler
Matt HenryBowler
Daryl MitchellAll-rounder
Jimmy NeeshamAll-rounder
Glenn PhillipsBatsman
Rachin RavindraAll-rounder
Mitchell SantnerAll-rounder
Ish SodhiBowler
Tim SoutheeBowler

Travelling Reserve:

  • Ben Sears

New Zealand’s cricket team is set to start their matches on June 8 against Afghanistan. They’ll also play against West Indies, Uganda, and Papua New Guinea in Group C. Cricket fans in New Zealand are excited to see how the team performs, especially with Devon Conway joining the squad after recovering from an injury. He’s expected to be a crucial player for the team.

The selection committee has emphasized the importance of experience in the squad, which is evident from the players chosen. This strategic move is aimed at ensuring that the team has a robust lineup capable of competing at the highest level during the 2024 T20I World Cup.

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