A lively left-arm fast bowler, Andy McKay made his Test debut against India in Nagpur in 2010. McKay captured the biggest maiden wicket in the modern game when Sachin Tendulkar edged him behind and, while ecstatic with the success, he apologised to the crowd for dismissing its hero. He finished with 1 for 120 off 31 overs in New Zealand’s only innings in the field, and wasn’t required for the rest of the series, or the following one at home against Pakistan. However, the 31-year-old was part of the squad for the trip to Zimbabwe. A qualified physiotherapist, McKay is also a handy asset off the field.