Mitchell McClenaghan


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He took 4-20 against South Africa in his ODI debut.


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New Zealand

New Zealand


One of New Zealand’s fastest bowlers Mitchell McClenaghan made his one-day international debut in January 2013. 

The left-arm quick started his first-class career with the Central Stags, but moved to Auckland Aces in 2011-12.

He took 35 wickets in ten games for the Aces and was called into the New Zealand squad as a result.

His ODI debut was impressive, with McClenaghan taking 4-20 against South Africa.

The bowler was only the second player to take four wickets on debut for New Zealand in the 50-over game.

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be his first.

'He still should've caught it with his eyes closed'

Mitchell McClenaghan appealed for obstructing the field after he clashed with Jono Wells while attmepting to take a catch from a miscued Jake Lehmann ramp

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Ricky Ponting's Team of the IPL - so far

Former Australia captain and Mumbai Indians coach Ricky Ponting picks two Australians in his Team of the 2017 Indian Premier League so far

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McClenaghan survives eye-catching celebration

New Zealand came away with the win against Australia but a high-five gone wrong could have proved very costly for Mitch McClenaghan, as Brad Haddin knows all too well

Bowlers savage calls to award sixes more

When MS Dhoni suggested the biggest hits should be worth more than six runs, the bowlers of the world cried out in revolt

Thunder star hits back at internet trolls

Kiwi fast bowler responds after copping abuse on social media following loss to the Renegades

Erratic Mitch admits catch should have been his

Thunder paceman McClenaghan involved in heated mid-pitch drama on eventful evening for the Kiwi