Adam Milne


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He was born in Palmerston North on the North Island.


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Palmerston North


New Zealand

New Zealand


A fast bowler with explosive pace, Adam Milne made his one-day international debut for New Zealand in November 2012 when he was named for a clash with Pakistan.

He took 0-21 on debut and followed that performance with 1-17 in the following match.

Milne’s next opportunity for the Black Caps came in November 2013 against Bangladesh.

In a sign selectors have expectations of the paceman, he was given his first New Zealand contract in July 2014, but Milne was ruled out of a subsequent tour of England with the New Zealand A team due to elbow surgery.

He returned for New Zealand A in November 2014, taking 3-24 in a one-day match against United Arab Emirates.

Kent's Kiwis soar in T20 Blast win

New Zealand's Jimmy Neesham took a blinder and his Black Caps teammate Adam Milne claimed 5-11 to lead Kent to victory over Gloucestershire

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Milne's moment of magic

A stunning catch on the boundary line from New Zealand's Adam Milne removed Matt Wade and delighted the crowd in the second ODI against Australia at Wellington

World T20 team preview: New Zealand

The Black Caps have a poor history in the tournament, but this squad is capable of bucking that trend

Black Caps take cautious line with Milne

Express paceman kept in cotton wool after being omitted from New Zealand's tour of Australia

Black Caps bowling unit rocked by injury

First-choice quick Adam Milne ruled out of the tournament with heel injury after quarter-final win