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Donny Aries

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2021 3:38 pm
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Kyle Jamieson just completed his 6th. Test match for NZ.

He's a medium pacer and has snared 36 wickets @ a quite amazing 13.27 runs per wicket. He has four 5fas and a strike rate of 33.3

Handy with the bat, as well. Six innings for 226 runs @ 56.5 A couple of not outs have helped swell that average.

With Southee, Wagner & Boult, he makes up a potent pace attack - especially at home.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2021 5:59 pm
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Donny wrote:
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Handy with the bat, as well. Six innings for 226 runs @ 56.5 A couple of not outs have helped swell that average.
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He started first-class cricket as an opening batsman. As a bowler now, coming in at the tail where it's much easier, he has every chance of keeping a healthy average.
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https://twitter.com/sparknzsport/status/1346632308590170112
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Black Caps' star Kyle Jamieson stunned after going for $2.86 million at IPL auction

https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/black-caps/124297893/black-caps-star-kyle-jamieson-stunned-after-going-for-286-million-at-ipl-auction

"Jamieson, whose retainer for the Black Caps is between $100,000-150,000, set his base price at $143,000 and was secured for the fourth-highest price tag at an IPL auction."
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Jamieson "a much better bowler" than Richard Hadlee was at the same age, says mentor Dayle Hadlee

https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/faster-and-stronger-kyle-jamieson-might-even-be-better-than-richard-hadlee-says-dayle-hadlee-1264799

'Dayle had noted that Jamieson's run-up wasn't stable and his action wasn't strong enough. So, the pair focused on a number of tweaks to bring the best out of Jamieson.

"He had a nice action but there wasn't much energy or strength in it," Dayle says. "When he ran into bowl, I told him 'you run as though you are treading treacle'. In other words, running in a gumboot and everything was so slow and ponderous. So, that was one of our first discussions and then when I got a chance to look at his technique in a lot more detail using cameras and those things, I noticed that in his running technique, the last few strides were getting out of alignment. His left foot was going to the right and so he was getting out of balance.

"I also noticed that his front arm was going up and back, which means if it goes back it has to stop and if it stops, it has to start again. We spent one winter trying to get more energy into his front-foot landing. We did a drill going up and down the gym, slapping the front foot. In the end, he got a stress fracture and I remember saying to Kyle, 'I'm really sorry Kyle, I might have contributed to that'. But, he didn't think so, he was very kind and let me off the hook."'
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Jamieson gets Root caught at slip first ball of day 4, after day 3 was washed out!
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Jameison 3/21 (19) looks like he could shred India's 1st innings.
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Height, pace, movement, nous: why Kyle Jamieson is close to fast-bowling perfection

https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/wtc-final-2021-jarrod-kimber-height-pace-movement-nous-why-kyle-jamieson-is-close-to-fast-bowling-perfection-1267277

"And then there was Virat Kohli's delivery. This pitched outside off stump, went very straight, and then seamed back sharply. It was essentially an offspinner bowled from 230 centimetres at 85mph / 138kph. I am not sure how you play that. And apparently, neither is Kohli."


[This sounds wrong. Surely "went very straight" comes before "pitched outside off"?]
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Heading for a possible Player of the Match award in the Test Championship Final, with 5/31 & 2/21 (Pujara & Kohli).

5 more possibilities.

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Boult & Southee took the rest.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2021 3:17 pm
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Was named Player of the Match.
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"The final day started with a bang; Kyle Jamieson was superb, immediately, emphatically. In the 14 balls he sent down to Virat Kohli, he drew 6 false shots. You are not supposed to be able to do that to Kohli. Nobody is. But that bounce, with balls delivered from such a height that they behave so differently from others in any zone, confuses the best, and it’s what has defined the early stages of Jamieson’s Test career. He can bowl full enough, hitting that classical good length with all the implicit benefits of swing and seam, but keeps the benefits of bowling short in his back pocket. Kohli was cramped by the seam movement, but also the tightness into his body, caused by Jamieson’s skill but also his physical gifts. It wouldn’t have felt right to leave this final without this sort of demonstration."

(B. Jones, cricviz)
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"According to the broadcast, New Zealand had a 27% chance of winning coming into the sixth and final day of this final. A chance, but not much more. But Kyle Jamieson changed that in a spell. Not even for the first time in this game, this man with the golden bowling average destroys the best batting line-up in the world.

Jamieson is a 26-year-old player, who started as a batter, before changing into a bowler. So he had a late start by New Zealand standards into the international team. Yet he has embarrassed teams in his first eight Tests. He looks too good to be true. A tall, smart swing bowler who can hit sixes as well. A choose-your-own-cricketer kind of player.

For generations, New Zealand allrounders were a bit like that quote on Bob Cunis, neither one thing nor the other. Jamieson is not like that.

It's not that he's the best cricketer that they have produced. This is the country of Richard Hadlee. But as exceptional as Hadlee was, his raw talent came from New Zealand. A lot of the honing of it came from county cricket. Jamieson is 100% New Zealand Cricket.

The natural talent with him is obvious, but Jamieson is a product of the New Zealand system. It took coaching to turn this young batter into a fast-bowling phenom. That perfect wrist had to be trained into him by skilled coaches. And it took a professional system to keep him around when he could have disappeared into everyday working life when he didn't crack the national team early on.

For the first time, New Zealand had a system worthy of the players they had always produced. Jamieson is a combination of hard work on and off the field."


(J. Kimber, cricinfo)
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"83% of Kyle Jamieson's deliveries in this match were pitched outside the off stump, the highest rate of any @BLACKCAPS bowler, six of his seven wickets came from balls on this line. Wide."
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Hardly remarkable. That's where quicks bowl.

That's why we see so many fielders, in the cordon, from 'keeper to point.

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