Captain Kane Williamson will return from a small split to guide a strengthened New Zealand cricket workforce on their very first tour of the Caribbean in eight several years.
The Black Caps will perform the West Indies in three a single-day and a few Twenty20 internationals in a packed August 10-21 routine. The to start with match is the opening T20 at Kingston, Jamaica.
Batters Tom Latham and Devon Conway and fast bowlers Trent Boult and Tim Southee also will rejoin the team soon after returning residence early from the latest tours to England, Scotland, Eire and the Netherlands.
New Zealand have rotated players throughout those sequence to deal with the significant workload in a season in which they deal with matches in a person of a few formats in just about every month in 2022.
The West Indies series is significant to the Kiwis as element of their buildup to the T20 Globe Cup and simply because it carries qualification points for the a person-day Environment Cup.
New Zealand past played the West Indies in the Caribbean in 2014.
“It is generally interesting to be heading someplace you’ve not been in a even though and I know this group can not wait around for the problem of getting on the West Indies in the Caribbean,” New Zealand head mentor Gary Stead mentioned.
“Handling workloads is hugely essential this yr with the group taking part in some form of cricket each month in 2022 and this applies to both equally gamers and team.
“For Kane, Trent, Tim and Devon this will be the initial time they have performed white ball cricket for New Zealand considering that final year’s T20 World Cup and tour to India, so this trip will be significant for them.”
The 15-guy New Zealand squad also includes Michael Bracewell and Finn Allen who executed very well during new white ball matches.
“As a selector it’s been wonderful to see these men drive their circumstances,” Stead stated.
NEW ZEALAND SQUAD: Kane Williamson (capt), Finn Allen, Trent Boult, Michael Bracewell, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee.