Trent Boult has been released from his central contract by New Zealand Cricket after the player cited family reasons. Top of the priority list of selections for the team. Meanwhile, the 33-year-old has now revealed the reasons behind his decision not to accept a central contract, as reported by stuff.co.nz.
Boult revealed he was proud of his achievements for New Zealand in Test cricket, but began to ponder post-cricket perspectives on his career. “I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved in the test arena. But I have his three young children and I see my career as the length of a string. I’m the second half of that string.” I feel like I’m in,” said the Starpace player.
Trent Boult hopes to play at ICC ODI World Cup 2023
“I have decided to join two other leagues at the busiest time of the New Zealand cricket summer. I understand,” Boult added. Pacemaker then added that he hopes to stay on track for the marquee event, keeping the light on the upcoming ICC ODI World Cup 2023. I hope it continues, it’s still a little ways off.”
Boult has taken 317 wickets in 78 Test matches during his international career with the Kiwis. At ODI, Boult has accounted for 187 wickets in his 99 matches. At the same time, in T20Is, the pacemaker has so far recorded 74 ejections in which he has played 55 games.
The ICC ODI World Cup 2023 will be held in India in October and November. This will be the 13th edition of the tournament involving 10 of his ODI cricket playing nations. A total of 48 games are scheduled during the tournament. The World Cup group stage will be played in a round-robin format, followed by the knockout stage.