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World T20, 2nd Semi-Final

India vs West Indies

at Mumbai, Mar 31, 2016
West Indies 196/3 beat India 192/2 by 7 wickets

New Zealand Cricketers

New Zealand Cricket Players: Andre Adams | Bradley Scott | Brendon McCulam | Chric Cairns | Chris Martin | Craig Cumming | Craig McMillan | Daniel Vettori | Daryl Tuffey | Gareth Hopkins | Hamish Marshall | Jacob Oram | James Franklin | Jamie How | Jeetan Patel | Kyle Mills | Lou Vicent | Mark Gillespie | Mathew Sinclair | Michael Mason | Michael Papps | Nathan Astle | Peter Fulton | Ross Taylor | Scott Styris | Shane Bond | Stephen Fleming

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Kyle Mills

Injuries at an inopportune time affected Kyle Mills's prospects of making a more significant start to his international career. While he was recovering, Shane Bond, Ian Butler and Jacob Oram seized their opportunities, making it harder for Mills to force his way back into consideration. In and out of the team after the 2003 World Cup, he signalled his latest comeback, against Pakistan in 2003-04, by being reprimanded for excessive appealing. However, he did enough to earn a callup for the tour of England in 2004, and made his debut in the third Test at Trent Bridge. However, Mills picked up a side strain during the game and was forced to fly home and miss the NatWest Series. Mills is a tradesman from the traditionally hard-working New Zealand model, but he complements that with more than useful skills as a batsman. He achieved his first 10-wicket haul of his career, and in the process notched up 100 first-class wickets, for Auckland in December 2004. At the moment his worth appears greater in the one-day game than the Test arena.

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.