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Tejas Rathi ∙ Nov 21 2022, 2:30 PM

Ford Trophy Live Streaming, Venues, Squads, Dates, and Players to watch out


image-laqsxtx8Ford Trophy (Source: Twitter)

The 2022-23 edition of New Zealand's Premier List-A competition, Ford Trophy will kick off on Tuesday (November 22) and run till February 19. 

 A total of nine venues, Wellington, Auckland, Dunedin, Hamilton, Palmerston, New Plymouth, Christchurch, Queenstown and Napier have been shortlisted to host this edition. 

The last edition of the Ford Trophy witnessed Auckland securing a title victory by beating Central Districts. 

Almost all the players are coming into the tournament with a proper hit in the Plunket Shield, the domestic red-ball series. It will be interesting to see how the players fare in this format. 

The Live Streaming of the Ford Trophy can be watched on the New Zealand Cricket's YouTube Channel. All the matches will commence at 3:30 AM IST. 

Players to watch Out

Tom Latham- He has been one of the finest all-format batters in New Zealand. He slammed 361 runs in five innings of Plunket Shield 2022/23.

Rachin Ravindra- the talented all-rounder garnered 272 runs and picked eight wickets in Plunket Shield and has been in good form.

Cole McConchie- He is currently the top-scorer in the Plunket Shield with 452 runs in five appearances.

Matt Henry- Matt has scalped 23 wickets in three games of Plunket Shield.

Doug Bracewell- The experienced campaigner accumulated 175 runs and picked 20 wickets in the red-ball format. 

Ford Trophy Squads

Otago

Dale Phillips, Hamish Rutherford, Jacob Duffy, Jake Gibson, Jarrod Mckay, Josh Finnie, Matthew Bacon, Max Chu, Michael Rae, Michael Rippon, Travis Muller, Thorn Parkes, Llew Johnson, Jacob Cumming, Glenn Phillips, Dean Foxcroft, Andrew Hazeldine Ben Lockrose

Auckland

Ryan Harrison, William O-Donnell, William Somerville, Sean Solia, Robert O'donnell, Louis Delport, Mark Chapman, George Worker, Danru Ferns, Cole Briggs, Kyle Jamieson, Ben Horne, Adithya Ashok, Quinn Sunde, Martin Guptill, Ross Ter-Braak, Simon Keene, Lockie Ferguson, Ben Lister

Wellington

Devon Conway, Tom Blundell, Callum Mclachlan, Finn Allen, Nick Kelly, Troy Johnson, Nick Greenwood, Jakob Bhula, Tim Robinson, Devan Vishvaka, Michael Bracewell, Rachin Ravindra. Logan Van-Beek, Luke Georgeson, Peter Younghusband, Nathan Smith, Adam Milne, Ian Mcpeake, Ben Sears, Ollie Newton, Michael Snedden, James Hartshorn, Adam Leonard, David Hancock, Lauchie Johns

Canterbury

Tom Latham, Mitchell Hay, Cam Fletcher, Daryl Mitchell, Chad Bowes, Henry Nicholls, Leo Carter, Ken Mcclure, Cole Mcconchie, Henry Shipley, Sean Davey, Zak Foulkes, Ish Sodhi, Matt Henry, William O'rourke, Angus Mckenzie, Ed Nuttall, Todd Astle, Theo Van-Woerkom, Fraser Sheat, Blake Coburn, Matthew Boyle

Central Districts

Dane Cleaver, Maara Ave, Bayley Wiggins, Tom Bruce, Will Young, Greg Hay, Ben Smith, Doug Bracewell, Josh Clarkson, Brad Schmulian, Joey Field, Ajaz Patel, Blair Tickner, Seth Rance, Brett Randell, Raymond Toole, Jayden Lennox, Liam Dudding

Northern Brave

Tim Seifert, Peter Bocock, Kane Williamson, Bharat Popli, Joe Carter, Henry Cooper, Katene Clarke, Colin De-Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Kristian Clarke, Brett Hampton Tim Pringle, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Neil Wagner, Scott Kuggeleijn, Joe Walker, Zak Gibson, Anurag Verma, Matthew Fisher, Frederick Walker, Jeet Raval


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