Taylor making his cricketing comeback
Tue, 22 Jan 2013 4:27p.m.
Former BlackCaps skipper Ross Taylor is back playing cricket this Thursday when he turns out for his provincial side, Central Districts.
The Plunket Sheild match will be the former captain’s first cricket since he lost the national captaincy last month.
Central coach Alan Hunt told Fairfax Media he is happy to have a world-class back in the mix.
"I'm pleased to have him. We can help him get back on the cricket horse and get on with it," Hunt said.
The match is in Napier starting on Thursday.
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22/01/2013 5:40:05 p.m.
So RT is back on the horse NZ Cricket pushed him off? I say stuff them go to England and play then cash it up in the IPL NZ cricket is a joke keep ya chin up Ross you're far better than they think and the NZ public is behind you
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