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Hadlee

Sir Richard (John). born 1951, New Zealand cricketer
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McKay said that he was working one-on-one with Hadlee in a deal arranged by New Zealand high performance manager Roger Mortimer.
In cricket basics have to be in place at a very young age because it is very hard to break bad habits later on," said Hadlee.
Only three other bowlers in Test history, Kapil Dev (434), Sir Richard Hadlee (431) and Ian Botham (383) have taken more wickets.
Walter Hadlee Trophy (one-day batting): Brendon McCullum.
And Lorgat added that the appointment of top-class coaches like former cricketers Rod Marsh, Mudassar Nazar and Dale Hadlee, and Dubai Sports City (DSC) has a made learning cricket a good proposition at the academy.
AC Smith, Devon Malcolm and now Ed Giddins have a safe and secure, albeit unwanted, niche in cricket history, partnered by Alan Davidson, Richard Hadlee and now Harold "Dickie" Bird, respectively.
Hadlee further said Anderson is always a threat and gets out quality batsmen with magnificent deliveries, which is something he rates and respect.
Hadlee feels that the facilities here are tailor-made to shape cricketers into outstanding players.
Walsh took his tally to 431, equal-1100second with New Zealand's Sir Richard Hadlee.
England under-19 batsman Ian Bell has been picked out for the highest praise by New Zealand under-19 coach Dayle Hadlee.
CLIVE RICE, Nottinghamshire's new cricket manager, wants to revive his famous double act with Richard Hadlee.
Wellington, Oct 19( ANI ): Batsman Martin Guptill bagged four awards at the New Zealand awards, including the most prestigious Sir Richard Hadlee Medal, in Auckland on Thursday.