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Jeetan Patel

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Jeetan Shashi Patel born 7 May 1980 is a former New Zealand international cricketer of Indian descent, who plays all forms of the game A right arm off spin bowler, he plays county cricket for Warwickshire in England, and represents the Wellington Firebirds in New Zealand

From 2005 to 2013, Patel played for the New Zealand Black Caps in all three formats, but in 2014 he made himself unavailable for international cricket, choosing to focus on county cricket instead He has twice been named the most valuable player by England's Professional Cricketers' Association, and in 2015 Wisden named him one of its five cricketers of the year1

He was unexpectedly brought back into the national team in 2016, replacing the injured Mark Craig during the tour to India, where he exhibited a far better batting technique He announced his retirement from international cricket on 21 June 2017

Contents

  • 1 Early career
  • 2 Domestic career
  • 3 International career
    • 31 Rising through ranks
    • 32 Comeback
  • 4 County cricket
    • 41 Retirement consideration & Country season
  • 5 International record
    • 51 Test 5 Wicket hauls
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Early careeredit

Patel was earmarked as a promising player early in his career He played age group cricket in Wellington at under 15, under 17, and under 19 levels He played for the New Zealand Cricket Academy in a one-day match against England A in 1999, and debuted for Wellington early the next year with a five wicket bag in a loss to Auckland2

Domestic careeredit

In the 2004 English Season, he represented Buckingham Town Cricket Club, making a big impact in the 1st Team as well as progressing youngsters in local development schemes Patel became the first player in twenty years to take 50 league wickets during his spell at the Bourton Road club and first player ever to go on to play international cricket

Back in New Zealand, Patel showed steady improvement as a bowler during the 2004–05 season, taking 26 first class wickets at an average of 3284 He played two one-dayers against South Africa A on the 2004–05 New Zealand A tour of South Africa, represented the North Island in the 2004–05 State of Origin match, and played for the New Zealand Academy in the 2005 Cricket Australia Emerging Players Tournament

Later in the season he toured Sri Lanka with New Zealand A, playing in a Triangular A Team Tournament

International careeredit

Patel was a member of the 2005 New Zealand tour of Zimbabwe, making his debut as a supersub for New Zealand in the fourth ODI Under the experimental rules at the time, that meant Patel was a full member of the team despite not batting in the XI that scored 238 all out in the first innings He replaced Craig McMillan for Zimbabwe's innings and took 1/473

He returned to the New Zealand squad for the short-form leg of its 2005 tour of South Africa Making his international Twenty20 debut, he was named Man of the Match, taking 3/20 off 4 overs He played as a supersub in the first ODI against the Proteas, returning figures of 2/48 off 84

Patel's first home international was the fourth ODI of Sri Lanka's 2005–06 tour of New Zealand, in which he was named Man of the Match Playing as a supersub, his figures of 2/23 off 10 were the most economical in the match5

His Test debut came against South Africa in the second Test of New Zealand's 2006 tour of South Africa New Zealand's coach John Bracewell described him as a "long term investment"6 Although a regular member of New Zealand's Test squad following his debut, Patel didn't make the XI for another match until 20087 Daniel Vettori was captain and first-choice spinner at the time, and the selectors typically declined to choose two spinners89

Rising through ranksedit

He was a regular member of the ODI and Twenty20 sides, though, and 2007 was his busiest year of international cricket, with 20 appearances By the end of 2008, his New Zealand career had peaked That year he made 13 international appearances and toured Australia with New Zealand A His last Twenty20 match for New Zealand was on 28 December 2008 against the West Indies He never played for his country as regularly again410

He's also having the joint record for taking the most number of catches by a substitute fielder in a T20I innings2 along with Jonathan Carter, Eoin Morgan, Hashim Amla, Johnson Charles and Chamu Chibhabha11He was the first substitute fielder to take 2 catches in a single T20I in 2007

Comebackedit

His return was credited to several factors – most obviously his good season with Warwickshire after 11 matches he'd taken 38 wickets and an injury to Daniel Vettori, but also what the New Zealand Herald called "the dearth of decent spinners on the first-class scene in New Zealand"12 He was selected ahead of second spinner Tarun Nethula for both test losses, taking seven wickets in the series131415

Patel remained a member of the team for two tests in Sri Lanka in November 4 wickets, 37 runs, and two in South Africa in January 2013 1 wicket, 13 runs His final test appearance was in Port Elizabeth7

The New Zealand team's tour to India in 2016 saw Mark Craig, one of three frontline spinners in the squad, injured in the first test Patel, who according to captain Kane Williamson "wasn't initially" considered by the selectors for the tour, was named as Craig's replacement16 With only one test remaining in the tour, Patel called it "a moment that could be my last one"17 Patel's recall also coincided with Williamson's omission from the playing side due to being stricken with fever On 31 December 2016, Patel and Matt Henry were named as a replacements for Trent Boult and Lockie Ferguson

In 2017, Patel along with Mitchell Santner shared the honour for becoming the first pair of spinners to kick off an ODI by opening the bowling start an ODI,when they opened the bowling in the first innings of the 4th ODI v South Africa This was the first instance happened only in the ODI history18

In April 2017, Patel was announced in New Zealand's squad for the 2017 Champions Trophy19

County cricketedit

In 2009, Patel joined English county cricket side Warwickshire On debut against Yorkshire he scored 120, his maiden first-class century and a record for a Warwickshire number 10, and shared a ninth wicket partnership of 200 with Jonathan Trott2021 He played his last ODI in October 2009, against Australia ten more test appearances were to come4

In 2010 Patel played three tests against different opponents, averaging 72 bowling and 12 batting4 He returned to Warwickshire briefly and successfully in 2011 Against Sussex in July, he took 10/163, his first 10-wicket bag in first class cricket22 In his only test of 2011 he took 0/142 against Zimbabwe7

In 2012 Patel's extended run of county cricket contributed significantly to Warwickshire's 2012 County Championship with both ball and, at times, bat23 In August he was recalled into the New Zealand test team for its 2012 two Test tour of India, having played only one test in the previous 21 months24

Retirement consideration & Country seasonedit

Patel continued to build on his success with Warwickshire through 2013 52 first class wickets at 3001 and 2014 59 at 2632, and he remained a regular player for Wellington as well25 Over those two English summers and the New Zealand season in between them, his first class batting average was 31726 He declined a recall to the New Zealand team for its tour of the West Indies in April 2014,27 prioritising county cricket and seemingly ending any prospect of further international cricket

His 2014 county season was his most celebrated, being the only player to take over 100 wickets across all formats and winning the MVP award from the Professional Cricketers' Association28 He topped the bowling averages in both the Royal London One-Day Cup 23 wickets at 17 and the NatWest t20 Blast 25 wickets at 1329 He ended 2014 with a total of 185 first class wickets for Warwickshire, at an average of 271230 Following this Warwickshire announced a new two-year deal with Patel31 In 2015 Patel was named as one of five Wisden Cricketers of the Year for 20141

In September 2015 Patel again took topped 50 wickets in the County Championship season, for the fourth successive year32 He finished seventh on the competition's list of wicket-takers with 58 wickets at 2527, and was named in the Professional Cricketers' Association Team of the Year3334 The next year he topped the wicket-takers' list in County cricket with 69, and was named the season's Most Valuable Player by the Professional Cricketers' Association16

International recordedit

Test 5 Wicket haulsedit

# Figures Match Opponent Venue City Country Year
1 5/110 36  West Indies McLean Park Napier New Zealand 2008

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b "Jeetan Patel named in Wisden Almanack's top five cricketers of the year" stuffconz 9 April 2015 Retrieved 8 April 2015 
  2. ^ "Scorecard: Auckland v Wellington, 12–15 Feb 2000" Auckland Cricket Retrieved 10 April 2015 
  3. ^ "Scorecard: Zimbabwe v NZ ODI, 31 Aug 2005" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 9 April 2015 
  4. ^ a b c d "List of all international matches: Jeetan Patel" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 12 April 2015 
  5. ^ "Scorecard: NZ v Sri Lanka, 6 January 2006" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 9 April 2015 
  6. ^ "Cairns dropped from Black Caps" ONE Sport 26 September 2005 Retrieved 2006-04-29 
  7. ^ a b c "Full list of test appearances: Jeetan Patel" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 12 April 2015 
  8. ^ Cricinfo staff 17 August 2009 "Patel keen on being a regular feature" Cricinfo Retrieved 2009-08-17 
  9. ^ Cricinfo staff 12 September 2007 "Vettori takes over as Test captain" Cricinfo Retrieved 2009-08-17 
  10. ^ "Miscellaneous Matches played by Jeetan Patel" Cricket Archive Retrieved 13 April 2015 
  11. ^ "Records | Twenty20 Internationals | Fielding records | Most catches by a substitute in an innings | ESPN Cricinfo" Cricinfo Retrieved 2017-03-08 
  12. ^ Richardson, Daniel 7 August 2012 "Cricket: Patel, Franklin called in for India test series" New Zealand Herald Retrieved 12 April 2015 
  13. ^ Shannon, Kris 23 August 2012 "Cricket: Patel, Boult included in first test lineup" New Zealand Herald Retrieved 12 April 2015 
  14. ^ "Scorecard: India v NZ, Aug 23–26" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 12 April 2015 
  15. ^ "Scorecard: India v NZ, Aug 31 – Sep 3 2012" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 12 April 2015 
  16. ^ a b "Craig out of Test series due to side strain, Patel named replacement" ESPNCricinfo 28 September 2016 Retrieved 28 September 2016 
  17. ^ Geenty, Mark 28 September 2016 "Jeetan Patel gets late clearance before accepting shock Black Caps callup" Fairfax stuffconz Retrieved 28 September 2016 
  18. ^ "The first time spinners open in ODIs, and Guptill goes 1, 2, 3 for New Zealand" Cricinfo Retrieved 2017-03-04 
  19. ^ "McClenaghan, Milne and Anderson return for Champions Trophy" Cricinfo Retrieved 2017-05-28 
  20. ^ Dobell, George 9 May 2009 "Rashid shines but Vaughan injured again in draw" Cricinfo Retrieved 7 October 2010 
  21. ^ "Jeetan Patel: New Zealand spinner to rejoin Warwickshire for 2013" BBC Sport 29 November 2012 Retrieved 9 April 2015 
  22. ^ "Patel spins Bears to victory" Sky Sports 23 July 2011 Retrieved 9 April 2015 
  23. ^ Dobell, George 6 September 2012 "Warwickshire win Championship title" ESPN Cricinfo Retrieved 7 September 2012 
  24. ^ ESPNcricinfo staff 7 August 2012 "Injured Vettori out of India tour, Patel recalled" Retrieved 7 September 2012 
  25. ^ "First class bowling in each season by Jeetan Patel" Cricket Archive Retrieved 14 April 2015 
  26. ^ "First class batting in each season by Jeetan Patel" Cricket Archive Retrieved 14 April 2015 
  27. ^ Dobell, George 15 April 2014, "Patel shuns New Zealand approach", ESPN Cricinfo, retrieved 7 February 2015 
  28. ^ BBCSportStaff 26 September 2014, Jeetan Patel: Warwickshire spinner wins 2014 MVP award, retrieved 7 February 2015 
  29. ^ "Patel named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year 8 April 2015" edgbastoncom 
  30. ^ First-class Bowling For Each Team by Jeetan Patel, retrieved 7 February 2015 
  31. ^ Warckwishire County Cricket Club 1 October 2014, MVP Patel commits to Warwickshire, retrieved 7 February 2015 
  32. ^ Halford, Brian "Jeetan Patel on 50 First Class wickets" edgbastoncom Retrieved 20 September 2015 
  33. ^ "Congratulations to the PCA Team of the Year" @PCA on Twitter Retrieved 29 September 2015 
  34. ^ Geenty, Mark 30 September 2015 "Jeetan Patel named alongside England big names in PCA team of the year" Fairfax Media Retrieved 30 September 2015 

External linksedit

  • Jeetan Patel at ESPNcricinfo
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