New Zealand cricketers involved in IPL-2021 back home safely
After the league was suspended, all the New Zealand players and coaches who took part in IPL-2021 reached their home safely. Private jets arranged for the transportation of two groups of players.
The Cricketers named Trent Boult, Finn Allen, Jimmy Neeshan, Adam Milne and Scott Kuggeleijn, coaches and former players James Pamment and Shane Bond and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s director of cricketing operations Mike Hesson were the first to land on Saturday night.
According to the report of stuff.Co.Nz, the players arrived on board a Bombardier Global Express private flight via Tokyo. It was the first of the two chartered flights repatriating the players.
A second private flight Vistajet carring Former New Zealand captains Brendon McCullum, Stephen Fleming, coach Kyle Mills, fast bowler Lockie Ferguson and commentators Simon Doull and Scott Styris and Umpire Chris Gaffaney were among the second groups of cricketers to land on Sunday at Auckland Airport.
Few players named Skipper Kane Williamson, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson and physio Tommy Simsek have been transferred to the Maldives. All players went isolated upon arrival.