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On the other side of Tasman, however, New Zealand unearthed his impressive, six-foot-seven-inch (203cm) blonde talent in Kyle Jamieson, who, despite playing only six pilot games, has Mark your mark as an all-rounder bowling, grab to Test cricket like duck with water.
Jamieson took 11-117 to enter the record book
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His 11-117 match count is sixth best in New Zealand Test history.
Only two players rank ahead of the 26-year-old on the rankings; Daniel Vettori (12-149 vs Australia and 12-170 vs Bangladesh) and Sir Richard Hadlee (15-123 vs Australia, 11-58 vs India and 11-102 vs West Indies).
“I don’t think it was too bad,” Jamieson said, talking about his post-match record.