Daren Sammy and his former St Lucia Zouks teammate Grant Elliott engaged in a humorous conversation on Twitter on Tuesday right after the ex-New Zealand all-rounder posted a image of a 73-more than-previous cricket ball from his account.
Grant Elliott, who retired from all varieties of cricket in 2018, posted a image of an previous cricket ball which drew humorous reactions from his followers and former teammates, Sammy becoming one particular of them.
Elliott and Sammy shared the dressing area at St Lucia Zouks throughout the 2016 Caribbean Premier League. He was roped in for one particular season as a substitute for Eddie Leie.
“When the captain hands you the ball in the 73rd more than with the score at 320/one and says ‘Come on mate, your flip. Let’s get that break by means of. This is your possibility to demonstrate yourself’,” Elliott captioned the image.
Sammy replied hinting at how a ball this previous and in a deplorable affliction could nevertheless give reverse swing for rapid bowlers: “Reverse swing,” he posted.
Reverse swing https://t.co/YKwLrJ16Sr
— Daren Sammy (@darensammy88) September 14, 2020
But Elliott reminded him how it would not assistance bowlers like himself and Sammy, who had been medium pacers throughout their time.
“Not at our tempo brother. Encounter with tears of joy autumn leaves in the wind Maple leaf #zouksforlife,” Elliott wrote.
Sammy then went on to include that he would fake an damage to get out of the scenario in that situation.
“I would fake a hamstring damage,” Sammy replied with several smileys.
I would fake a hamstring damage https://t.co/VWgsToqu91
— Daren Sammy (@darensammy88) September 15, 2020
Grant Elliott played five Exams, 83 ODIs and 17 T20Is for New Zealand in between 2008 and 2017. He scored 86 runs in Exams, 1976 runs in ODIs and 171 in the shortest format and took four, 39 and 14 wickets in the 3 formats respectively.
Sammy meanwhile, lately led St Lucia Zouks to the last of the CPL 2020 in which they misplaced to Trinbago Knight Riders.