Born February 24, 1992, Feilding….and what a CATCH!!!!!!

Bevan Small, has become an instant star in a NZ Big Bash 20-20 game.
He came in as  a 12th man
The opponent partnership at 74 from 64 runs
The opposition score at 81/1

He jumped, flew and played his part in the best assist catch…… of cricket may be. Just watch video and feel amazed.

And yes he was born in Feilding – New Zealand and has two first class games only 🙂

What a catch!!!!

Source:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/newzealand/content/player/440520.html

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About clarkprasad

Clark Prasad, alter ego of Suraj Prasad, could be called a mixed citizen. Born in Lagos, Nigeria he lived most of his life in New Delhi and educated in Lagos, Delhi, Mangalore, and Kozhikode. He has a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree and Post-Graduate degree in Management from Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIM-K). He began his professional career in 2003 from one of India's top multinational pharmaceutical companies, and has moved on to different companies both in pharmaceutical industry and healthcare life sciences consulting. Presently he is with a Bangalore based analytical firm. About my first Book Baramulla Bomber: Science Fiction Espionage Thriller. Quantum Physics meets Ancient Vedas in background of Kashmir and Cricket Apart of writing, travelling and hiking he is deeply involved in alumni related activities for his Alma matter. He is the ex-President of IIM Kozhikode Executive Alumni Council, and on board of his pharmacy college NGSMIPS, Mangalore for development of new courses. Suraj’s favorite authors are Robin Cook, Jeffery Archer, Robert Ludlum, Frederick Forsyth and Tom Clancy. Books like ‘The Odessa File’, ´Patriot Games’, ‘Coma’, ‘Not a Penny More and Not a Penny Less’, and off-course ‘Da-Vinci Code’.

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