Daniel Flynn

Daniel Raymond Flynn (born 16 April 1985 in Rotorua, Bay of Plenty) is a New Zealand cricketer who plays for the Northern Districts and the New Zealand international side. He has captained the New Zealand Under-19 side in Youth ODIs. On 6 February 2008 it was announced that Flynn would take the place of the injured Jacob Oram for the second international 20Twenty against England, having impressed on 30 January, hitting 149 in a domestic match. New Zealand fell to a second defeat in the 20Twenty series, however, with Flynn surviving only two deliveries, making one run, before being dismissed by Graeme Swann. He then replaced an out-of-form Peter Fulton for the final One Day International on 23 February 2008 Flynn then accompanied the New Zealand team to England and, on 15 May 2008 made his test debut. Daniel is a resident of Tauranga, which is in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. This falls into the catchment area of the Northern Districts Cricket Association. He has played two seasons at Barnards Green Cricket Club in Worcestershire, England, under the captaincy of Christopher Alan Smedley. Daniel hold the league record for runs scored in the Worcestershire League with a highest

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