Former Dolphins batsman makes Major League Cricket debut in USA

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Former Dolphins batsman Cody Chetty debuted for the Texas Super Kings in Major League Cricket in the United States of America this week.

Chetty played first-class cricket for 11 years in South Africa before relocating to the USA.

He joined the Hollywood Master Blasters in the Minor League Cricket Championship before joining fellow former Dolphins player Calvin Savage at the Chicago Tigers in MiLC – and Texas Super Kings in MLC.

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Chetty scored 12 in Texas Super Kings’ 17-run win over MI New York at Grand Prairie Stadium on Tuesday.

Texas totalled 154 for seven in 20 overs on the back of opener Devon Conway‘s 74. South Africa’s Faf du Plessis and David Miller scored eight and 17, respectively.

Australian seamer Daniel Sams took two wickets in MI New York’s response of 137 for eight in 20 overs. Former Proteas seamer Rusty Theron was also in Texas’ bowling attack.

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