Players prioritising T20 leagues hardly a Boult from the blue

NEW DELHI, Aug 11 (Reuters) – Trent Boult giving up his New Zealand Cricket contract is another sign of a revolution sweeping through the game — a change happening not at the leisurely pace of a test match but at the breakneck speed of a Twenty20 innings.A key figure in the teams that won the inaugural World Test Championship and finished runners-up in three limited overs World Cups, Boult will from now on have a “significantly reduced role” with the Black Caps. read more The left-arm quick requested the release from his contract so he could spend more time with his young family but, a New Zealand Cricket (NZC) statement said, the 33-year-old also wanted to make himself available for “domestic leagues”.