Colin Munro is one of the fiercest hitters of a cricket ball in the shortest format of the game. When on song, the swashbuckling southpaw can take down any bowling attack in the world.
Munro has three T20 hundreds to his name in international cricket and is one of the most sought after cricketers in franchise cricket.
But the southpaw, who endured a horrendous World Cup campaign last year [125 runs in six games] is now looking to focus on his future after having missed out on a central contract earlier this year.
“I missed out on a contract for New Zealand this year. It sort of shows me that they chose other players ahead of me in one day cricket and that’s acceptable. It’s time for me now to also start looking after myself and my family and what the best decision that is moving forward,” Colin Munro was quoted as saying by cricket.com.
‘Probably got another two years of good cricket in me’- Colin Munro
Munro, 33, reckoned that he is looking to play as much Twenty20 cricket as he can in the 12-13 months and reassess his position after the end of next year.
”I am 33, probably got another two years of good cricket in me and then I can reassess my goals after that. So try to play as much T20 cricket as I can over the next little while and see where that puts me on at the end of next year,” Munro added.
Munro is currently plying his trade for the Trinbago Knight Riders in CPL 2020. The southpaw scored a 7-ball 17 in TKR’s four-wicket win in the tournament opener.