James Neesham, swashbuckling New Zealand all-rounder, has got to be one of the most funniest cricketers on social media. From posting witty responses to taking subtle digs, the New Zealand all-rounder has remained a class act on social media platforms.
James Neesham recently interacted with his fans on Twitter where he was asked a variety of questions including his views on him not getting a contract by the New Zealand Cricket Board [NZC].
“jimmy u haven’t been honored with the central contract from New Zealand Board this time around, Anything to say???, a fan asked James Neesham.
@JimmyNeesh jimmy u haven't been honoured with the central contract from New Zealand Board this time around, Anything to say ???
— Irfan Haider (@IrfanHa52177134) May 15, 2020
And, Neesham, who obviously has been awarded with the central contract, had the most hilarious of responses to the query where he asked the fan to probably fire his researchers.
“Yep, that you should probably fire your researchers,” Neesham replied.
Yep, that you should probably fire your researchers https://t.co/sIemKLUQpy
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) May 15, 2020
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James Neesham is a part of the recently announced central contract list by New Zealand Cricket Board
Another fan asked the Kiwi all-rounder to tell his real net worth in dollars. While many would have expected a hilarious response from Neesham, the all-rounder came up with a humble response this time around when he said that a person’s real worth is the friends that he makes along the way.
“The real net worth is the friends we make along the way,” Neesham replied to the tweet.
Meanwhile, James Neeshan was indeed awarded the central contract by the New Zealand Cricket Board (NZC). Alongside Neesham, the likes of Tom Blundell and Will Young have also retained their contracts after being added last year. Neesham was part of the 2019 World Cup final super-over where he stroked a brilliant six to almost win the game for his team.
The new entrants to the list are Kyle Jamieson, who had a breakout series against India, left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel and South African-born batsman Devon Conway. The likes of Colin Munro, Jeet Raval, and Todd Astle.
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