Daniel Flynn, the Kiwi cricketer, is one of those players who failed to play a lot of international cricket despite having a stretched career. He only played represented Blackcaps in 24 Tests, 20 ODIs and 5 T20Is while plying his trade for 16 long years. Nevertheless, his domestic record was good enough to make him finish as the second-highest run-getter for Northern Districts in first-class cricket.
Reflecting back on his career, the left-hander expressed satisfaction. He added that he was blessed to be surrounded by good people who supported him through thick and thin. Furthermore, Flynn said that this iconic game made him learn a lot both on and off the field.
“Representing your country is the ultimate goal for any cricketer; it’s what you dream of as a kid, so to have achieved it is something I look back on with immense satisfaction. Moreover, I was braced by the people I played alongside. They aren’t just cricketers, but good people,” said Daniel Flynn.