McLean might not be known for his consistency, but he could provide the West Indies with some much-needed firepower.Updated: Jan 29, 2003 23:59 IST
McLean might not be known for his consistency, but he could provide the West Indies with some much-needed firepower.
The seamer made his one-day international debut in December 1996 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, where
he notched up two for 33.
His record in the limited form of the game remains unspectacular with an average in the mid-30s from
over 40 appearances, and best figures of three for 21.
But his impressive displays in South African provincial cricket with KwaZulu-Natal have seen him
earn a place in the World Cup squad.
His experience on South African soil may prove vital to the West Indies.
McLean has also proved to be a useful tailender and can often chip in with valuable runs.
First Published: Jan 24, 2003 21:26 IST