Tred­well plans to make mark

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - -

Kent spin­ner James Tred­well ad­mit­ted he was dis­ap­pointed to be left out of the Eng­land side at the start of the ODI se­ries Down Un­der but has vowed to fin­ish the se­ries on a high. The for­mer Kent skip­per made his first com­pet­i­tive ap­pear­ance of Eng­land’s tour Down Un­der as the Aus­tralians clinched the se­ries by win­ning the third ODI in Syd­ney by seven wick­ets on Sun­day. The 31-year-old said: “It was a bit dis­ap­point­ing not to play the first two. I guess I didn’t help my­self at the back end of the English sum­mer where there were a cou­ple of games when I got tar­geted.” He added: “Over the pe­riod I wasn’t in Aus­tralia with the Test squad, I worked on things, some dif­fer­ent plans and was look­ing for­ward to putting those into prac­tice. Hope­fully, over the next cou­ple of games, I get the op­por­tu­nity.” With Eng­land seek­ing to avoid another white­wash, the fourth ODI is at Perth on Fri­day morn­ing (3.20am) with the fi­nal clash at Ade­laide on Sun­day. A three-match t20 se­ries fol­lows, start­ing in Ho­bart next Wed­nes­day.

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