Bollinger ‘couldn’t ask for

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - -

Doug Bollinger may not have played as much golf as he hoped dur­ing his time with Kent but the Aus­tralian pace­man has no com­plaints, Mid­dle­sex in the Royal Lon­don One-Day Cup at the Spit­fire Ground, St Lawrence last Wed­nes­day, was in the plan. He said: “I always play to win so you could say they (Mid­dle­sex) gate-crashed the go­ing away party. “But at least I got Bucky (Aus­tralian Test and Mid­dle­sex opener Chris Rogers) out so I’ll re­mind him of that when I see him next! “A win would have been a great way to sign off but you can’t write your own script.” Bollinger flew home last week­end to start his prepa­ra­tions to play for the Ho­bart Hur­ri­canes in next month’s Cham­pi­ons League T20 tour­na­ment in In­dia. Ho­bart qual­i­fied for the event af­ter fin­ish­ing sec­ond in Aus­tralia’s do­mes­tic T20 com­pe­ti­tion – the Big Bash League – last sea­son. But while he was look­ing for­ward to that – he loves tour­ing In­dia – Bollinger, who has played

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