Chris PRINGLE

Chris Pringle - New Zealand - Test Record

Photo/Foto: Nigel French

Date: 07 May 1994

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    • POSITION
      Right Arm Fast-medium, Right Hand Bat
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Friday, 26 January 1968
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Auckland, New Zealand
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • New Zealand
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Chris PRINGLE - New Zealand - Test Record

Date Test Venue Opp. 1st Inns 2nd Inns Batting Ct Result
10/10/90 1 Karachi Pak 25-3-68-1 dnb 0 & 20 0 Lost
18/10/90 2 Lahore Pak 31-6-112-1 7-4-10-0 9 & 7 0 Lost
26/10/90 3 Faisalabad Pak 16-5-52-7 43-12-100-4 24* & 0 0 Lost
31/01/91 1 Wellington SL 31-4-116-0 dnb 0 & dnb 0 Draw
22/02/91 2 Hamilton SL 20-5-64-2 12-2-46-0 9 & dnb 0 Draw
18/01/92 1 Christchurch Eng 36-4-127-3 dnb 6 & 5* 0 Lost
06/12/92 2 Colombo SL 32-7-85-1 2-1-5-0 0 & 23 0 Lost
24/02/94 3 Christchurch Pak 33-6-83-1 17-3-41-0 0 & dnb 1 Won
19/03/94 1 Hamilton Ind 22.3-8-52-2 12-2-29-1 18 & dnb 0 Draw
16/06/94 2 Lord's Eng 23-5-65-1 16-5-41-1 14 & dnb 0 Draw
30/06/94 3 Manchester Eng 39-12-95-1 dnb 0 & dnb 1 Draw
26/12/94 2 Durban SA 15-5-23-0 dnb 0 & 6* 0 Lost
02/01/95 3 Cape Town SA 28-5-69-1 dnb 30 & 0* 1 Lost
18/03/95 2 Dunedin SL 15-1-51-3 22-8-55-0 4 & dnb 0 Draw
 

 
Summary of all matches
M Runs HS Ave 100s 50s W BB Ave 5w Ct
14 175 30 10.29 0 0 30 7-52 46.30 1 3

 

This picture of New Zealand's Chris Pringle was also taken by Nigel French on May 7th. 1994. © G.H.

 

 

Seam bowler Chris Pringle went with friends to Headingley to watch a one day international between New Zealand and England - and found himself playing. New Zealand were already hit by injuries, with Danny Morrison and Jonathan Millmow out of action, so when Martin Snedden was taken ill on the morning of the match they lost no time in asking Pringle if he had brought his kit. In 1989 he had been breaking records for Stroud in the Western League and in 1990 had started in similar vein in the Bradford League. His emergency efforts got him a trip to Pakistan in 1990-91 and he made his debut in Karachi. In Faisalabad he took 7-52 and 4-100. His debut in New Zealand was against Sri Lanka in Wellington. In 1991-92 he took 3-127 against England in Christchurch. After a spell out of the Test side he returned against Pakistan in Christchurch in 1993-94, when he also played against India. He played at Lord's and Old Trafford on the 1994 tour of England, but only took three wickets in the series. On the South African tour of 1994-95 he played in the Tests at Durban and Cape Town. Against Sri Lanka at Dunedin in the same season he took 3-51. Pringle, medium fast with a somewhat uncoordinated action, made his first class debut for Auckland in 1989-90. In the only ODI on the 1994 tour of England he took 5-45. He also took 4-27 against Ireland in Comber. (Bob Harragan)