A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: I still want to learn from the best of the best, says Kyle Mills

Mills sees no reason as to why he cannot improve his bowling even further

Despite being 34-years-old, New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Mills believes he can still improve his bowling a whole lot and is thankful to have been working alongside the best of the best in the past few weeks.

Mills recently represented the Auckland Aces in the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) and had the opportunity to get some pointers from Zimbabwe pace legend Heath Streak.

Stuff.co.nz quoted Mills as saying: “I really enjoyed working with him, being a seam bowler and someone I could talk to about how he went about his game etc.”

Mills will now be able to work with former team-mate Shane Bond, who has been hired as New Zealand’s new bowling coach, and Sri Lanka pace great Chaminda Vaas, who has come in to help develop and train many of the young left-arm seamers in the squad.

“When you get the opportunity to work with guys like that you take it. I’m a guy who’s always looking to improve my cricket,” Mills added.

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