The big-hitting batsman has bee left out the the Black Caps’ World Cup squad.
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Jesse Ryder’s World Cup hopes are over after he was left out of the Black Caps’ 30-man provisional squad for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
The squad will be trimmed to 15 in a month’s time, but Ryder cannot earn selection with the final team coming from the pool of 30 players.
Ryder hurt his chances of being selected in the squad after pulling out of the New Zealand A tour of the United Arab Emirates.
The Northern Knights provide the heaviest representation in the 30-man squad with eight players, followed by the Auckland Aces and Canterbury with six apiece, the Otago Volts with four; and the Wellington Firebirds and the Central Stags – each with three.
NEW ZEALAND SQUAD:
Corey Anderson (Northern Knights)
Hamish Bennett (Canterbury)
Trent Boult (Northern Knights)
Doug Bracewell (Central Stags)
Neil Broom (Canterbury)
Dean Brownlie (Northern Knights)
Colin de Grandhomme (Auckland Aces)
Anton Devcich (Northern Knights)
Grant Elliott (Wellington Firebirds)
Andrew Ellis (Canterbury)
James Franklin (Wellington Firebirds)
Martin Guptill (Auckland Aces)
Matt Henry (Canterbury)
Roneel Hira (Canterbury)
Tom Latham (Canterbury)
Mitchell McClenaghan (Auckland Aces)
Brendon McCullum (Otago Volts)
Nathan McCullum (Otago Volts)
Kyle Mills (Auckland Aces)
Adam Milne (Central Stags)
Colin Munro (Auckland Aces)
James Neesham (Otago Volts)
Rob Nicol (Auckland Aces)
Luke Ronchi (Wellington Firebirds)
Hamish Rutherford (Otago Volts)
Tim Southee (Northern Knights)
Ross Taylor (Central Stags)
Daniel Vettori (Northern Knights)
BJ Watling (Northern Knights)
Kane Williamson (Northern Knights)