A first-class cricket player, sitting as a viewer during the International Cricket Council World Cup tie between Bangladesh and Scotland, has dropped a remunerative one million dollar worth one-handed catch in Nelson. Marty Kain all-rounder of Central Stags, who took a marvelous one-handed catch previous month during a domestic match, was aiming for a potential one million prize as he participated in the Catch-a-Million vying.
Stuff.co.nz reported that focusing on his dropped catch, Marty Kain said that he only got a touch on the ball, and also added that it just got big on him at the end, persisting that he was not practiced to really catching on hills and had eight opponent there.
The contest instigated by Tui brewery, would see the catchers being added to a prize pool where they could divide up to one million dollars. The lowest guaranteed prize pool is 250,000 million dollars and it would fatten if New Zealand advance in the championship. If the Brendon McCullum-led team advances to the quarterfinals, the prize pool would be 350,000 million dollars and a semifinal berth would gain the prize money to 500,000 million dollars. While a final mien would net 750,000, winning the Cup would increase it to one million dollars.
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