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Ross Taylor feels captaincy came a bit early in his career

Ross Taylor feels captaincy came a bit early in his career

India Blooms News Service | | 16 Jun 2016, 03:13 pm
Hamilton, June 16 (IBNS): Former New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor feels that captaincy came too early in his career.

"Until you do the job, you don't realise how much there is involved in it. Your brain is ticking the whole time. The only time you aren't thinking cricket is when you aren't playing. And with the amount of cricket being played now, that's not very often," Taylor was quoted as saying by stuff.co.nz.

"I always thought I could do it but it came a couple of years before I was ready. I was just getting into a bit of form and then had the added responsibility of being captain," he said.

He said he enjoyed the role as the captain of the national side.

"I enjoyed captaincy, it brought the best out of my game, but it's an unrewarding job. Heath Mills, from the New Zealand Players Association, always said it was unrewarding. He was right," he said.