Karachi: New Zealand’s former cricketer Luke Ronchi will not be available for Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 6 due to his role as the national team’s batting coach.
Taking to Twitter, Ronchi informed that he will not be available for Islamabad United in the upcoming PSL season due to national duty.
“I would definitely been part of Islamabad United, had I not been occupied as NZ’s batting coach. I will be supporting my beloved Islamabad United in the PSL. I hope to be back in the future,” he wrote.
I would have definitely been part of @isbunited had I not been occupied as NZ’s batting coach. I will be supporting my beloved #ISLU in @thepslt20 and I hope to be back in the future. #RedForever #UnitedWeWin
— Luke Ronchi (@ronchi04) January 5, 2021
It must be noted here that Ronchi represented two-time PSL champions Islamabad United in three seasons from 2018-20 as a player and mentor. He had scored 1020 runs in 31 matches at an average of 36.42.