White a happy man as Steelbacks bounce back strongly
White was at the forefront of the victory with an assured 65 in the successful chase of Kent’s 188-7 and he had words of praise for the bowling attack.
He said: “I think it was set up by the bowlers who did a pretty good job as Kent had the best of the batting conditions and it was as a good effort to restrict them to a score that we could chase down.”
That was followed by, the last few overs aside, a relatively clinical performance with the bat that was dominated by a third-wicket stand of 132 between White and Kyle Coetzer who made 90.
White added: “Kyle and I were talking all the way through about how it would be difficult for any new batsmen to start and the ball was geting a bit dark by the end so it was nice to put on a few with Kyle who batted brilliantly.”
“We knew that we had to win all three and we know that each one os a big game. We won’t underestimate Holland who have got a few good players,” he said.
“I’ve played against some of them in Australia and they beat Warwickshire the other day so they’ve definitely got to be respected.”