“We’re really disappointed for Sean that he won’t get the opportunity on this occasion to test himself at a higher level,” Gavin Larsen, the manager of the New Zealand A set-up said.
“Sean is an exciting player and we were were looking forward to seeing him get the chance to step up. To be ruled out just before the start of the series is very unlucky,” he added.
Sean Solia, the Auckland all-rounder, has been ruled out of New Zealand A’s five-match One-Day series against India A due to a left hamstring injury. Colin de Grandhomme will replace Solia in the squad.
Glenn Phillips, the top-order wicketkeeper-batsman, has joined the New Zealand A set-up, replacing Jeet Raval who took part in the unofficial Tests against India A.