Why couldn’t his parents call him James? I would’ve. The former policeman is back – which is great news for New Zealand cricket, as they’ve missed his cutting-edge. One minor point though is his age – he’s 30. Bowlers are supposed to reach their prime aged 29-33 (I think?), but only if they’ve been long-established in their 20s. So, although age is against him, he still has an opportunity to lead their pace-attack for a few years.