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Sport We're grown men': Lynn moves on from selection row

03:35  25 october  2019
03:35  25 october  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

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“ We ’re grown men and we sorted out our differences and we just move on from it,” Lynn told Chris Lynn has moved on from selection turmoil. Credit:AAP. Lynn has decided to focus more on “I’ m quite happy with my decisions and the pathway I’ ve taken and the emphasis is to own that decision

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Chris Lynn has moved on from selection turmoil.© AAP Chris Lynn has moved on from selection turmoil.

Chris Lynn insisted he has already moved on from his war of words with national selectors after he was overlooked for upcoming Twenty20 series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

The Big Bash superstar, who needs just three more runs to become the greatest run-scorer in the competition’s history, stated earlier in the week he was disappointed by the lack of communication from the powers that be regarding his non-selection, saying he found out about it on social media.

However, Australian coach Justin Langer was adamant it was made “crystal clear” to Lynn about where he sat in the pecking order, and the Brisbane Heat batsman said he cleared the air with chief selector Trevor Hohns on Thursday.

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“We’re grown men and we sorted out our differences and we just move on from it,” Lynn told RSN on Friday.

“At the end of the day, because I haven’t played any cricket, I was just itching to get out there.

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“I just want to get out and do what I love doing and that’s smacking the ball. So I wasn’t actually disappointed at all about being dropped, I kind of felt that was going to happen. But everyone’s piping up with their two cents and that’s just the world we live in.”

Lynn has decided to focus more on the lucrative global Twenty20 circuit recently than the Australian domestic scene, but he didn’t think that worked against him at the national selectors’ table.

“They [selectors] are in that role for a reason, they’re pretty switched on those blokes above so I don’t reckon I’d be forgotten,” Lynn said.

“Without playing as much domestic cricket, then you’re not putting your name up in lights as regular in front of Australian crowds and the media as such as much as you are when you’re playing domestic cricket.

“I’m quite happy with my decisions and the pathway I’ve taken and the emphasis is to own that decision and keep trying to score runs for whatever team I’m playing for.”

Lynn, who has played 18 T20Is and four ODIs for Australia, didn’t foresee himself opting against playing for his country in the future in favour of domestic T20 competitions around the world.

“I think any opportunity you get to represent your country you take,” he said.

“I think you’ve got to weigh up the options, obviously one - how your body is, two – the situation where you fit in the depth of Australian cricket if you get picked or not and that longevity there.

“But as a kid, I’ve always been an Australian cricket fan then I got the opportunity to play for the Australian cricket team, and then if I’m not in the side I’ll always be an Australian cricket fan, so you try and pounce at the opportunity if you do get selected.”

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