Eighteen months ago, Jimmy Neesham was trying to convince farmers to buy iPads. Today, he is preparing to play in a World Cup semi-final. And that is merely one part of the story of what might be cricket's most interesting man, who uses Twitter to air his views on President Trump and climate change, and has also sat a university exam during New Zealand's run to the last four. The all-rounder was good enough to make centuries in each of his first two Tests. In this World Cup, he has a score of 97 not out and a five-

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