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    Eight women have been offered the first New Zealand Cricket domestic development contracts

    Eight women have been offered the first New Zealand Cricket domestic development contracts


    The deals form part of the new women's master agreement.

    The contracts give NZC high performance coaches a chance to work with the next generation to identify potential.

    The eight will receive financial and logistical support and are required to attend extra camps.

    CRICKET COVERAGE WITH RESENE - NEW ZEALAND'S MOST TRUSTED PAINT BRAND

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Steve Martin and Martin Short have rescheduled their 'The Funniest Show In Town...At The Moment' tour dates 8:45

    Business:
    The free trades training for the next two and a half years 8:17

    Entertainment:
    Duchess Meghan has been secretly working with an animal charity amid the Covid-19 pandemic 8:15

    Business:
    A construction company disagrees with ASB figures which expect demand to fall in the coming months 8:07

    International:
    For Americans overseas, it's a helpless time watching the country deal with coronavirus and protests 7:57

    Business:
    Confirmation this morning that seven Bunnings operations will close 7:57

    Rugby:
    Super Rugby Aotearoa will introduce new laws when the sport returns next week 7:47

    Entertainment:
    Millie Mackintosh has shared the first picture of her daughter on Instagram 7:45

    Rugby League:
    English Premier League football clubs have been given permission to play friendlies with strict protocols as they prepare for the restart of England's top-flight season on June 17 7:37

    Environment:
    A dry winter could cause problems down the line for Canterbury 7:27


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