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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The Silver Ferns won't have a chance to end their Constellation Cup drought this year, with the trans-Tasman series abandoned for 2020

    The Silver Ferns won't have a chance to end their Constellation Cup drought this year, with the trans-Tasman series abandoned for 2020


    Quarantine issues either side of the ditch make it too difficult to hold, while as Ferns coach Noeline Taurua explains, Australia is battling player welfare issues from Super Netball.





    It's hoped England may travel down to New Zealand for a series before the year is out, while two Constellation Cups are expected to be staged in 2020.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Cricket News
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     22 Oct: The sun is shining at the Eden Park Outer Oval, but the Auckland men's cricket team's celebrations will be suppressed
     20 Oct: A spot of history in the Plunket Shield match underway today between Auckland and Otago at Eden Park's outer oval
     19 Oct: Rachin Ravindra's scored the first runs of the Plunket Shield cricket season
     19 Oct: Cricket's Plunket Shield starts with only those involved in the Caribbean and Indian Premier Leagues or English county cricket having played since March
     18 Oct: Wellington pace bowler Hamish Bennett insists they're just happy to be back on the field, regardless of who they're playing to open the domestic season
     14 Oct: Australia cricket coach Justin Langer admits he is worried about two national teams embarking on separate tours
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