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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    Wickets galore in the opening session of the second round of cricket's Plunket Shield

    Wickets galore in the opening session of the second round of cricket's Plunket Shield


    Canterbury have claimed four Wellington wickets, including that of Devon Conway to have the visitors sitting at 79 for four at lunch at Hagley Oval.

    Central Districts have reduced Auckland to 61 for four at Eden Park Outer Oval.

    Doug Bracewell and Seth Rance have both taken two wickets.

    Northern Districts have pushed through to 99 for three at lunch against Otago in Mount Maunganui.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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