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    The Silver Ferns could put a different looking team on court in tonight's second test against England in Hamilton

    The Silver Ferns could put a different looking team on court in tonight's second test against England in Hamilton


    Midcourter Whitney Souness played just six minutes in the opening win, while debutant Monica Falkner only had three and defender Kelly Jury didn't get any game time.

    Assistant coach Reinga Bloxham says they have options.



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