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    New Zealand's warded off an early barrage to reach 62 for one in the opening two hours of the first cricket test against the West Indies

    New Zealand's warded off an early barrage to reach 62 for one in the opening two hours of the first cricket test against the West Indies


    Andrew Alderson reports from Seddon Park.



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