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    How will women's Cricket World Cup teams cope if they experience a spate of Covid-19 cases?

    How will women's Cricket World Cup teams cope if they experience a spate of Covid-19 cases?


    The tournament in New Zealand begins in exactly 35 days and is set to go ahead with the country at the red traffic light setting.

    To counter Covid cases in camps, the likes of the A-league and Australian NBL have utilised replacement players, while Super Rugby teams are training with larger squads.

    Cricket World Cup tournament director Andrea Nelson knows that's near-impossible with international teams, but hopes they can work around it.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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