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    Can you throw, hit and catch?

    Can you throw, hit and catch?


    Perhaps the job of White Ferns assistant cricket coach is for you.

    Those are some of the pre-requisites for the gig, as well as quote "massive enthusiasm", "fantastic interpersonal skills" and "an outgoing personality" to support coach Ben Sawyer.

    You'll also need a holistic approach to the development of White Ferns as great people as well as players.

    Former Black Caps Jacob Oram, Matthew Bell and Dean Brownlie have been involved in different iterations of the role of late.

    The White Ferns next series is away against England in June.

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