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    Former Black Caps batter Colin Munro has retired from international cricket with a heavy heart

    Former Black Caps batter Colin Munro has retired from international cricket with a heavy heart


    Munro was excited to be sounded out about playing in next month's Twenty20 World Cup, especially as three of New Zealand's four group matches are in Trinidad - where he's spent seven seasons playing in the Caribbean Premier League.

    The 37-year-old left-hander was gutted to be left out after getting his hopes up... but he's moving on.



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