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    Black Caps opener Devon Conway feels the injury that ended his summer of cricket was a blessing in disguise

    Black Caps opener Devon Conway feels the injury that ended his summer of cricket was a blessing in disguise


    He's among the first group of players travelling to the Caribbean ahead of next week's T20 World Cup, returning from a thumb injury suffered while keeping wicket during a T20 against Australia in February.

    Conway is grateful for the injury break, given his busy schedule in recent times.



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