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Hinds, Magicians, ND stay unbeaten

The Central Hinds go top in the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield with big back-to-back victories over the Auckland Hearts in the first two rounds of the women's one-day season

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Hinds score a 10-wicket victory

It was Central station at Pukekura Park with another quick victory for the top of the table Hinds against the embattled defending champions

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Blaze, Northern trade centuries

A second Hallyburton Johnstone Shield for the Blaze's Jess McFadyen was trumped by a maiden Brooke Halliday ton as Northern Districts made it a clean sweep for the weekend

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Magic season start for Mags

Canterbury turned in a perfect card for the opening weekend of Hallyburton Johnstone Shield, pocketing another bonus point from the weekend's twin wins against hosts the Otago Sparks

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Record-setting start to season

Contrasting records - for highest and lowest team totals, and a new partnership record - fell in two of three matchs on a dramatic opening day of the women's season

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Record bowling performance opens Hinds summer

The Central Hinds’ season is off to a flier at Pukekura Park after a sensational record victory against injury-hit defending one-day champions the Auckland Hearts

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Basin nailbiter!

A real arm wrestle of a game between Wellington Blaze and Northern Districts saw their opening match of 2020/21 go right down to the wire

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Magic start for Canterbury

Tons to senior players Frankie Mackay and Kate Ebrahim - in her comeback match - ensured a total that would be too much for the Sparks to chase down

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Shield Fever!

After one of the great all-time one-day Grand Finals last summer, the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield is set to start all over again this weekend

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Jackson Latham replaces Andrew Hazeldine for season

Canterbury's Andrew Hazeldine has been ruled out of the 2020/21 season after a cancer diagnosis

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Canterbury takes half-time lead

Undefeated after four rounds, Canterbury will take the Plunket Shield championship lead into 2021 when the back half of New Zealand's first-class Domestic season resumes in March

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Could Canterbury go clear?

Canterbury headed into the midway mark of the Plunket Shield championship hissing like a train at the top of the table. Would it be advantage red and black in the last round before Christmas?

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Battle of the Basin

The Auckland Aces headed into the halfway mark of the championship sitting second on the table, with a chance of going top. The Firebirds had other ideas with Devon Conway and Michael Bracewell going big in a marathon partnership

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Sink or swim at Saxton

After last week's soggy abandonment, the sun came out at Saxton Oval ready for the Central Stags and Northern Districts to do battle, both sides keen to get lift off from a midtable log-jam

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Squish, squish

A wet week at Saxton Oval spells frustration for the Central Stags and Auckland Aces

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Victorious Volts!

Neither defending champions the Wellington Firebirds nor the Otago Volts have celebrated victory yet this Plunket Shield season. That was all about to change at the Basin with one of the rarest modes of dismissal in the game...

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Will Williams does it again!

The Canterbury paceman grabs his second consecutive first-class bag, then Fraser Sheat swoops for nine in the match as undefeated Canterbury opens up a big lead at the top of the Plunket Shield table

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Plunket Shield 25% Loaded

A quarter of the way into the first-class championship, we’ve seen six five-wicket bags, seven centuries and New Zealand’s 43rd first-class hat-trick! And guess who's leading the run charts again?

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Adam Milne to play in Big Bash

Central Stags speedster Adam Milne has been granted a contract release by Central Districts Cricket to sign for the Sydney Thunder where he will be reunited with former BLACKCAPS bowling coach Shane Bond

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Kyle Jamieson hat-trick in clutch win

The celebrations keep coming for big BLACKCAP Kyle Jamieson as he snared a first-class hat-trick, and yet another bag, in a tight win against the Central Stags

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