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Rotorua fan stopping at nothing to watch the Black Caps in the Cricket World Cup final

New Zealand Herald Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Rotorua fan stopping at nothing to watch the Black Caps in the Cricket World Cup finalHuddled in a tent in the middle of National Park, a British-born Kiwi cricket coach will stop at nothing to watch the World Cup final.New Zealand will face England tomorrow after the Black Caps' stunning win against India in the...
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Blackcaps batsman Henry Nicholls, who picked up a hamstring injury in the semi-final, is looking fit for the Cricket World Cup final says, coach Gary Stead.

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