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Kiwi company takes hi-tech scoring to England's cricket greens

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 24 March 2019
Kiwi company takes hi-tech scoring to England's cricket greensAs the Northern Hemisphere summer begins, up to 2000 cricket clubs throughout England and Wales will don whites, toss a coin and strap on their pads. But the tradition of teams swapping scorebooks is quickly becoming something of...
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