Auckland are in the box seat to take the opening Plunket
Shield match of the new season, needing 203 runs with a full
complement of batsmen in tomorrow's final day.
Scars re-opened on a dusty pitch in Bulawayo in August bled
profusely on day three of the first test against Pakistan as
Australia's batsmen showed a familiar vulnerability to tight
spin bowling on slow wickets.
Jesse Ryder's chances of making the World Cup squad are all
Otago rolled Scotland and Ireland earlier this week and now
has its sights set on Central Districts.
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