Otago has its nose in front halfway through its Plunket
Shield match against Wellington in the capital.
New Zealand almost wasted a superb bowling effort to bumble
their way to a three-wicket victory over Scotland in their
cricket World Cup Pool A match in Dunedin today.
As Ross Dykes nears the end of his innings with Otago
cricket, the soon-to-be-retired chief executive is lapping up
the World Cup without the usual responsibility of playing
For someone who is more comfortable dancing down the wicket
and smashing the ball over extra cover, Brendon McCullum can
sure play a straight bat.
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