How's this for a meaningless statistic: New Zealand have won
all four of their T20 matches against India.
There is no guarantee the internationals will come flooding
in, but the Otago Cricket Association is going ahead with its
$750,000 upgrade of the embankments at the University Oval.
Otago will be without leading batsman Neil Broom for its
Plunket Shield match against competition frontrunner Auckland
beginning at the University Oval today.
Black Caps wannabe Jesse Ryder has added an unwanted entry
into his cricket scorebook.
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