Unchanged Volts side for one-dayer

Opener Hamish Rutherford is bound to play a central role for the Volts in this season’s Super...
Otago will take an unchanged squad from its opening Super Smash loss into its first game in the third format of domestic cricket.

The Volts have named the same squad that was beaten by Central in the T20 opener in Dunedin on Sunday for tomorrow’s 50-over game against Wellington at the Basin Reserve.

There is still no place for fast bowler Michael Rae, who is sidelined with a hamstring injury.

After the Ford Trophy game tomorrow, Otago will head from Wellington to Hamilton for a Super Smash game against the rechristened Northern Brave on Friday.

The Otago Sparks are also playing their Brave equivalent at Seddon Park.


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