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    Cricket's Plunket Shield starts with only those involved in the Caribbean and Indian Premier Leagues or English county cricket having played since March

    Cricket's Plunket Shield starts in half an hour, with only those involved in the Caribbean and Indian Premier Leagues or English county cricket having played since March


    Rather than any overseas assignment, Wellington pace bowler Hamish Bennett opted for a standard off-season staple.



    Matt Henry and Tom Latham will feature for Canterbury, but a calf injury will keep Henry Nicholls out.

    Northern Districts and Central also start today in Hamilton.

    Auckland and Otago begin tomorrow.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Cricket News
     05 Dec: Fine weather's expected for the majority of the day in Hamilton as New Zealand begin their mission to eke out 20 West Indies wickets
     05 Dec: New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson's explained where he wants his bowlers to deliver on the third day of the first test against the West Indies in Hamilton
     05 Dec: Controversy's taken to the crease in India's 11-run win in the opening Twenty20 cricket international against Australia in Canberra
     04 Dec: New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson may have made his highest test score of 251 today but he has a more important milestone on the horizon
     04 Dec: The West Indies have reached 49 without loss to survive to stumps on the second day of the first cricket test against New Zealand in Hamilton after the hosts declared at 519 for seven after tea
     03 Dec: New Zealand's warded off an early barrage to reach 62 for one in the opening two hours of the first cricket test against the West Indies
     03 Dec: How have the New Zealand batsmen coped with the prospect of facing 2.01 metre West Indian captain Jason Holder on an emerald green pitch today in the opening cricket test at Hamilton?
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