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    A touch of whiplash for the Black Caps as they move on from the Twenty20 World Cup

    A touch of whiplash for the Black Caps as they move on from the Twenty20 World Cup


    A day on from the defeat in the final to Australia, they're in India building up to the start of the T20 series on Thursday morning.

    Paceman Trent Boult says they've had a bit of time to digest the result...



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     24 Jan: Quinton de Kock has hammered a century as South Africa completed a clean sweep of their three-match one-day international series against India with a tense four-run win at Newlands
     24 Jan: Canterbury will have their scouting hats on for this this afternoon's twenty20 Super Smash fixture between Wellington and the Northern Brave
     23 Jan: It's a case of behind closed doors for New Zealand sport as long as the country is at the red traffic light setting
     23 Jan: England's Twenty20 tour of Barbados has begun with a nine-wicket loss to the West Indies
     23 Jan: Domestic cricket's T20 Super Smash continues today..
     22 Jan: An open invitation for essential workers to head to Eden Park
     22 Jan: South Africa have beaten India by seven wickets in their second one day cricket international at Boland Park
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