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    A potentially costly decision not to review an lbw shout for the Black Caps, on day two of the opening cricket test against Bangladesh in Mount Maunganui

    A potentially costly decision not to review an lbw shout for the Black Caps, on day two of the opening cricket test against Bangladesh in Mount Maunganui


    Seamer Neil Wagner literally had no joy convincing his teammates Mahmudul Hasan Joy was plumb lbw on 20 at 44 for one.

    Joy has since moved to 70 not out with the visitors 175 for two, a deficit of 153 runs.

    Wagner took both wickets and looked the most attacking of the hosts' bowlers.



    Auckland's Katie Perkins is gearing up for a record-breaking day in domestic cricket's Hallyburton Johnstone Shield.

    Up against Wellington, the 33-year-old will make her 119th appearance for Auckland in the 50-over competition.



    Chelsea and Liverpool have finished all-square in a thrilling English Premier League match.

    The Blues have come from 2-nil down to draw 2-all.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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