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    Maddy Green's hoping to continue her dominant run against Ireland

    Maddy Green's hoping to continue her dominant run against Ireland


    The White Ferns batswoman has scored 171 runs in the first two one day internationals against the Irish, with the third in Clontarf tonight.

    With a Twenty20 series against England and South Africa and ODIs against England to come, Green says she wants to find a way to be consistent.

    She says a big area of her game where she's hoping to continue to development is the mental side.

    First ball's scheduled for 10:30pm.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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