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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The White Ferns will make changes to a winning formula

    The White Ferns will make changes to a winning formula

    The New Zealand women's cricket team have their final one day international against Ireland in Clontarf tonight, before attentions turn to a Twenty20 tri-series against South Africa and England starting next week.

    Coach Haidee Tiffen says having convincingly won the first two games against Ireland, they need everyone to be match ready.

    First ball's scheduled for 10:30pm.

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