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    With the entrees now complete, focus has turned towards the main course for the White Ferns ahead of their Twenty20 world cup campaign in the Caribbean

    With the entrees now complete, focus has turned towards the main course for the White Ferns ahead of their Twenty20 world cup campaign in the Caribbean


    New Zealand have wrapped up their preparations with a seven-wicket loss to the West Indies after beating Sri Lanka in their first hit-out earlier in the week.

    The White Ferns first game of the tournament is against India overnight, and coach Haidee Tiffen says they have to learn from the past two matches.



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