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    The men's Black Sticks have bounced back from their first test loss to hammer Japan 6-3 in the second test in Stratford

    The men's Black Sticks have bounced back from their first test loss to hammer Japan 6-3 in the second test in Stratford


    Kane Russell scored four goals and captain Blair Tarrant says they improved drastically from Thursday night's performance.



    The third test is on Monday night.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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