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    New Zealand Cricket doesn't regret sending the Black Caps to Pakistan

    New Zealand Cricket doesn't regret sending the Black Caps to Pakistan


    The New Zealand cricket side are in Dubai following their departure from Pakistan and the cancellation of their limited overs tour.

    They are undergoing a 24 hour isolation in their hotel.

    NZC chief executive David White says despite the circumstances, he's comfortable with their initial decision.



    24 players will return to New Zealand in the coming days, while the rest of the squad will link up with the Twenty20 side ahead of the World Cup starting on October 17.

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