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    Silver Ferns skipper Gina Crampton concedes her side was outplayed by the Aotearoa Men in their third and final match

    Silver Ferns skipper Gina Crampton concedes her side was outplayed by the Aotearoa Men in their third and final match


    The Ferns have been beaten 57-53 in Wellington.

    The men won the first three quarters, and they managed to hold off a late comeback from the Ferns, who won the last quarter 15-11.

    Crampton says the men came out firing, and they couldn't match their energy.



    The Ferns win the series 2-1.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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