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  •   Home > News > National

    Wellington wicket keeper Finn Allen is relieved to have his opening Super Smash outing with the gloves under his belt

    Wellington wicket keeper Finn Allen is relieved to have his opening Super Smash outing with the gloves under his belt


    The Firebirds have taken a comfortable 27-run victory over the Kings in Christchurch.

    Allen smacked 57 and made a stumping with the gloves, taking the duties with Tom Blundell and Devon Conway on international duty or unavailable.



    In the women's competition, the Blaze downed the Magicians by 44 runs.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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