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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The times are a-changing in the White Ferns contract ranks

    The times are a-changing in the White Ferns contract ranks


    Six new players are on the 17-strong list with Auckland trio Fran Jonas, Molly Penfold and Izzy Gaze, Northern Districts' Nensi Patel, Otago's Eden Carson and Wellington's Georgia Plimmer selected.

    They have until June 3 to accept.

    The Canterbury trio of Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu and Frankie Mackay, and Wellington duo Leigh Kasperek and Thamsyn Newton have missed out - Katey Martin was not considered after retiring.

    NEWSTALK ZB'S INTERNATIONAL CRICKET COVERAGE WITH GENERAL FINANCE DOT CO DOT ENZED. FOR GREAT SECURED TERM DEPOSIT RATES

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