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    A chance for Black Caps newcomers to shine in tomorrow morning's first T20 against Pakistan at Rawalpindi

    A chance for Black Caps newcomers to shine in tomorrow morning's first T20 against Pakistan at Rawalpindi


    The team are without nine regulars - including Kane Williamson - due to the Indian Premier League, while others are injured or being rested.

    Black Caps batter Mark Chapman says it's an opportunity for others.



    No New Zealand broadcaster has yet purchased the rights to show tomorrow morning's game, which will otherwise be streamed on Youtube.

    First ball's at 2.30.

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     28 May: Black Caps manager Simon Insley will step down from his role after the upcoming Twenty20 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies and USA
     27 May: Black Caps opener Devon Conway feels the injury that ended his summer of cricket was a blessing in disguise
     23 May: Trent Boult's Rajasthan beat Lockie Ferguson's Bangalore to book spot in IPL preliminary final
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     Today's News

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    Rugby:
    A group of All Blacks will get back on the park this weekend for Super Rugby sides after layoffs 18:17

    Cricket:
    Australian cricket selector and fielding coach forced to play in Twenty20 World Cup warm-up 18:17

    Business:
    Smith and Caughey's chair says a culmination of issues are forcing them to shut up shop 18:07

    Environment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Rugby League:
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    Law and Order:
    Police are asking for information - with serious concerns about a 41-year-old tourist from China, missing in Christchurch 16:57

    Entertainment:
    Kerry Katona "can't cope" as her children have started to move out 16:47


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