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Lou Vincent: I am a cheat

Disgraced former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent has broken his silence and admitted that he is a cheat.
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Auckland make Otago pay at Eden Park

Bowling first sometimes brings rewards but on other occasions it can lead to long days in the field.
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CD battle, but get home for three-wicket win

Central Districts made heavy going of their target of 70 runs to beat Northern Districts in Napier on Saturday.
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Big stand boosts Wellington

Auckland spent a long day in the field after choosing to bowl first in Wellington at the Basin Reserve and by the end of it Wellington were 337-6 at the end of the first day of the latest round of Plunket Shield matches on Thursday.
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CD end miserable campaign winless

Central Districts finished the HRV Cup without a win from their 10 games, losing to Auckland by 33 runs in their last game on Tuesday.
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ND's Flynn makes Auckland pay

Auckland got little change for their decision to ask Northern Districts to bat first at Eden Park's Outer Oval in Plunket Shield play on Friday.
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Canterbury extend lead in Plunket Shield

Canterbury strengthened their hold on the Plunket Shield lead when beating Northern Districts at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Sunday.
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Guptill tunes up for ODI series

Martin Guptill got within 10 runs of his highest score when hitting 185 for Auckland to help set up an enthralling final day in Auckland's game with Central Districts in Napier, while also demonstrating his readiness for New Zealand's one-day series with the West Indies.
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CD build strong position in Napier

Peter Tregor and Kruger van Wyk combined in a double-century stand in Central Districts' middle-order to put their side in a strong position at Nelson Park in Napier after batting first against Auckland.
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Canterbury in control, Otago under pressure

Northern Districts are firmly in control of their Plunket Shield encounter against Otago while Canterbury, too, are dominating proceedings in their encounter with Wellington.
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Canterbury maintain dominance

Canterbury will head into day three of their Plunket Shield match against Wellington with a comfortable lead of 285 runs despite an ominous collapse in the middle order.
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Bennett celebrates as Canterbury rock Wellington

Hamish Bennett had cause for double celebration as he sent Wellington's world crashing around their ears in their Plunket Shield match at Rangiora on Wednesday.
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ND up to second place in Plunket Shield

Northern Districts breezed to a seven-wicket win over Central Districts in Hamilton on Thursday, earning a day off in the process.
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Northern close in on emphatic win

Central Districts came within two wickets of an embarrassing two-day Plunket Shield defeat to neighbours Northern Districts in Hamilton on Wednesday.
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Vettori inspires good day for ND

Daniel Vettori might be wanting more cricket to test himself before returning to international cricket but his Northern Districts will be hoping there is more to come from his batting after the first day of their Plunket Shield game with Central Districts.
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Canterbury crushed by Otago

A second innings collapse saw Canterbury suffer a nine-wicket embarrassment by southern neighbours Otago within seven sessions in the round's only Plunket Shield match.
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Wagner puts Canterbury on back foot

New Zealand Test bowler Neil Wagner ensured Otago made the most of their decision to bowl first after winning the toss in their Plunket Shield match with Canterbury in Rangiora on Tuesday.
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Stewart spell boosts Canterbury's hopes

Shanan Stewart turned bowling hero for Canterbury at Eden Park's outer oval on Thursday and the reward may be victory over Auckland by late on Friday afternoon.
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Canterbury struggle in reply

Canterbury made a nervy start to their chase of 166 for first innings points in Auckland, reaching 22-2 at tea in their Plunket Shield encounter.
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Canterbury in control despite Quinn's resistance

Auckland's number 11 batsman upstaged the comeback of a Test hopeful in the opening session of the Plunket Shield match between Auckland and Canterbury at Eden Park's Outer Oval.
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