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Hell Wellington Firebirds squad to play Central Stags

Hell Wellington Firebirds squad to play Central Stags on Monday

The Hell Wellington Firebirds squad to play the Central Stags in the HRV Cup on Monday 27 December at the Basin Reserve is:

Grant Elliott (captain)
Harry Boam
Marc Calkin
Mark Houghton
Ronald Karaitiana
Brett Lee
Chris Nevin
Neal Parlane
Michael Pollard
Jeetan Patel
Stewart Rhodes
Luke Wright


There are five changes to the Hell Firebirds squad that met the Canterbury Wizards in Timaru on Thursday.

James Franklin, Jesse Ryder and Luke Woodcock (BLACKCAPS), Andy Mckay (rib injury) and Damien Wright (returned to Australia) drop out.

Marc Calkin, Mark Houghton, Brett Lee, Neal Parlane and Michael Pollard re-join the squad.

Lee is back with the Hell Firebirds for the rest of the HRV Cup, while Parlane (hamstring) and Pollard (shoulder) both return from injury.

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