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Wellington Blaze squad named

Wellington Blaze squad named for Women’s second round against Canterbury

The Wellington Blaze squad to meet the Canterbury Magicians at Barton Oval, Trentham Memorial Park, in Upper Hutt in the second round of the 2010/11 domestic Women’s Action Cricket Cup One-Day and Action Cricket Twenty20 competitions on 2, 3 and 4 January is:

Megan Wakefield (Captain)

Sarah Bradbury

Michelle Bunkall

Madeline Chapman

Amanda Cooper

Sophie Devine (Vice Captain)

Lucy Doolan

Allex Evans

Mindy Hodgson

Renee Moffitt

Liz Perry

Sian Ruck

Andrea Stockwell

The Wellington Blaze squad for this round is unchanged from that which defeated the Northern Spirit in all three matches in the opening round in Hamilton in early December.

This round is the first of two at Barton Oval in early January. Following this round against Canterbury, the Blaze return there on 7, 8 and 9 January to host the Otago Sparks.

Match information:

· 2 January Action Cricket Twenty20 v Canterbury Magicians, Barton Oval, 4.00pm

· 3 January Action Cricket Cup (50-over match) v Canterbury Magicians, Barton Oval. 10.30am

· 4 January Action Cricket Twenty20 v Canterbury Magicians, Barton Oval, 12 noon

Entry is free at all Wellington Blaze games

The Wellington Blaze’s full Action Cricket Cup and Action Cricket One-Day competition schedule this summer is:

10-12 December v Northern Spirit, Seddon Park Hamilton Won all three games.

2-4 January v Canterbury Magicians, Barton Oval Upper Hutt

7-9 January v Otago Sparks, Barton Oval Upper Hutt

14-16 January v Auckland Hearts, Melville Park Auckland

21-23 January v Central Hinds, Fitzherbert Park Palmerston North

29 January Action Cricket Cup One-Day Final, venue TBA

5 February Action Cricket Twenty20 Final, venue TBA

ENDS

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