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Wellington Firebirds squad for Plunket Shield Match

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Cricket Wellington Media Release
Thursday 15th November 2012

Wellington Firebirds squad announced for Plunket Shield Match against the Canterbury Wizards

The Wellington Firebirds squad to play the Canterbury Wizards in Rangiora at MainPower Oval Monday 19th – Thursday 22nd is:

Stephen Murdoch © (Karori)
Harry Boam (Karori)
Josh Brodie (Eastern Suburbs)
Grant Elliott (Naenae)
Mark Gillespie (North City)
Dane Hutchinson (North City)
Scott Kuggeleijn (Wellington Collegians)
Andy McKay (Karori)
Michael Papps (Wellington Collegians)
Michael Pollard (North City)
Luke Ronchi (Johnsonville)
Jesse Ryder (Naenae)
Luke Woodcock (Johnsonville)

One player will be omitted once Josh Brodie’s fitness has been determined.


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