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Ferguson released for Ford Trophy Final

Friday 23 February 2018
Ferguson released for Ford Trophy Final

**UPDATED FROM 8:30AM**

Lockie Ferguson has been released by the BLACKCAPS to join the Auckland Aces for the Ford Trophy Final against Central Districts at Pukekura Park tomorrow.

Ferguson rejoins the Aces having played in the Ford Trophy Semi-Final win against Canterbury on Wednesday.

Following the Ford Trophy Final, Ferguson will link back up with the BLACKCAPS for the second ODI against England in Tauranga.

Revised Auckland Aces Squad
Craig Cachopa (c)
Finn Allen
Michael Barry
Jamie Brown
Mark Chapman
Lockie Ferguson
Donovan Grobbelaar
Ben Horne
Ben Lister
Tarun Nethula
Robbie O’Donnell
Glenn Phillips
Jeet Raval
Sean Solia

MATCH DETAILS:
Central Stags v Auckland Aces
Saturday 24 February
Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
11am

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