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The Kiwis are koming! NZ Kiwis announce squad for Hong Kong World Sixes 2017
The New Zealand Kiwis are joining the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) squad as the only invitational sides participating against a big-hitting line up of test nations including Pakistan, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and of course hosts, Hong Kong.
New Zealand Kiwis Squad: Peter Fulton (captain), Shanan Stewart, Roneel Hira, Brad Cachopa, Graeme Beghin, Elliott Herd, Steve Wilkins.
See the full press announcement of NZ Kiwis team just released by clicking here.
Cricket’s fastest format returns to Asia’s World City this October!
The Hong Kong World Cricket Sixes is returning to the local sporting calendar at the end of the month (28-29 October 2017).
Hosts Hong Kong will face off against some of the world’s leading test sides including Australia, South Africa, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, MCC and New Zealand!
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What: Hong Kong World Cricket Sixes
When: Sat. 28 - Sun. 29 October 2017
Where: Kowloon Cricket Club
The fastest cricket format in the world will see 8 international teams, participating in 23 matches, over 2 festive and frenetic days at the tournament’s spiritual home, the Kowloon Cricket Club.
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For the first time ever in 2017, the guardians of the game, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) Select, will take part, along with other invitational sides, including former Black Caps, as the Sixes reinvents itself for the 21st century.