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    Black Sox coach Mark Sorenson is desperate to get some internationals to fill the void of the now postponed 2021 World Championships

    Black Sox coach Mark Sorenson is desperate to get some internationals to fill the void of the now postponed 2021 World Championships


    New Zealand was set to host the event in February, but with qualifiers in Europe unable to go ahead due to the coronavirus, the event will be rescheduled.

    A new date is yet to be set.

    Sorenson says hopefully they can play games during that same window next February, but he's knows that might not be possible.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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