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    Despite having little prep time, the Otago Spirit are hopeful they can chalk up their first win of the season against Bay of Plenty in Mount Maunganui

    Despite having little prep time, the Otago Spirit are hopeful they can chalk up their first win of the season against Bay of Plenty in Mount Maunganui


    The Farah Palmer Cup resumes this afternoon for the first time since New Zealand entered alert level four.

    Captain Tegan Hollows says they've had just a few team trainings to ready themselves.



    Action from Blake Park is underway at 2:35.

    Meanwhile in the men's NPC, Taranaki take on Wellington in Inglewood at five past two, and Tasman meet Northland in Whangarei at 4.35.

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