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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The Black Caps are back in New Zealand safely, with an off-field hurdle to clear

    The Black Caps are back in New Zealand safely, with an off-field hurdle to clear


    The 24 players and staff have touched down in Auckland and will begin their 14 day managed isolation period.

    The other portion of the team is remaining in the United Arab Emirates and linking up with the Twenty20 World Cup squad.

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