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    Central Districts will be leaning on their big hitters to lead the way when they open their men's Super Smash campaign against Otago this afternoon

    Central Districts will be leaning on their big hitters to lead the way when they open their men's Super Smash campaign against Otago this afternoon


    The Stags squad features five players who have represented New Zealand in the Twenty20 format.

    Pace bowler Seth Rance is one of those and says they have a lot of experience to manage situations.



    First ball in Dunedin's at 1:40pm.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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