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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    Daryl Mitchell's nagging has finally paid off

    Daryl Mitchell's nagging has finally paid off


    After representing Northern Districts for the past 10 years, Black Caps leg-spinner Ish Sodhi has shifted south to Canterbury for the 2022/2023 domestic season.

    He already lives in Christchurch with his young family.

    Sodhi says Mitchell, who left ND for Canterbury in 2020, has been trying to persuade him to move for the past couple of years.



    The Black Caps are 40 without loss, having compiled a lead of 135 at stumps on the second day of their warm-up four-day cricket match against Sussex at Hove.

    They dismissed the hosts for 247.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     24 Jun: Black Caps batter Daryl Mitchell could be on the verge of his third century in as many tests
     24 Jun: Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell have set about saving the Black Caps again
     23 Jun: Kane Williamson's set to return as captain for New Zealand against England in the third cricket test starting tonight at Headingley, after recovering from Covid
     23 Jun: Changes look afoot for the Black Caps to start the third cricket test tonight against England at Headingley
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