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Northern Districts Cricket Association
July 15, 2003
Northern Districts Cricket today announced the 11 players to be offered contracts for the 2003-04 season. The specific rankings of the individuals will remain confidential.
In alphabetical order the players offered contracts are:
The three new players to be offered contracts are Gareth Irwin, Mark Orchard, and Grant Robinson. All three have graduated through Northern Districts' development programmes.
"It is satisfying to see that places for contracted players have been filled by individuals identified and developed through ND pathways," said chief executive of Northern Districts Cricket, John Turkington.
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