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May 16, 2008
New Zealand have announced squads for the women's national team and the A side that will train over the next 12 months for the World Cup in Australia in 2009.
All members of the squad that lost the Rose Bowl to Australia in March have been included in the national training squad along with Suzie Bates, Selena Charteris, Ingrid Cronin-Knight, Maria Fahey, Ros Kember, Beth McNeill, Rowan Milburn, Louise Milliken and newcomer Prashilla Mistry.
Both squads will attend camps at New Zealand Cricket's High Performance Centre over the winter and the White Ferns will play warm up matches in October-November.
New Zealand squad:
Suzie Bates, Nicola Browne, Sarah Burke, Rachel Candy, Selena Charteris, Ingrid Cronin-Knight, Sophie Devine, Lucy Doolan, Maria Fahey, Ros Kember, Sara McGlashan, Beth McNeill, Katey Martin, Aimee Mason, Rowan Milburn, Louise Milliken, Prashilla Mistry, Rachel Priest, Amy Satterthwaite, Haidee Tiffen, Sarah Tsukigawa.
Kate Broadmore, Saskia Bullen, Abby Burrows, Kendra Cocksedge, Tamara Gould, Holly Huddleston, Victoria Lind, Frances Mackay, Megan Murphy, Katie Perkins, Liz Perry, Sian Ruck, Kerry Tomlinson, Megan Wakefield, Josie Young.
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