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May 5, 2009
Grant Bradburn will stay on as coach of the Northern Districts after having replaced Andy Moles, who left to coach the New Zealand team, in November 2008, NZPA reported.
Bradburn played for Northern Districts for 16 years and also coached the A team for the last four years. He has also coached the Cook Islands team in International Cricket Council competitions.
Northern Districts finished fourth in the State Championship this year, and won the one-day State Shield final against Otago by 49 runs.
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