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Vijay Shankar attempts a run out

New Zealand A v India A, 1st unofficial ODI, Mount Maunganui

Shankar, Iyer steer India A home in high-scoring slugfest

Ishan Kishan also contributed handily to the victory after fifties from Hamish Rutherford and James Neesham had helped New Zealand A post 308

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Hamish Rutherford falls over while batting

New Zealand A v India A, 1st day, Hamilton

Rutherford retires hurt after blow to helmet

The opener will will see a doctor before any decision is made on whether he would resume batting for New Zealand A

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Hamish Rutherford punches down the ground

New Zealand A v India A, 1st unofficial Test, Mount Maunganui, 2nd day

Rutherford ton makes India A's pacers toil

India A's lower-order trio of Parthiv, Shankar and Gowtham helped the visitors make 467 for 8, after which their bowlers were made to work hard for 55 overs

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Jesse Ryder's six drew the scores level

Central Districts v Otago, Plunket Shield 2017-18, Dunedin

Central Districts clinch two-wicket win in final hour

Jesse Ryder's unbeaten 31 followed half-centuries from Will Young and Ross Taylor to help defeat Otago with less than six overs to spare in pursuit of 332

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Neil Wagner celebrates a Yorkshire wicket

Canterbury v Otago, Plunket Shield 2017-18, Christchurch

Wagner and Craig set up Otago victory

The two New Zealand internationals bagged 11 wickets between them to secure 17 points for Otago in their season opener

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Mahela Jayawardene shapes to pull during his half-century

Central Districts v Otago, Super Smash 2016-17, New Plymouth

Otago trump Central Districts in record 497-run T20

Hamish Rutherford and Mahela Jayawardene hammered centuries in New Plymouth, making it the highest-aggregated T20 ever

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Hamish Rutherford smacked 71 off 40 balls

Derbyshire v Worcestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Derby

Rutherford lights way as Worcs bow out

Derbyshire kept alive their NatWest Blast quarter-finals hopes with a 29-run victory with 13 balls to spare at Derby that ended Worcestershire's chances of reaching the last eight