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New Zealand domestic news

Strang to step down as Auckland coach

Former Zimbabwe spinner Paul Strang will step down as the coach of New Zealand domestic side Auckland at the end of the season, ending a four-year tenure

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New Zealand news

Shake-up in New Zealand support staff

NZC has announced further changes to the support staff for the national team, including reducing the role of performance director Roger Mortimer and naming a new physiotherapist

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Former New Zealand opener ends 14-year career

Horne retires from first-class cricket

Matt Horne, the former New Zealand opening batsman, announced his retirement from first-class cricket yesterday

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State Championship, Round Seven

Harris stars in Canterbury win

A round-up of the State Championship matches that took place on March 21

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State Championship, 2004-05

Bad weather hampers Canterbury's chances

Only 29.4 overs were possible on the third day at Christchurch, as Northern Districts and Canterbury - both of whom need an outright win to reach the final - faced up to the prospect of a no-result that would hand Wellington an unexpected lifeline

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State Championship 2004-05

Wiseman dazzles in Canterbury win

Michael Parlane smashed his way to a maiden double-hundred as Wellington took control on the second day of the State Championship at Auckland

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State Championship 2004-05

Parlane's 203 puts Wellington on top

Michael Parlane smashed his way to a maiden double-hundred as Wellington took control on the second day of the State Championship at Auckland

State Championship 2004-05

Vincent hundred lifts Auckland

Lou Vincent played one of his best innings in recent times, scoring an unbeaten 146 to lift Auckland to 345 for 8 at close of play on the second day at the Outer Oval

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State Championship 2003-04

Horne laid low with viral infection

After a few hours in hospital including some time on a drip, Matt Horne has been left to contemplate what might have been