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Vernon Philander had James Neesham caught behind for 16 in the first ODI in Mount Maunganui
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Hamish Marshall on his New Zealand career, playing backyard cricket with his twin, and how he likes his steak

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Brendon McCullum carts one down the ground
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Dean Brownlie pulls Morne Morkel for six
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Vernon Philander had James Neesham caught behind
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Chris Cairns appeared at Southwark Crown Court
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Country Fixtures Country Results
1st ODI: New Zealand v South Africa at Mount Maunganui - Oct 21
New Zealand 133/6 (27.1/50 ov)
Northern D v Auckland at Whangarei
Oct 23-26, 2014 (10:30 local | 21:30 GMT | 17:30 EDT | 16:30 CDT | 14:30 PDT)
2nd ODI: New Zealand v South Africa at Mount Maunganui
Oct 24, 2014 (10:30 local | 21:30 GMT | 17:30 EDT | 16:30 CDT | 14:30 PDT)
Canterbury v Wellington at Christchurch
Oct 25-28, 2014 (10:30 local | 21:30 GMT | 17:30 EDT | 16:30 CDT | 14:30 PDT)
Central D v Otago at Napier
Oct 26-29, 2014 (10:30 local | 21:30 GMT | 17:30 EDT | 16:30 CDT | 14:30 PDT)
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