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Andrew Penn announces retirement

Mar 9, 2004: Andrew Penn has announced his retirement from first-class cricket after a season of injury and frustration

Wisden Cricinfo staff

State Championship 2003-04

Auckland leave it late, but get first innings points

Dec 19, 2003: Auckland, winners of the State Championship for the last two years, found their lower order scripting a rescue act at the Eden Park Outer Oval today

Lynn McConnell

New Zealand State Championship

Canterbury in commanding position

Dec 12, 2003: Centuries by Canterbury batsmen Michael Papps (119) and Gary Stead (105) made a mockery of Wellington's decision to field first at the Basin Reserve in the final game of round three of the State Championship

Lynn McConnell

Contract balance changes experience factor

Aug 1, 2003: Movement of players within New Zealand's domestic cricket has resulted in a re-balancing of player experience, especially when international players are taken out of the picture

Lynn McConnell

Barnes and Walmsley return for Auckland next season

Jul 15, 2003: No great surprises have occurred in the naming of players contracted to the six major associations for next summer

Lynn McConnell

Cairns joins select group of bowlers in New Zealand history

Jul 11, 2003: Chris Cairns's return to the bowling crease for his English county Nottinghamshire in their most recent game, against Kent at Maidstone, saw him join a select band of New Zealand cricketers

Lynn McConnell

Corbin and Penn take Wellington's top awards

Apr 16, 2002: New Zealand representative Anna Corbin and leading men's wicket-taker Andrew Penn were named the Wellington cricketers of the year recently

Lynn McConnell

Big win leaves New Zealand with seam bowling conundrum

Nov 27, 2000: New Zealand duly completed a 211-run victory over Border in East London on Monday, but ended the match possibly not a great deal closer knowing the composition of their seam attack for the second Test match against South Africa starting in Port

Peter Robinson

Penn makes an argument for a second Test place

Nov 26, 2000: Adam Parore warmed up for the second Test match with a century in less than three hours against Border on Sunday, but the most thought-provoking effort of the day came from Andrew Penn who made a strong argument for inclusion in the side for Port

Peter Robinson
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