NZ cricket: corridors of uncertainty

By Paul Thomas In Sport

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20th December, 2012
The New Zealand Herald must have questioned its timing in putting together an in-depth analysis of what’s wrong with New Zealand cricket – “The Shame Game” – as the Black Caps were romping to a test victory in Sri Lanka. It needn’t have worried. When it comes to our summer game, screw-ups and self-inflicted wounds are like New York taxis: it’s just a matter of time before another one comes along. Even given New Zealand Cricket’s (NZC) tendency to make running a sport seem as fiendishly difficult as bringing peace to the Middle East, its latest gambit – dumping ...

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