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Siddons facing tough decisions
The Press NZ

Siddons facing tough decisions

Jamie Siddons doesn't shirk the tough questions - now we wait to see how he goes with the tough decisions. The Wellington coach knows his team is ageing, just as he is aware that it has yet to win a brass razoo in his almost-three years in charge. The Press NZ, 1 month ago
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Recognition to go with trophy?

Wellington don't want to whinge . . . but. Years of propping up every table has hardly entitled them to have half their side elevated to Black Caps or New Zealand Cricket (NZC) contract status. Only the Firebirds were better than that this ...
 The Press NZ1 day ago
Dominion Post

Recognition to go with trophy?

VICTORS: The Wellington Firebirds celebrate winning the Ford Trophy final against the Northern Knights. Wellington don't want to whinge . . . but. Years of propping up every table has hardly entitled them to have half their side ...
 Dominion Post1 day ago Firebirds want recognition to go with the trophy?  Stuff.co.nz1 day ago
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Cricket: Rookie, veteran could replace Bracewell

A rookie and a veteran appear the leading candidates to replace wayward seam bowler Doug Bracewell in the Black Caps test squad to tour the West Indies. Bracewell was dropped from the team during the summer for ill-discipline and he's not expected ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 days ago
Stuff.co.nz

Wellington Firebirds end 10-year cricket wait

They took the longest, toughest route to the final then washed away their self-doubt in a sea of bubbly. Drought broken. Three knockout matches in seven days on the road were conquered by Wellington who returned from Mt Maunganui yesterday with ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 week ago Firebirds end 10-year trophy drought  Radio New Zealand1 week ago Firebirds end 10-year wait  Dominion Post1 week ago
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Luke Ronchi back to bolster Firebirds for final

Wellington will be at full strength for tomorrow's national one-day final and have been spared a joust with Black Caps pace spearhead Tim Southee. Firebirds coach Jamie Siddons confirmed New Zealand gloveman Luke Ronchi would replace Henry Walsh ...
 Stuff.co.nz2 weeks ago Ronchi bolsters Firebirds for final  Dominion Post2 weeks ago
Dominion Post

Wellington Firebirds now have the fire-power

One year ago Wellington went to Christchurch with high hopes of making the national one-day decider and things went slightly awry. Not only were they skittled by Canterbury's pacemen for 137, chasing 199 in the preliminary final at Hagley Oval ...
 Dominion Post2 weeks ago Firebirds have the fire-power  Stuff.co.nz2 weeks ago

Ifs and buts as Wellington Firebirds await fate

It's another day at the office for the Wellington Firebirds. A season that began 150 days ago on October 27 is drawing to a close. Training is over and the players go their separate ways. Only Mark Gillespie was missing, a dicey ankle not worth ...
 Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago Ifs and buts as Firebirds await fate  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago Firebirds await fate  Dominion Post3 weeks ago Usual suspects for Firebirds  Dominion Post1 month ago

Firebirds snatch defeat from jaws of victory

Over to you, James Franklin. The Wellington captain's blunt assessment of today's Basin Reserve choke against Auckland can't be printed, but the words "monumental" and "up" featured prominently. About the only positive to draw from their ...
 Dominion Post3 weeks ago Firebirds lose to Auckland  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago Firebirds snatch defeat from the jaws of victory  Dominion Post3 weeks ago
Dominion Post

Milne close but not quite ready

New Zealand's fastest bowler Adam Milne will roll his arm over at the Basin Reserve tomorrow, but Central Districts have resisted the urge to rush him back for the crucial round seven one-dayer against Wellington. Milne hasn't been sighted since ...
 Dominion Post3 weeks ago
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