Former New Zealand internationals Rob Nicol, Neil Broom, Dean Brownlie and Tarun Nethula have all switched domestic teams for next summer, while spinner Bruce Martin has missed out on a first-round contract for 2014-15. The six major associations have named ... ESPN Cricinfo, 1 week ago
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Carl Cachopa's going back to Auckland and there's a distinct possibility Tarun Nethula will follow. Cachopa, one of Central Districts' batting mainstays in recent seasons, has had a transfer request ratified by New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and is set ...The Press NZ, 3 weeks ago Carl Cachopa cuts and runs to Auckland Aces Stuff.co.nz, 3 weeks ago
Canterbury cricket will face the upcoming summer season with a vastly different looking side while Auckland benefits from the return of Rob Nicol in a number of changes announced with domestic contracts today. New Zealand's six Major Associations ...The Press NZ, 1 week ago NZ Cricket names domestic competition contracts Stuff.co.nz, 1 week ago New Zealand Cricket names domestic contracts Dominion Post, 1 week ago NZ Cricket names domestic contracts Stuff.co.nz, 1 week ago
The Mondiale Auckland Aces will welcome back a number of former Aces with the announcement of the first 13 player contracts. As predicted Rob Nicol, Tarun Nethula, Brad and Carl Cachopa all make a welcome return to Auckland and provide the only ...Yahoo!Xtra, 1 week ago
New Zealand's six Major Associations today announced the players offered first round domestic contracts for the coming season. The contracting process for domestic players involves two rounds, with each team to contract a total of 15 players ...Voxy.co.nz, 1 week ago
Craig Cachopa left Auckland as their most promising batsman. Should he return it will be as an import. The 22-year-old former Karori and Wellington player has now thrown his lot in with England after last week signing a two-year deal with county ...Dominion Post, 1 week ago Cachopa signs deal with Sussex The Press NZ, 1 week ago
The Mondiale Auckland Aces could be welcoming back a number of familiar faces when the first round of domestic contracts are announced next week. The official word will come next Friday but there could be a real homecoming feeling to that ...Yahoo!Xtra, 2 weeks ago
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