White Ferns Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine, Sian Ruck and Sara McGlashan are the first New Zealand women to be awarded one-year professional contracts. The contracts are a part of an agreement between NZC and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association ... ONE News, 1 month ago
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Four White Ferns first to be awarded professional contracts - Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago
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For the first time ever, NZ Cricket has provided four White Ferns with a cricket contract as part of an initiative to promote female cricket. White Ferns captain Suzie Bates and Ngāti Porou descendent Sara McGlashan are just a few who have received ...Maori Television, 3 weeks ago Four White Ferns given contracts (NZ Newswire) Yahoo!Xtra, 4 weeks ago Four White Ferns given contracts MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago
Leading White Ferns player Amy Satterthwaite from Canterbury has turned down the offer of a semi-professional contract with New Zealand Cricket this year but may re-consider in the future. Satterthwaite, 26, who has been on the team since 2007 and ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago White Fern Satterthwaite turns down contract Sunday Star-Times, 1 month ago White Fern returns from World Cup University of Waikato, 2 months ago
The White Ferns have named 26 players in their 2013 squad, as they look ahead to a busy summer of cricket including a home and away series against the West Indies and the ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh. The squad will take part in a number of ...Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago White Ferns squad announced Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
The White Ferns kickstart their women's Twenty20 World Cup cricket campaign with a series of training camps beginningYahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago NZ begins World Cup build-up (NZ Newswire) Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
The US Fish and Wildlife Service confirms white-nose syndrome (WNS) is present at Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama. This cave provides winter hibernation space for several bat species, including the largest documented wintering colony ...Mother Jones, 1 month ago White-nose Syndrome Confirmed at Fern Cave Individual.com, 1 month ago
By Laura Zuckerman April 8 (Reuters) - A fungus tied to a disease devastating hibernating bats in the United States has been found in an Alabama cave system critical to the survival of endangered gray bats, government scientists said on Monday.World News Network, 1 month ago Deadly bat disease hits Fern Cave in Northern Alabama Individual.com, 1 month ago Deadly bat fungus detected in Alabama cave crucial to rare species Asiaone, 1 month ago Fungus Makes Cave Dwellers Go Batty Global Animal, 1 month ago
Federal biologists on Monday confirmed the presence of a lethal fungus known as white-nose syndrome at Alabamas Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge, home of the largest wintering colony of endangered gray bats. With more than 1 million hibernating ...Los Angeles Times, 1 month ago
The white mist on the peaks of the Taita Hills casts an invisible spell on everything that is beyond a few feet. We are on our way from Wundanyi to Ngangao, the largest forest tract in the area, for a picnic breakfast and I am crossing my fingers, ...Daily Nation, 2 months ago
Corydalis ochroleuca, or yellow-white blooming corydalis, is a shade-loving perennial that begins blooming in spring and continues for months. By Gene Bush / March 15, 2013 at 3:43 pm EDT A few perennials in my garden have become backbones over the ...Christian Science Monitor, 2 months ago
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