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Colin Munro won't be allowed to play a part in the Big Bash League final. The Black Caps batsman will be forced to miss Saturday's decider between the Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers, due to a clash in schedules. Under New Zealand Cricket's agreement with its players, Black Caps are not allowed to travel the day before an international match.
Join Guy Heveldt as he brings you today's sports news. Aaron Cruden signs with Montpellier, The Wellington Phoenix have scored a massive 3-0 win over the Melbourne Victory in the A-League and who will get to Martin Crowe's record number of centuries first?
South African cricket security man Zunaid Wadee manhandles Australian journalist Will Crouch as he tries to speak to Faf du Plessis at Adelaide airport about ball-tampering allegations
The Blues have suffered a miserable 43-5 hammering at the hands of the Lions in Super Rugby. One of the more tense and remarkable finishes to an AFL match. Down by 11 with five minutes remaining, the Richmond Tigers kicked this goal after the buzzer to beat the Sydney Swans. AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli both scored centuries and put on 229 for the second wicket in Bangalore's 144-run IPL wun over Gujarat.
Today in NZ Herald Focus we have an exclusive interview with Kiwi free-diver William Trubridge about breaking his own world record and the Salvation Army says that 300 thousand New Zealand children are now living in income poverty. Also anther Kiwi is breaking barriers this week as Flight Lietenant Emmet Cox takes to the skies over Britain flying with the Red Arrows acrobatic team
This afternoon on NZ Herald Focus - the latest on the shooting of a Police dog and officer injured in Porirua, we look at why Pop superstar Prince was widely acclaimed as one of the most inventive musicians of his era and This is the horrifying moment a freak tornado sweeps a child into the air
Captain Williamson - 72 off 48 balls - and Martin Guptill with 87 off 58, carried New Zealand to what transpired was an easy win, to set up an enticing decider in Wellington on Friday night, putting on 171. That eclipsed by one run the old mark for highest T20 international stand for any wicket