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Should Ross Taylor have been axed?

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New Zealand's former test cricket captain Ross Taylor. Photo / Dean Purcell
New Zealand's former test cricket captain Ross Taylor. Photo / Dean Purcell

New Zealand Cricket chairman Chris Moller has confirmed no heads will roll in the wake of Taylor-gate but says "additional material'' has come to light on the saga and will be reviewed.

Moller and New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White fronted a press conference at the Basin Reserve in Wellington today, which covered a wide range of topics but the pair declined to comment on the captaincy fallout.

However Moller did make a formal apology to ousted skipper Ross Taylor saying: ''The board has reviewed all aspects of the captaincy issue and wishes to publicly place on record its apologies to Ross Taylor and his family for the manner in which events have unfolded''.

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