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Peter Roach assures New Zealand cricket for Boxing day Test

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Melbourne [Australia], Dec 8 (ANI): Cricket Australia cricket operations chief Peter Roach has assured New Zealand Cricket that the Boxing Test between the two sides will go ahead as planned.
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