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    Peter McGlashan - Sibling Success - Keeping it in the Family

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    Sibling Success - Keeping it in the Family
    While in NZ my battle with India has finished, on the other side of the Tasman, my sister battles the Indian Women for a World Cup final berth. Here's where it all began...


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    A direct response to Heef's comment in there guys

    A great chance here to get straight responses to questions you've always wanted to ask of a Black Caps player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    A direct response to Heef's comment in there guys
    Haha. Very good. A good read again from Mr. McGlashan.
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    Thoroughly interesting - really liked it.
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