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Sun, 04 Mar 2012

Black Caps legend Dion Nash on Jesse Ryder, Ross Taylor and coach John Wright

Black Caps legend Dion Nash is on the show as we put the focus on the Blacks Caps upcoming tests against the Proteas. The three test series starts in Dunedin on Wednesday. Nash played 32 tests and 82 ODIs for the Caps between 1992 and 2002 also offers up an opinion on the future of Jesse Ryder, the return of Ross Taylor and the importance of re-signing coach John Wright.

Black Caps legend Dion Nash is on the show as we put the focus on the Blacks Caps upcoming tests against the Proteas.

The three test series starts in Dunedin on Wednesday. Nash played 32 tests and 82 ODIs for the Caps between 1992 and 2002 also offers up an opinion on the future of Jesse Ryder, the return of Ross Taylor and the importance of re-signing coach John Wright.

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