New Zealand resume training in Lincoln
New Zealand resumed training on Monday (July 13), with a group of players from Canterbury, Otago and Wellington gathering at New Zealand Cricket’s High Performance Centre in Lincoln. Players from Auckland, Northern Districts and Central Districts will come together to train at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui next week.
These will mark the first of six training camps – three at each base – scheduled for the winter months, each lasting four days.
We are back! Our 1st post lockdown camp is underway in Lincoln. Players from @cricketwgtn, @CanterburyCrick and @OtagoVolts are attending the first camp with @aucklandcricket, @ndcricket and @CDCricket players getting set for a camp next week at @BayOvalOfficial #CricketNation pic.twitter.com/tyMcQKbX6V
— WHITE FERNS (@WHITE_FERNS) July 13, 2020
The current national camp in Lincoln will end on Thursday (July 16), before the group in Mount Maunganui being to train next week between Monday and Thursday (July 19-24).
The next two camps will be held in August and September, as the team gears up for it’s first series of the international summer against Australia.
The Sophie Devine-led side are scheduled to face Australia in a three-match ODI and T20I series beginning in the last week of September in Sydney.