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Lea Tahuhu, New Zealand White Ferns’ Cricketer on ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 cricket education initiative for young learners based available in both Te reo Māori and English

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“This initiative is an awesome way for teachers and students from all over the country to get amongst the World Cup action – even if this is their first time engaging with cricket. It’s great to see cricket embracing Te reo Māori while celebrating the CWC22 coming to Aotearoa for the third time in its history.”
Lea Tahuhu
New Zealand
White Ferns’ Cricketer

(on ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 cricket education initiative for young learners based available in both Te reo Māori and English)

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