Monday 13th January 2020
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The Hot Spring Spas T20 Napier Black Clash in association with Heartland Bank is almost here!
An array of stars will be on display at McLean Park on January 17.
The King of the toffee pops and the master of skill Carlos Spencer has just been subbed in to replace injured Kaylum Boshier in Team Rugby and Australian funny man Andy Lee (of Hamish and Andy fame) takes the wildcard spot in Team Cricket.
Stacked full of stars, the T20 Napier Black Clash is sure to deliver a dynamic, entertaining match for fans.
This will be the only time you will see the likes of All Blacks stars former and current Richie McCaw, Carlos Spencer, Beauden Barrett, Jordie Barrett and Aaron Smith facing their cricketing heroes such as Stephen Fleming, Nathan Astle, Daniel Vettori, Jacob Oram and Grant Elliott!!
Not to mention the two Sri Lankan megastar legends Muttiah Muralitharan and Mahela Jayawardene hoping to haunt our cricketing legends and lead Team Rugby to glory for the second year in a row over their round ball counterparts!
New Zealand’s favourite All Black Richie McCaw took a sensational catch to dismiss Stephen Fleming last year, who is set to shine in this year’s match?
Purchase an adult ticket and get a kids ticket free! Adults from $49 (+ fees)
New seats have been released in the Harris stand, so don’t delay! Get your tickets today!
Where else could you witness former and current All Blacks and Black Caps in one place at one time trying to take each other’s heads off at the crease! See you there!
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