International cricket

    Marsh, Hastings win it for Aussies

    Dave Warner (98 from 79 balls) and Usman Khawaja (50) gave Australia a great start, with 122 runs in just 16.2 overs, chasing New Zealand’s 9/281 in the second ODI.
    Aussies won by 4 wickets. Mitch Marsh 69 n.o. John Hastings 48 n.o. Mitchell Santner 3/47.

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Marsh, Hastings win it for Aussies

Dave Warner (98 from 79 balls) and Usman Khawaja (50) gave Australia a great start, with 122 runs in just 16.2 overs, chasing New Zealand’s 9/281 in the second ODI.
Aussies won by 4 wickets. Mitch Marsh 69 n.o. John Hastings 48 n.o. Mitchell Santner 3/47.