Questions remain over cancelled Black Caps tour
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The sudden decision to cancel the New Zealand cricket tour of Pakistan, just moments before the scheduled start of the first ODI in Rawalpindi is drawing a massive amount of criticism from commentators and fans around the world. The call was made by New Zealand Cricket after what they called a "credible security threat". Joining the show to analyse the situation are RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson and veteran cricket commentator Bryan Waddle, who was on tour with the Kiwi cricketers when a bomb exploded near their hotel in Pakistan in 2002.
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