Salute: Cottrell has 2 Kiwi openers out for 1st-ball ducks

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Salute: Cottrell has 2 Kiwi openers out for 1st-ball ducks
Salute: Cottrell has 2 Kiwi openers out for 1st-ball ducks

Salute: Cottrell has 2 Kiwi openers out for 1st-ball ducks Sheldon Cottrell was saluting after the first delivery and again after the fifth in a wild first over to the Cricket World Cup group game between West Indies and New Zealand. Cottrell had New Zealand opener Martin Guptill trapped lbw on the first ball of the match at Old Trafford on Saturday, a decision referred to the TV umpire after the appeal was turned down initially on the field. It was the only the fourth time in World Cup history there'd been a wicket on the first ball of the match. Cottrell got into more rarified statistical territory four balls later when he clean bowled Colin Munro for a first-ball duck. That made it only the

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