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ANZ goes into bat for Tauranga cricket

Blackcaps left arm quick Trent Bolt with Luke Dale, who had a one-on-one session with Trent as part of the ANZ programme.

The ANZ bank has been supporting cricket in Tauranga since 2009 – whether it be aspiring cricketers, their teams, clubs, schools or just casual fans.

Now it’s renewing it’s offer of help.

It could be acquiring new team uniforms, replacing tired old gear, giving a pitch and clubrooms a makeover or the chance to get a one-on-one coaching session with a Blackcaps or White Ferns, the ANZ says it wants to help.

And administrators need to know applications are now open at

ANZ’s Sue McGregor says the bank’s proud to support cricket at all levels - whether it’s the BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS representing our country on the international stage, or the next generation of players battling it out at the local grounds every Saturday.

“We want to give players and fans the support they need. Whether that’s with a new set of cricket gear, something for the club that will make a difference, or making it possible to meet one of their heroes for some inspiration or motivation.

“We know sometimes all you need is a little extra help to achieve, so we are committed to helping as many cricket fans as we can.”

This year ANZ extended its support to the White Ferns which makes it now the major sponsor of the Blackcaps and White ferns.

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