NZ stars given green light to put WBBL ahead of country

By Justin Chadwick
Updated November 29 2023 - 3:45am, first published 3:34am
Amelia Kerr's 48 helped put Heat one match from the WBBL final, and she'll play if they make it. (Richard Wainwright/AAP PHOTOS)
Amelia Kerr's 48 helped put Heat one match from the WBBL final, and she'll play if they make it. (Richard Wainwright/AAP PHOTOS)

New Zealand captain Sophie Devine and fellow Kiwi Amelia Kerr have been given permission to play in Saturday's WBBL grand final if they qualify - even though it means missing a match for their country.

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