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Sailing/Monsoon Cup: Kiwis qualify despite loss (New Straits Times)
by NewsReader 09-15-2006

TEAM New Zealand survived the mishap of losing a pitman in the final match of the round robin series to qualify for the final of the Monsoon Cup Asian Qualifiers at Pulau Duyong in Kuala Terengganu yesterday.

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