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    England Visually Impaired secure dominant NZ win

    England bounced back from Pakistan defeat to win their second T20 Blind World Cup group match.

    England registered their first win in the T20 Blind World Cup after cruising to an eight-wicket win over New Zealand.

    Just 24 hours after a 95-run defeat a strong Pakistan side, England bounced back to beat the Blindcaps by eight wickets in Delhi with a man-of-the-match performance from captain Luke Sugg.

    New Zealand won the toss and batted first but England were dominant in the field, completing an impressive six run outs to restrict their opponents to 128 for nine.

    Sugg, who conceded just 10 from three overs, Justin Hollingsworth and James Millard were England's wicket takers.

    England cruised to victory in just 8.2 overs with Sugg and Matthew Page both cracking a rapid 37 not out.

    The prolific Nathan Foy had earlier hit 30 at the top of the order as England cantered home.

    Sugg's side will play India on Thursday.

    Eoin Morgan plays visually impaired cricket

    England limited overs captain joined a training session with the England Visually Impaired team

     

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