Coming in off the long run

Last updated 13:21 05/03/2013
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum takes evasive action from a Dale Steyn delivery on the first day of the first cricket test against South Africa at Sahara Park, Newlands.
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It's time to come off the long run.

Whether it's something good you think a sports team or person is doing, or something not so good, now is your chance to have your say - in depth.

Whether it is the All Blacks, Black Caps, our netballers, football or any of the myriad of sports we love, it's time to voice your opinion.

What will other readers think? Go on, give it a go and find out if your opinion strikes a chord.

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Is Dan Carter still the first-choice No 10 for the ABs?

Absolutely. He's just a bit rusty.

I'm going to sit on the fence.

No way. He's past his best.

Aaron Cruden is the answer.

I'm a Beauden Barrett fan.

Colin Slade is definitely the right choice.

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