NZ women's Black Sticks draw 2-2 with USA

Last updated 14:19 16/02/2014

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The New Zealand women's hockey team drew 2-2 with the United States today in their fourth game of the Three-Nations tournament in San Diego today.

New Zealand's goals came through an Anita Punt drag flick and a field goal from Jordan Grant, the Canterbury midfielder in her debut series.

The Black Sticks' final match is against the US on Tuesday.

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