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New Zealand captain Amy Satterthwaite first to benefit from new maternity provisions

India Today – India – The captain of the New Zealand women’s cricket team Amy Satterthwaite will become the first player to benefit from new contract conditions that guarantee her core salary while on maternity leave, the country’s governing body (NZC) said.

Summary

  • The captain of the New Zealand women’s cricket team Amy Satterthwaite will become the first player to benefit from new contract conditions that guarantee her core salary while on maternity leave, the country’s governing body (NZC) said.
  • New Zealand Cricket said Satterthwaite would take a leave of absence and, under the terms of a recently agreed new collective agreement, she would be named as a centrally contracted player and receive her full annual retainer.
  • “She will be the first player to benefit from the new pregnancy leave provisions included in the new agreement,” NZC Chief Executive David White said.
  • Satterthwaite said she and Tahuhu were excited to start a new chapter and that she was aiming to return to the field for the 2021 womens’ World Cup.
  • “I feel I still have a lot to give to the game and look forward to working my way back with an eye on the 2021 ICC Women’s World Cup held in New Zealand.”


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