New Zealand born England cricket player Ben Stokes warms up ahead of his game for provincial cricket team Canterbury in Rangiora, New Zealand, Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017. (AP Photo/Martin Hunter)
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Ben Stokes doesn't appear to be in the kind of form that could save the Ashes for England, given the star all-rounder's latest lean performance for Canterbury province in New Zealand's domestic limited-overs cricket championship.Along with the other Canterbury bowlers, Stokes' figures were bruised by New Zealand batsman Colin Munro, who made an unbeaten 174 from 118 balls.Stokes' performance was at least an improvement on his Canterbury debut last weekend when he scored only two runs in a six-ball innings and went wicketless in nine overs in a loss to Otago.
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