Luke Woodcocks 98, and a half-century from captain Michael Papps helped Wellington chase down 275 with six wickets to spare for a win in their opening game of the 2016-17 season of the Plunket Shield against defending champions Auckland. With his 57 in the second innings, Papps became the first player to score 10,000 runs in New Zealands first-class competition. This after he had become the 25th New Zealand batsman to register 10,000 overall first-class runs in the 2014-15 season.It is a bit of a milestone for all players, and when you play for a long time, it is something you aspire to and its nice to tick that off, since only 25 New Zealanders have done it, Papps said after the game. I think the first to get to 10,000 Plunket Shield runs is a special thing, too. Its obviously a prestigious competition and its been going on for a long time now. And to be the first person to get to 10,000 is a real honour.Woodcock and Papps opening partnership of 106 ensured a comfortable chase for Wellington. Woodcock took the lead, scoring 11 fours and a six in his 235 ball-knock, before falling two runs short of a century with the target only 10 runs away.Another key player for Wellington was seamer Brent Arnel, who had match returns of 8 for 104, with four-fors in both innings. Arnel carved out Aucklands middle order in the first innings, after they had opted to bat, taking four wickets to reduce them to 173 for 7 from 151 for 3, after which they were bowled out for 269. In the second innings, he paired with Jeetan Patel, who took 4 for 76, to ensure that Aucklands score was limited to 278, leaving Wellington with 275 to win.Wellington had managed a first-innings lead of four runs, their first innings score of 273 propped up solely by Stephen Murdochs 109 and Tom Blundells supporting 42. Aucklands fast bowler Lachie Ferguson took the only five-for of the match, which included Murdochs wicket.Auckland were let down by their batsmen in both innings. In the first, openers Michael Guptill-Bunce (50) and Jeet Raval (47) gave the side a good start but the middle order failed to build on that. They reached 269 thanks to a tenth-wicket partnership of 70 runs between Dane Hutchinson (48) and Ferguson. The lower order rescued Auckland again in the second innings as the last three wickets added 121 runs to lift them from 157 for 7. Hutchinson (38) was a key contributor, along with Tarun Nethula (39) and Donovan Grobbelaar (40).Scott Kuggeleijns career-best 6 for 60 proved decisive in Northern Districts five-wicket win over Canterbury. Kuggeleijns six-for skittled Canterbury out for 165 in the second innings, leaving Northern Districts with a target of 196, which they achieved on the fourth day in Christchurch. It also helped him finish with a career-best match haul of 9 for 190.Todd Astles 195 had led Canterburys recovery in the first innings, helping them post 445 after they were struggling at 60 for 4 at one stage. Tim Johnston (66) and Kyle Jamieson (40) supported Astles effort at No. 8 and 9 respectively. Kuggeleijn took 3 for 130 while seamers James Baker and Zac Gibson took two wickets each.Northern Districts fell 30 runs short of Canterburys total, following a middle-order slump that somewhat negated the 174-run opening stand between Daniel Flynn and Dean Brownlie, who scored 104. Northern Districts lost five wickets for 58 runs in the middle stages, reaching 248 for 6, before the lower order rallied around captain Tim Seifert (81) and pushed the score past 400.Kuggeleijn then struck twice on the third evening to leave Canterbury at 93 for 4 at stumps, and came back on the fourth morning to plough his way through the lower order. 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