International News

Valuable WBBL experience awaits WHITE FERNS

Eleven WHITE FERNS are set to get a taste of the 2020 Women’s Big Bash League, with an additional five players remaining in Australia following the WHITE FERNS tour.

International News

John Reid: Obituary

Reid, who has died aged 92, was a giant of New Zealand cricket. There had been outstanding players who preceded him, such as Stewie Dempster, Martin Donnelly and Jack Cowie, while Reid’s career ran parallel with that of Bert Sutcliffe, a wonderful left-handed batsman, still talked of in any discussion on New Zealand’s finest all-time batsmen. But Reid was different. He was a terrific player, but he also led New Zealand to its first three Test wins, in days when they were scarce.

International News

John R Reid dies at 92

John R Reid - New Zealand cricketing great and the country’s oldest surviving Test player, has died in Auckland, aged 92

Match Reports

Australia complete Rose Bowl sweep

The WHITE FERNS have suffered a 232-run defeat at the hands of Australia, losing the Rose Bowl series 3-0.

Match Reports

Lanning guides Australia to victory

A Meg Lanning century has guided Australia to a four wicket victory in the second Rose Bowl ODI at Allan Border Field.

International News

Bates ruled out of Rose Bowl, Down doubtful

WHITE FERNS all-rounder Suzie Bates has been ruled out of the remaining two Rose Bowl ODIs against Australia.

Match Reports

Australia score first in Rose Bowl ODIs

Australia have defeated the WHITE FERNS by seven wickets in the opening Rose Bowl ODI at Allan Border Field.

Match Reports

WHITE FERNS take momentum into ODIs

The WHITE FERNS have snapped a 13-game losing streak against Australia, registering a five wicket victory.

International News

International Cricket to start with Eden Park Showdown

A top-billing T20 between the BLACKCAPS and the West Indies at Eden Park on Friday, 27th November will launch a packed home international cricket schedule for the New Zealand 2020-21 summer

Match Reports

Australia claim T20I series over WHITE FERNS

The Australian Women's side have lived up to their world champion status claiming an eight wicket win over the WHITE FERNS.

Match Reports

Australia claim T20I one

The WHITE FERNS have fallen in the first T20I against Australia.

International News

Jurgensen set to become BLACKCAPS most experienced coach

Shane Jurgensen has signed on as BLACKCAPS bowling coach for another two years, extending his second tenure with the side after re-joining in 2016

International News

Stead reappointed BLACKCAPS coach

Gary Stead has been reappointed head coach of the BLACKCAPS, for a three-year term. Stead, initially appointed to the role in 2018 following the resignation of Mike Hesson, will continue as head coach in all three formats of the game up until the conclusion of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

International News

Tour with a twist awaits WHITE FERNS 

One new and two familiar faces are features of the WHITE FERNS 17-player squad selected to tour Australia next month

International News

Exciting young prospect among Women’s Development Contract list

The youngest player to be included in the list is 16-year-old Auckland Hearts left-arm orthodox spinner, Fran Jonas.

International News

Opportunity abounds for NZC umpires

NZC’s Match Officials list has a familiar feel for the upcoming season with the International, National and Reserve Umpire Panels remaining unchanged for 2020-21

International News

Devine confirmed as WHITE FERNS captain

Sophie Devine has been confirmed as the WHITE FERNS captain with Amy Satterthwaite to take the role of vice-captain following her return from maternity leave

International News

Fulton steps down from BLACKCAPS to become Canterbury men’s coach

The former International was appointed to the national post in August 2019 and travelled with the team to Sri Lanka and Australia as well as working on home tours against England and India

International News

Hill: ‘Never thought I'd meet the Queen’

Tony Hill finished up at NZC after seven years developing and encouraging New Zealand’s next generation of umpires and match officials.

International News

Former Test batsman Matt Poore dies

New Zealand Test representative No.63, Poore played in 14 Tests, scored 355 runs at 15.43 and took nine wickets with his off-spin.

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