Results

  • BLACKCAPS v Uganda

    ICC Men's Twenty20 World Cup 2021-22 - Twenty20 International -
    Brian Lara Cricket Academy - 14 Jun 2024
    New Zealand win by 9 wickets
  • BLACKCAPS v Papua New Guinea

    ICC Men's Twenty20 World Cup 2021-22 - Twenty20 International -
    Brian Lara Cricket Academy - 17 Jun 2024
    New Zealand win by 7 wickets
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's One Day International -
    Seat Unique Riverside - 26 Jun 2024
    England Women win by 9 wickets
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's One Day International -
    New Road - 30 Jun 2024
    England Women win by 8 wickets
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's One Day International - 3rd ODI
    Seat Unique Stadium - 3 Jul 2024
    England Women win by 5 wickets
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 1st T20I
    Utilita Bowl - 6 Jul 2024
    England Women win by 59 runs
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 2nd T20I
    The 1st Central County Ground - 9 Jul 2024
    England Women win by 23 runs (DLS Method)
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 3rd T20I
    The Spitfire Ground - 11 Jul 2024
    England Women win by 6 wickets
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 4th T20I
    Kia Oval - 13 Jul 2024
    England Women win by 7 wickets
  • England Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in England 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 5th T20I
    Lord's - 17 Jul 2024
    England Women win by 20 runs

Fixtures

  • Australia Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in Australia 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 1st T20I
    Great Barrier Reef Arena - 19 Sep 2024, 7:10 PM
  • Australia Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in Australia 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 2nd T20I
    Great Barrier Reef Arena - 22 Sep 2024, 7:10 PM
  • Australia Women v WHITE FERNS

    WHITE FERNS in Australia 2024 - Women's Twenty20 International - 3rd T20I
    Allan Border Field - 24 Sep 2024, 7:10 PM
  • India v BLACKCAPS

    BLACKCAPS in India 2024-25 - Test Match - 1st Test
    M Chinnaswamy Stadium - 16 Oct 2024, 9:30 AM
  • India v BLACKCAPS

    BLACKCAPS in India 2024-25 - Test Match - 2nd Test
    MCA Stadium - 24 Oct 2024, 9:30 AM
  • India v BLACKCAPS

    BLACKCAPS in India 2024-25 - Test Match - 3rd Test
    Wankhede Stadium - 1 Nov 2024, 9:30 AM
  • BLACKCAPS v England

    England Tour of New Zealand 2024-25 - Test Match - 1st Test
    Hagley Oval - 28 Nov 2024, 11:00 AM
    Live on TVNZ Duke Live on TVNZ Plus Listen on SENZ Listen on iHeart Radio
  • BLACKCAPS v England

    England Tour of New Zealand 2024-25 - Test Match - 2nd Test
    Cello Basin Reserve - 6 Dec 2024, 11:00 AM
    Live on TVNZ Duke Live on TVNZ Plus Listen on SENZ Listen on iHeart Radio
  • BLACKCAPS v England

    England Tour of New Zealand 2024-25 - Test Match - 3rd Test
    Seddon Park - 14 Dec 2024, 11:00 AM
    Live on TVNZ Duke Live on TVNZ Plus Listen on SENZ Listen on iHeart Radio
  • WHITE FERNS v Australia Women

    Australia Women Tour of New Zealand 2024-25 - Women's One Day International - 1st ODI
    Cello Basin Reserve - 19 Dec 2024, 11:00 AM
    Live on TVNZ Duke Live on TVNZ Plus Listen on SENZ

International Cricket

International News

Six inbound tours confirmed for 2024/25 international summer

Double-headers, a Test series against England, the return of the Rose Bowl, and everything on free-to-air TV: these are some of the highlights of another exciting 2024-25 home international summer of cricket in Aotearoa New Zealand.

International News

New Zealand Cricket backs revamped Eden Park

Expect far more international cricket to be played in Auckland should the council back the redevelopment of Eden Park. At a time when multiple proposals for a new international sports stadium in Auckland have been whittled down to two, NZC chief executive Scott Weenink has thrown his organisation’s weight behind a redeveloped Eden Park, describing the proposed flexible seating option to accommodate a regulation-sized oval for cricket, as a “game-changer”

International News

Ravindra and pace bowling trio earn first contract offers | Patel returns

Rachin Ravindra’s breakthrough season with the BLACKCAPS has been recognised by his first International Playing Contract offer, for the 2024-25 year. The Wellington all-rounder will be joined, should they accept their offers, by team-mate Ben Sears, Canterbury’s Will O’Rourke and Otago’s Jacob Duffy as new faces on a proposed, 20-strong annual International Playing Contract list

International News

Williamson declines national contract | remains committed to BLACKCAPS

Kane Williamson has re-emphasised his long-term commitment to the BLACKCAPS in all three formats - despite declining a central contract for the 2024-25 year

International News

Down returns to WHITE FERNS contract list | Inglis receives first offer

Auckland Hearts batter Lauren Down is set to return to the WHITE FERNS contract list for the 2024-25 season, alongside Otago Sparks wicketkeeper-batter Polly Inglis who has received a central contract offer for the first time.

International News

Craig McMillan joins WHITE FERNS coaching staff

Former BLACKCAPS batter Craig McMillan has been appointed WHITE FERNS Assistant Coach for the next two years. 

International News

Down, Greig return for WHITE FERNS tour to England | Mair ruled out

Lauren Down and Mikaela Greig have been selected in the WHITE FERNS squad for the upcoming tour to England.

International News

Bernadine Bezuidenhout retires from international cricket

Wicket-keeper batter Bernadine Bezuidenhout has called time on her international playing career.

Domestic Cricket

Domestic News

O’Donnell and Carter headline men’s domestic contract movements

New Zealand’s six Major Associations have today announced their first round of contracted male players for the 2024/25 domestic summer including some key player movements and a host of fresh faces earning their first domestic contract offers.

Domestic News

Kiwi Cricketers Abroad - Matt Boyle & Georgia Atkinson

Each off-season, hundreds of Kiwi cricketers take the opportunity to get overseas and enjoy an English summer. Matt Boyle and Georgia Atkinson are no different – currently plying their trade in Sussex and Gloucestershire, respectively.

Domestic News

Agafili paves the way for Pasifika cricketers

An inspiring speech from guest speaker, Regina Lili’I, at McAuley High School’s 2019 sports prizegiving motivated a young Carol Agafili to begin a journey in cricket. Since then, she has become a true role model for Pasifika in cricket through playing for Northern Districts and Samoa, and coaching the Pasifika Schoolgirls team.

Domestic News

Jacinta Savage pulls up stumps

Not many players can say they were their team's wicketkeeper and ended up with one of the best bowling performances on record. That's the unique career arc of retiring Canterbury Magician, Jacinta Savage

Domestic News

Seth Rance retires from Domestic cricket

After a career that took him from small town Wairarapa to the Central Stags to the BLACKCAPS, swing bowler Seth Rance has officially called time on his NZC Domestic representative cricket career

Domestic News

Hay leaves big shoes to fill

After an impressive and intriguing career, Central Stags captain Greg Hay announced his retirement during the final round of the 2023/24 Plunket Shield — then put an exclamation mark on it with one of his greatest knocks

Domestic News

Pulling up stumps

As the pages turned towards the end of the 2023/24 cricket season, it was also the final chapter on the field for one of New Zealand Cricket's most respected umpires

Blogs, Diaries and Features

Domestic News

O’Donnell and Carter headline men’s domestic contract movements

New Zealand’s six Major Associations have today announced their first round of contracted male players for the 2024/25 domestic summer including some key player movements and a host of fresh faces earning their first domestic contract offers.

Domestic News

Kiwi Cricketers Abroad - Matt Boyle & Georgia Atkinson

Each off-season, hundreds of Kiwi cricketers take the opportunity to get overseas and enjoy an English summer. Matt Boyle and Georgia Atkinson are no different – currently plying their trade in Sussex and Gloucestershire, respectively.

Domestic News

Agafili paves the way for Pasifika cricketers

An inspiring speech from guest speaker, Regina Lili’I, at McAuley High School’s 2019 sports prizegiving motivated a young Carol Agafili to begin a journey in cricket. Since then, she has become a true role model for Pasifika in cricket through playing for Northern Districts and Samoa, and coaching the Pasifika Schoolgirls team.

Domestic News

Jacinta Savage pulls up stumps

Not many players can say they were their team's wicketkeeper and ended up with one of the best bowling performances on record. That's the unique career arc of retiring Canterbury Magician, Jacinta Savage

Domestic News

Seth Rance retires from Domestic cricket

After a career that took him from small town Wairarapa to the Central Stags to the BLACKCAPS, swing bowler Seth Rance has officially called time on his NZC Domestic representative cricket career

Domestic News

Hay leaves big shoes to fill

After an impressive and intriguing career, Central Stags captain Greg Hay announced his retirement during the final round of the 2023/24 Plunket Shield — then put an exclamation mark on it with one of his greatest knocks

Domestic News

Pulling up stumps

As the pages turned towards the end of the 2023/24 cricket season, it was also the final chapter on the field for one of New Zealand Cricket's most respected umpires

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