Corporate News

Sir Richard Hadlee to stand down from NZC Board

Sir Richard Hadlee has advised he will not seek re-election to the Board of New Zealand Cricket at its Annual General Meeting in November

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Tom Pritchard passes away

Tom Pritchard, hero of Warwickshire in the post-war years, and widely recognised as the greatest cricketer never to play a Test for New Zealand, has died, aged 100

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Bromley promoted to NZC National Umpire Panel

Canterbury’s John Bromley has been promoted to New Zealand Cricket’s National Umpire Panel for the 2017-18 season

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Pitch Perfect for Hagley Oval Turf Management Team

The Hagley Oval Turf Management team have carried off the major gong in New Zealand Cricket’s Pitch of the Year Awards

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Dawson finalist for Gender Advocacy award

New Zealand Cricket Director Liz Dawson has been named as a finalist in the 2017 Women in Governance Awards.

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Bracewell to be sentenced for drink driving

Doug Bracewell says he deeply regrets the error in judgement that saw him plead guilty in the Hastings District Court to one count of drink-driving

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Obituary: Peter Gasston

New Zealand Cricket is saddened by the passing of representative umpire Peter Gasston on Monday. He was 56.

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Tariel Lamb – Crowe Family Scholarship winner

Tariel Lamb is the 2017 recipient of the Crowe Family Scholarship, following in the footsteps of fellow Mt Albert Grammar (MAGS) graduate Aniket Parikh, who was last year’s awardee

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Murdoch, Butcher honoured at TP McLean Awards

It was double delight for New Zealand Cricket at last night’s TP McLean Awards – the annual prizegiving ceremony for the New Zealand Sports Journalists Association

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Ground-breaker wins 2016 NZC Māori Cricket Scholarship

Northern Districts has made it two from two with the announcement of the second annual NZC Māori Cricket Scholarship, awarded by New Zealand Cricket in association with the 2016 Māori Sports Awards

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New President for New Zealand Cricket

Former WHITE FERNS captain and International Cricket Council Hall of Famer Debbie Hockley has been elected the first female president in New Zealand Cricket’s 122-year history.

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Match Referee Appointments

Ahead of one of cricket’s biggest ever summers, New Zealand Cricket have made some changes in relation to Domestic Match Referees. After missing last season, Match Referees have been reintroduced.

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Africa a fertile learning ground - Hesson

Mike Hesson on the valuable experiences his side had in Africa.

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Eden Park and Pukekura Park win awards

Eden Park and Pukekura Park will be acknowledged at the New Zealand National Turf Conference Awards on Tuesday 28th June, having been named as the international and domestic cricket pitches of the year.

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Sport unites for Inclusivity and Diversity

New Zealand Cricket joins forces with the country’s other major sporting codes in making a public commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, at a ceremony in downtown Auckland on Tuesday, May 31st.

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Bharat Popli named Domestic Cricketer of the Year

The honour of New Zealand Cricket’s Domestic Player of the Year award for 2015/16 has been claimed by a 25-year-old who scored more than 1000 runs in a Plunket Shield season — in just his third year of first-class cricket

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Kane Williamson named Cricketer of the Year

Kane Williamson’s stellar year on the international cricket stage was recognised at the 2016 ANZ New Zealand Cricket Awards function, awarded the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal and named New Zealand Cricketer of the Year

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NZC congratulates Photosport on top award

An iconic image of Daniel Vettori at the 2015 World Cup sees cricket aficionado and photographer Andrew Cornaga land his third national title

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Fast bowler Zak Gibson awarded inaugural NZC Maori Cricket Scholarship

New Zealand Cricket announces, in association with the 2015 Māori Sports Awards, a new Māori Cricket Scholarship / Kirikiti Aotearoa Karahipi o Te Tohu Taakaro o Aotearoa Scholarship to assist promising Māori players to reach their potential

Community News

New Zealand Post Shield Finals begin today

Christchurch's Medbury has been crowned the top primary boys' school in the land, now it's the girls' turn as the 2015 New Zealand Post Shield Finals begin in Lincoln

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