Domestic News

NZ’s best set to make a Super Smash on 2019-20 domestic stage

New Zealand’s men’s and women’s Super Smash competitions are poised for an international injection this summer

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Firebirds put faith in homegrown talent

The Wellington Firebirds will again put their faith in homegrown talent this summer as they begin a new era under head coach Glenn Pocknall

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Canterbury Cricket announce first round of contracted players

Canterbury Cricket have announced 14 players in the first round of the Domestic Cricket contracting process

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Kyle Jamieson and Corey Anderson sign for Auckland

The first round of 15 contracts for Auckland Aces for 2019/20 season have been announced and feature two of the brightest domestic talents in the country, Kyle Jamieson and Corey Anderson

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Three New Volts receive Contract Offers

Dunedin Carisbrook batsman Camden Hawkins is one of three new players to be offered contracts to play for the Otago Volts for the 2019/20 cricket season. In total fourteen (14) players have been offered first round contracts

Domestic News

New season Central Stags contracts

“A strong and settled line-up — in essence, a generation of cricketers at the top of their game” is how Central Districts Cricket High Performance Manager Lance Hamilton describes the first 15 of the 16 new season Central Stags contracts on offer for 2019/20, revealed today

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Malan on the move

The Auckland Aces will have a new coach next season, but he'll be a very familiar face to their opponents

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Ryan McCone goes out on top

Central Stags and former Canterbury paceman Ryan McCone — a five-time first-class champion — has bid farewell to cricket at the top of his game

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Domestic bliss: 2018/19 review

It was one for the books. Two repeat champions and a droughtbreaker were among the five major NZC Domestic titles handed out in 2018/19, while Devon Conway and Natalie Dodd walked away as the individual stars of the season

Community News

Who will be New Zealand's top club?

The last national cricket trophy of the New Zealand season goes back on the line this week as the summer's best club sides from throughout the country convene at Auckland's Cornwall Park

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Final day of first-class season

New Zealand's 2018/19 first-class cricket season draws to a close today with two arch rivals set to take it deep and many reasons to want to end on a good note

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History made for Stags in coach's swansong

The final match didn't go to script for the Central Stags, but the outcome was a rare title defence, historic double and emotional sendoff for coach Heinrich Malan

Match Reports

Maiden centuries for Mitch Renwick, Graeme Beghin

The Otago Volts look to finish their first-class season with two wins on the bounce, posting their highest total of the Plunket Shield summer then forcing the Aces to follow on in Dunedin

Match Reports

Final fling

Northern Districts met again with rivals the Central Stags in the last round of the 2018/19 first-class season, setting the champions a difficult last day chase

Domestic News

Wellington scoring double act

The end of this season’s Plunket Shield has seen the stumps pulled on one of the lengthiest partnerships in New Zealand cricket.

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Canterbury withdraws from Plunket Shield match | Central Stags to retain first-class title

NZC’s 2018/19 Plunket Shield first-class national championship has been decided with ahead of this week's final round in sad and unique circumstances

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Former WHITE FERN Lucy Doolan retires

Allrounder Lucy Doolan ends her 14-year cricket playing career as a Wellington Blaze icon who won multiple trophies for the capital and represented New Zealand at several World Cups

Domestic News

"Woody" hanging up the bat

The forthcoming final round of the Plunket Shield will be the last appearance by Wellington Firebirds legend Luke Woodcock who is retiring after a record-breaking career

Domestic News

Two left in Shield race

Canterbury or Central Stags? This season's first-class Plunket Shield championship is going down to the last round next week

Match Reports

Maiden bag for Matt Bacon

A breakthrough six-wicket bag to big paceman Matt Bacon, and 10 for the match, gets Otago Volts hearts beating as they finally get a first-class win on the board for 2018/19

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