Domestic News

World Cup spots on the line at Nationals

The first major national age-group tournament of the season is set to get underway tomorrow at NZC's High Performance Centre, with the country's top men's Under 19 cricketers gathering in Lincoln and vying for a place in the national team

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ND stays unbeaten in Ford Trophy

With the Andy Roberts Memorial Trophy on the line, early Ford Trophy leader Northern Districts dominated the Firebirds at Seddon Park

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Bags mine: Ray Toole takes five

In a replay of the last summer's Ford Trophy Grand Final, defending champions Central showed they still have the wood over Canterbury, with a well paced win

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Finn Allen blasts off with massive ton

The brilliant striker struck a career-best 168 off just 110 balls to set up a massive victory for the Auckland Aces. Watch the highlights here

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It's open season on partnership records

Better together: just weeks into the one-day summer, significant records have already been smashed in both The Ford Trophy and Hallyburton Johnstone Shield

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WHITE FERNS Stand Up Ahead of Pakistan Series

The Hallyburton Johnstone Shield produced timely big performances as the sunny weather returned for Rounds Three and Four

Match Reports

Brave Northern bounces back against Blaze

The Blaze and Northern Districts teams were up for another big fight on Seddon Park's silky surface, but after Blaze's record-shattering performance on the previous day, this time fortunes would be reversed in the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield fourth round clash

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Blue and Green should be seen

It was Green on Green in Auckland as the Hearts' Maddy did it again, but not before the Hinds' Claudia Green took her maiden five-wicket bag in Domestic cricket

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Magicians off the mark

After a tough start of the season, the fourth round of the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield finally delivered the goods for Canterbury as they took their revenge in Rangiora

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Plimmer clinic lights up Seddon Park

What a knock from a 19-year-old playing her first Hallyburton Johstone Shield day/nighter. Northern Districts was hosting the history-making night match in Hamilton, but Wellington Blaze stole the show thanks to Georgia Plimmer's amazing maiden 147 and an all wickets record

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Sparks zap the Magicians

Heading into the third round of the HBJ, the Canterbury Magicians - last season's runner-up - were still hunting their first win. They'd still be in that position at the close of their first home match of the season

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Illing worth a look

A brutal triple-wicket over from young left-arm swing bowler Bree Illing had the Auckland Hearts in charge early in a top-of-the-table third-round clash against the Central Hinds

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Hammer time in Nelson

Defending champions the Central Stags were upset by a strong Northern Districts side in a hard fought match in which both captains almost reached a century

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Volts celebrate Invercargill homecoming

The Otago Volts made the most of their first match at Queen's Park for five years - with a century and a bag of their own for good measure

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Adam Milne bag not enough in Christchurch

A searing bag from Firebirds and BLACKCAPS quick Adam Milne wasn't enough to stop Canterbury cantering to victory in their Ford Trophy opener

Domestic News

The Ford Trophy is back!

Get the picnic basket ready because The Ford Trophy is coming to a town near you, bringing exciting contests between bat and ball as six teams compete for the men's national one-day crown

Domestic News

History for Seddon Park this Saturday night

A New Zealand cricket first in Hamilton and a top-of-the-table clash in Auckland are among exciting items on the menu for the second weekend of the national women's one-day championship, the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield

Match Reports

Dunner stunner as ND takes outright lead

ND snatched victory from the jaws of defeat after key performances from Brett Hampton and Neil Wagner in Dunedin ensured they stayed top of the Plunket Shield ladder after four of the eight rounds

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Still Got It!

Former WHITE FERNS leg-spinner Erin Bermingham retired from all cricket in 2019. Or so she thought. Today, she spun back in to the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield after answering an SOS from her old team

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Frustration mounts for rain-stymied Canterbury

For the second Plunket Shield match in a row, Canterbury worked their way into a winning position, only for last-session rain to deny them any spoils - while weather also cost the Stags their chance to snatch the Shield lead

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