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

International News

Munro retires from international cricket

Colin Munro has announced his retirement from international cricket, officially calling time on an international career that spanned 123 matches.

International News

Williamson to lead experienced squad to ICC T20 World Cup

Kane Williamson will lead a BLACKCAPS squad with a wealth of tournament experience to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, starting in the West Indies and United States of America in June.

Community News

Whanganui Collegiate cricket stalwart calls time

The Whanganui Collegiate School scorebook will not be the same following this season’s retirement of long-standing scorer, Robert Wake.

International News

Allen and Milne ruled out of Pakistan T20 Series | Blundell and Foulkes in

Finn Allen and Adam Milne have been ruled out of the BLACKCAPS T20 Series against Pakistan. Allen suffered a back injury and Milne an ankle injury while training ahead of this evening's departure

International News

Obituary - Jack Alabaster (June 11, 1930 – April 9, 2024)

Jack Alabaster, who died in Cromwell on Tuesday aged 93, will be remembered fondly for his services to education and cricket, having played in New Zealand’s first four Test victories

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

International News

Christchurch, Wellington, and Hamilton awarded England Tests

Hagley Oval, the Cello Basin Reserve, and Seddon Park will host the BLACKCAPS’ three ICC World Championship Tests against England at the end of this year

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

International News

Devine to return for final ODI against England | Bezuidenhout ruled out

Sophie Devine will return to captain the WHITE FERNS for the third and final Dulux ODI against England at Seddon Park on Sunday.

International News

Mair ruled out of ODI series against England | Penfold called in

WHITE FERNS bowler Rosemary Mair has been ruled out of the remainder of the Dulux ODI series against England due to a back injury.

Domestic News

First-class debut was a tough act to follow

The past season marked the end for Wellington’s loyal paceman, Ollie Newton. The 35-year-old put away his bowling boots in February, but will always remember the incredible match that marked his first-class debut

International News

Michael Bracewell to lead T20I Squad in Pakistan | Tim Robinson wins maiden call-up

Michael Bracewell is set to captain New Zealand in his first international match since last March when the BLACKCAPS tour Pakistan for a five match T20I series later this month

Domestic News

Sparks farewell Sophie Oldershaw

Devastating on her day, the Otago Sparks leg-spinner has announced her retirement from Domestic cricket at just 25, after 89 appearances for the Sparks across both female formats  

International News

Devine ruled out of 1st ODI against England

Sophie Devine will not feature in the first Dulux ODI against England at the Cello Basin Reserve tomorrow.

International News

Devine ruled out of fifth T20I against England | Plimmer called in

WHITE FERNS captain Sophie Devine has been ruled out of the fifth Life Direct T20I against England following a quad injury sustained while bowling in the fourth T20I in Wellington yesterday.

Domestic News

Unbeaten Wellington Firebirds are Plunket Shield champions

The undefeated Wellington Firebirds have been crowned as the 2023/24 national first-class champions after wet weather on the final day in Hamilton prevented any further play, the big match with Northern Districts ending in a draw

International News

NZC & Sony Pictures Networks sign seven-year India broadcast deal

Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) has acquired the television and digital rights to broadcast and stream all New Zealand-based BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS matches into India and associated territories for the next seven years

Match Reports

Luck of the draw in decisive match

It had started as a 'Plunket Shield final' as the last two contenders for the national first-class title assembled in Hamilton. But wet weather would extend Northern Districts' long-running drought in the red-ball format while the Wellington Firebirds held on to their crucial points lead

Match Reports

Jordan Sussex does it again

Canterbury's final game and win of the 2023/24 season - including a Zak Foulkes maiden bag, will ironically be better remembered for the extraordinary wicket-taking spree from the opposition's wildcard






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