Domestic News

Yet another ton for ND's Super Cooper

Yet another hundred for ND's super Cooper; the Volts declare behind in Dunedin; and the Wellington Firebirds are moving in for the kill in Auckland to have the chasing teams on edge

International News

Full schedule for ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 revealed

A Trans-Tasman face-off at Wellington’s iconic Basin Reserve is one of the highlights of a 31-match schedule announced for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021.

Domestic News

Maiden century for Rachin Ravindra

A special day for a 20-year-old Firebird; even Stevens between ND and Canterbury at Seddon and the Volts have had a decent day of it in Dunedin

International News

Another 100 for Derek Walker

New Zealand umpire Derek Walker has raised his third umpiring century of the season by standing in his 100th first-class game in Dunedin

Domestic News

Conway's at it again

In the middle of a drought, wet weather arrived to interrupt - and advance - opening day of a big Round 6 of the Plunket Shield

Domestic News

Plunket Shield still anybody's game

We are down to the last three rounds of the 2019/20 first-class championship and it's still anybody's game... just

International News

A world-first for Cotton

New Zealander Kim Cotton is set to become the first woman to umpire a major world cup final.

Community News

NZ Over-50s depart for World Cup

This year’s tournament is being played in Cape Town, South Africa, from March 11–24. The number of teams has increased from eight to 12 and all of the top international sides will be participating.

International News

World Cup pace trio return as BLACKCAPS chase ODI history in Australia

The BLACKCAPS will have their front-line ODI pace attack for the upcoming Chappell-Hadlee Trophy series in Australia with Trent Boult, Matt Henry and Lockie Ferguson all fit for the three-game series

Match Reports

Double double! Joe Carter, Mark Chapman make history

An Outer Oval thriller with centuries to Henry Cooper, Ben Horne and history made as both Mark Chapman and ND captain Joe Carter score a century in each innings in the same Plunket Shield match

Domestic News

Early wins for Firebirds and Volts

The Firebirds give the Stags a bath at the Basin; ND captain Joe Carter has become the first man since November 2017 to score a century in each innings and the Volts have broken their egg with a 62-run victory over Canterbury

Match Reports

Firebirds reclaim Plunket lead

The Stags went in as competition leaders before a dramatic day one routing left them taking a bath in the Basin

Match Reports

Volts win at last

The Otago Volts have broken their Plunket Shield egg with a 62-run victory over Canterbury - with more than a day to spare

Domestic News

Northern Spirit out to make history

Until this season, Northern Spirit had never made a national final. Now they're hosting the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield Grand Final on their home turf, Seddon Park, against regular recent champions the Auckland Hearts

Domestic News

Chapman 100, Tickner 5fa

Another fast-moving day in the Plunket Shield with Blair Tickner's second first-class bag, a Canterbury collapse and Mark Chapman's career-best first-class century - unbeaten overnight on 131*

Match Reports

WHITE FERNS valiant in defeat

Beth Mooney’s brilliant half-century proved the difference as Australia beat New Zealand by four runs.

Domestic News

Firebirds set themselves up at the Basin

Henry Cooper and Joe Carter centuries; another big fightback from Rippon & Smith Ltd; and a dramatic start to the top-of-the-table clash at the Basin Reserve were all features as the fifth of eight rounds of Plunket Shield got underway today

Match Reports

Hawke Cup on the move

Two dramatic spells from Henry Shipley amid 15 wickets on the first day saw Hamilton all out before lunch on the first morning in their third defence of the season, Canterbury Country going on to win outright

Match Reports

Bowlers help WHITE FERNS launch mighty comeback

Hayley Jensen and Leigh Kasperek took three wickets apiece as New Zealand produced a tremendous comeback to down Bangladesh.

Match Reports

BLACKCAPS v India, Second Test, Hagley Oval

An assured 100-run stand between openers Tom Latham and Tom Blundell ensured there would be no nerves in the chase.

Community News

Hamilton aims for three in a row

Treading fearlessly where others have gone before, Zone 3 Challenger Canterbury Country has arrived at Galloway Park looking to be the chosen one to prise Hamilton's fingers off the Hawke Cup

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