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A Record-Breaking Day: November 15 2015
One of the features of our Twitter account are posts highlighting events that have happened in our cricketing history on that particular day. After the WHITE FERNS & BLACKCAPS' performances on November 15...
Grassroots Update | NOVEMBER 2015
With cricket season well-and-truly here, we'll be bringing you regular updates on what's happening at the grassroots of the game around New Zealand. You can check out our first update here, or read...
From The Archive
Victor Trumper was one of the great batsmen of his era, and perhaps one of the best to ever take up the game. Among the many treasures in the New Zealand Cricket Museum...
Grassroots Update | OCTOBER 2015
In the last week we've seen a range of stories in the media about the great work of players, fans, and administrators who keep cricket going at the game's grassroots. In case you...
Obituary: Trevor Barber
The first mention of his name on a Test scorecard is in catching Sir Garfield Sobers, but now, sadly, Richard Trevor Barber's innings has come to an end. Having recently turned 90, it...
The Underrated Astle
Ross Taylor knocked off a lot of records during his innings of 290 against Australia at Perth in 2015. Among the records he broke was one that has been a career in the...
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