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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 World’s Greatest Cricketer: Sid Smith
The Best There Never Was
Sydney Gordon Smith is one of the more remarkable cricketers to have ever represented New Zealand. Born in Trinidad, Syd played First Class cricket for the West Indies, England (as the MCC) and...
RELEASE – On A Foreign Field
The NZ Cricket Museum commemorates WWI with On A Foreign Field To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is launching On A Foreign Field, an...
Stat Me Up
In December 2012, the BLACKCAPS packed their bags and embarked on a tour of South Africa during a turbulent time for our national team. South Africa is a challenging tour at the best...
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