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Devon Mace


Vale Norm Wilson

In the course of some ongoing research for the Museum into the history of the Hawke Cup, Norm Wilson was one of those contacted. Northland has had a distinctive history in the Cup,...
South Africa 1932

Quick, Cold, A Little One-Sided

“At 9 o’clock we berthed and a few minutes later we were at the Cargen Hotel,” reads the diary of Ken Viljoen. “As the match was not due to start until 1.30 we...
Kane Williamson

Williamson In Context

Kane Williamson’s 130 at Dunedin, described by ESPNCricinfo’s Andrew McGlashan as “a wonderful display of batsmanship,” was in equal parts cricketing brilliance and statistical note. For starters, it was a relatively rare sight: only...
Conference Cricket

Bangladesh & Conference Cricket

Conference cricket, first announced in April 1997, was meant to be New Zealand Cricket’s grand new innovation. Its primary function was to serve as a step-between for First Class players in the frame...
Phil Horne

Limited Overs: Phil Horne

The New Zealand XI's victory over Bangladesh in the opening match of their 2016-17 tour was led by Auckland's Ben Horne. The 22 year-old batsman/wicketkeeper/occasional bowler hit 60* as the home team won by...

Limited Overs: Marty Croy

Eight seasons as Otago's wicketkeeper, four First-Class matches for New Zealand but, in his own words, there was "always someone just in front" of Marty Croy. In this week's Limited Overs interview he shares...