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Captain Kane: Chasing History
Fastest and Biggest: BLACKCAPS v West Indies
2002 ICC Champions Trophy
Brendon McCullum: Being World Class
Best On Debut
Colin de Grandhomme broke a 65 year-old record in the opening Test of the BLACKCAPS' 2016 series against Pakistan. The Auckland all-rounder's first innings...
From Leonard to Harry: the Cave family legacy
When Harry Cave was selected to play Test cricket for New Zealand in 1949, he was fulfilling the promise of an entire family, a...
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...
Boots and Bats
With the end of the cricket season, it’s time to put the bat and ball away, mould those mouth guards, and clean your boots...
Disaster & Triumph: from 26 to 190
At Eden Park in late March 1955, New Zealand and England met in Test cricket for the 21st time. While England had won the...
Rewind: Top 15 Performances of 2015
From the BLACKCAPS at the World Cup to the WHITE FERNS taking the points in every ICC Championship series they played, 2015 has been...
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