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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...
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...
The List: BLACKCAPS’ Test Centuries Record
Stewie Dempster was our first Test centurion and, until 1951, the only man to hit more than one century for the BLACKCAPS. Fittingly, it...
Greatest Year Of All Time
Much has been made of the BLACKCAPS class of 2014; they've been winning Tests, winning series, fighting hard and breaking records. Our #statchat desk...
2002 ICC Champions Trophy
2002 saw the third edition of the ICC Champions Trophy – the first to be played under that name. The tournament structure had changed...
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...
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