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Obituary: Martin Crowe
Disaster & Triumph: from 26 to 190
Last Over with Erin: John Guy
Williamson In Context
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...
New Zealand’s Highest Test Scores
June 27 and 28 mark the dates that the WHITE FERNS and BLACKCAPS saw their players reach 200 in a Test for the first time....
Succumbing at Seddon
New Zealand has met the West Indies at Hamilton twice before, winning by a wide margin each time. The two matches followed a similar...
Lord Plunket’s Shield
Lord William Lee Plunket was the 5th Baron Plunket and the 12th man to serve as Governor of New Zealand once we became a...
Wiri Baker: The Cricketer
Wiri Baker was born on April 2nd 1892 in the small town of Otaki on the Kapiti Coast north of Wellington. Otaki is an important site...
CWC15 Semi Final: One Year On
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