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Last Over With Erin: John Sparling
Bat for New Zealand, Fat for Britain
Martin Crowe Taonga Coming Home
Private Wilson of Christchurch
George Charles Lee Wilson was the second New Zealand cricket representative to be killed in World War One. He burst on to the provincial...
Second Lieutenant Hickmott of Christchurch
Rupert Hickmott was one of only two New Zealand cricket representatives to be killed in World War One. Wisden wrote, after his death at...
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...
First On Field: Len Cuff
Ted Badcock, due to the fortunate positioning of his name alphabetically, is recognised as our very first Black Cap. Tom Lowry has the honour...
Of Sandman and Grimmett
Anyone who has done historical research will appreciate just how hard it is to wrap up your story. Here at the New Zealand Cricket...
Enter Donald Sandman
Unless you play cricket for St Albans, where a cup is named in his honour, most New Zealanders won’t know the name, Donald McKay...
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