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Sir Richard Hadlee Debuts
Rob Franks is, in his own words a "cricket fanatic - spectator, viewer, collector, researcher & writer." On February 2 1973, it was as...
New Zealanders In The 2017 IPL
The Indian Premier League is undoubtedly one of the world's most popular cricket leagues, and the salaries on offer help secure the futures of...
Caught WATLING Bowled SOUTHEE
Ian Smith and Sir Richard Hadlee claimed their last wicket as a pair in June 1990 when Smith caught England's Alec Stewart at Nottingham....
BLACKCAPS Champions Trophy Record
Two-time champions India have an impressive tournament record, compiling just seven losses across seven and a half tournaments. Another two-time champion, Australia, would've had a much...
Captain Kane: Chasing History
From Tom Lowry in 1930 through to Brendon McCullum's swansong in 2016, there have been 28 different men who have captained the BLACKCAPS in...
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...
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