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Martin Crowe Taonga Coming Home
The New Zealand Cricket Museum are pleased to announce that the community crowdfunding campaign, led by Adam Gilshnan and backed by New Zealanders around...
Vale Bevan Congdon
Bevan Ernest Congdon Born: Motueka, 11 February 1938 Died: Auckland, 10 February 2018 Right-hand batsman, right-arm medium-pace swing bowler Central Districts 1960/61-1970/71; Wellington 1971/72; Otago 1972/73-1973/74; Canterbury 1974/75-1977/78 New...
Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton
Paul Barton's Test career started in special fashion, hitting 54 at Durban in his debut innings. He missed New Zealand's first win on foreign...
Taylor’s Double: 200 ODIs for the BLACKCAPS
As of Todd Astle's 2017 debut, 193 men have represented New Zealand in ODI cricket. In the fourth ODI of the BLACKCAPS' series against...
Caught McCULLUM Bowled ORAM
Through an ODI career spanning 160 games, Jacob Oram claimed 173 wickets. More than a quarter of those wickets were the result of the...
The First XI: the best of the BLACKCAPS & WHITE FERNS...
In a year where the BLACKCAPS became the number one ranked T20 side in the world, there were plenty of highlights to savour. While the...
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