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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...
The Underrated Astle
Ross Taylor knocked off a lot of records during his innings of 290 against Australia at Perth in 2015. Among the records he broke...
The Youngest Cap: Doug Freeman
About six kilometres from Sydney’s CBD lies the suburban setting of Randwick, a residential area known for more-or-less one thing: the races. But it’s more...
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...
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....
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....
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