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Review: Bevan Congdon: A Singular Man
Bevan Congdon is probably quite high up on the list of cricketers who you would choose to play for your life. New Zealand cricket...
Last Over with Erin: John Guy
In March 2017, Erin Ward sat down with former New Zealand batsman, John Guy. Through his cricket career John achieved many milestones, including hitting New...
Last Over with Erin: John Ward
During the BLACKCAPS' 2017 Test against South Africa at the Basin Reserve, Erin Campbell caught up with former Canterbury and New Zealand wicketkeeper, John...
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...
Boots and Bats
With the end of the cricket season, it’s time to put the bat and ball away, mould those mouth guards, and clean your boots...
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...
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