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The Mystery & Misery of Frank Betts
Will Pateman kicked through the river gravel, the stones scattering and rebounding over the path that passed under the bridge. The heavy whitebait net...
Last Over With Erin: JR Reid
John Richard Reid's First-Class career spanned 18 years during which time he amassed 16128 runs and captured 466 wickets. As a player, he was...
Last Over With Erin: Artie Dick
Artie Dick played 17 Tests for New Zealand, his career starting at Durban in 1961 and concluding four years later at Lord's. In this Last...
George Watson: from triumph to tragedy
The opening round of the 2017-18 Plunket Shield season saw the two Districts, Central and Northern, pitted against each other at Mount Maunganui on...
Plenty of Devil; the Blanche Te Rangi story
It’s a striking image: two young women stand with bats and caps in hand, the bank at Whanganui’s Cook’s Gardens rising behind them in...
Vale Delwyn Costello
The New Zealand Cricket Museum extend their condolences to the family and friends of WHITE FERN #90, Delwyn Costello, who passed away on 4...
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