Private Wilson of Christchurch

George Charles Lee Wilson was the second New Zealand cricket representative to be killed in World War One. He burst on to the provincial...
1973 Women's Cricket World Cup

The 1973 Women’s Cricket World Cup

It was women after all, who staged the first ever Cricket World Cup - an idea born out of a few after-dinner brandies on...
blackcaps champions trophy record

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...
Phil Horne

Limited Overs: Phil Horne

The New Zealand XI's victory over Bangladesh in the opening match of their 2016-17 tour was led by Auckland's Ben Horne. The 22 year-old...

Snaps By The Way: Nancy’s Scrapbook

On the 16th of February 1935, the WHITE FERNS played their first Test, facing England at Christchurch's Lancaster Park. Among the players that took...

Sergeant Alan Wallace of Auckland

As a talented sportsman and academic, Alan Wallace is a fascinating addition to our World War One XI. Wallace played three games for Auckland...