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The Youngest Cap: Doug Freeman
A Forgotten Legacy
Last Over With Erin: Bob Blair
Plenty of Devil; the Blanche Te Rangi story
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....
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...
Brendon McCullum: A Career In Pictures
Having made his ODI debut in 2002, Brendon McCullum has been a mainstay of the New Zealand line-up for 14 years - including playing...
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...
JR Reid Goes Big
In celebrating Michael Papps’ wonderful achievement in making the highest score for Wellington, with his monumental 316* against Auckland, last month, it is timely...
Big Trouble In Little Tariki
In rural Taranaki, between paddocks and alongside a railway line, a quaint white pavilion sits with its back to the iconic mountain. A small...
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