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My Favourite Player
Off The Pitch, On The Field
On A Foreign Field
On This Day
Taking On The World
The Best There Never Was
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2002 ICC Champions Trophy
22 of Southland, 15 of Canterbury
Notes From Long Slip
Last Over With Erin: John Sparling
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...
Taylor’s Double: 200 ODIs for the BLACKCAPS
As of Todd Astle's 2017 debut, 193 men have represented New Zealand in ODI cricket. In the fourth ODI of the BLACKCAPS' series against...
Bangladesh & Conference Cricket
Conference cricket, first announced in April 1997, was meant to be New Zealand Cricket’s grand new innovation. Its primary function was to serve as...
28 June 1949
28 June 1949 saw the final day's play in the second Test of New Zealand's series in England. Starting the day 59 runs ahead in...
Between the Covers
Cataloguing books in a museum library can provide the cataloguer with problems. The main one is that you end up reading the books instead...
Lieutenant Hāmi Grace of Wellington
The short life of Thomas “Hāmi” Grace is very much the stuff of legend. The word “brave” seems to have been invented for him,...
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