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Lord Plunket’s Shield
Lord William Lee Plunket was the 5th Baron Plunket and the 12th man to serve as Governor of New Zealand once we became a...
Disaster & Triumph: from 26 to 190
At Eden Park in late March 1955, New Zealand and England met in Test cricket for the 21st time. While England had won the...
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...
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...
29 March 1946
Australia's 2016 tour of New Zealand marked 70 years since the two sides first met in a Test match. On that occasion, at the...
The Mankad in NZ History
In a tense finish to their U19 Cricket World Cup match, the West Indies' Keemo Paul dismissed Zimbabwe's Richard Ngarava by removing the bails...
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