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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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Shadows On The Grass
JR Reid Goes Big
Review: The Skipper’s Diary
Obituary: Vera Burt
New Zealand was a divided nation in 1864; the New Zealand Wars were tearing apart the North Island, while gold miners from around the...
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...
Cricket to the Max
On February 5 1996, a new breed of cricket was launched in New Zealand as an NZ Selection took the field against an All-Stars...
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...
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,...
Second Lieutenant Hickmott of Christchurch
Rupert Hickmott was one of only two New Zealand cricket representatives to be killed in World War One. Wisden wrote, after his death at...
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