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Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton
Super Smashing: T20 Winners
Taylor’s Double: 200 ODIs for the BLACKCAPS
Caught McCULLUM Bowled ORAM
Throughout the 1920s and 30s, New Zealand cricket sides embarked on many significant tours that enhanced the reputation of the nation, both as cricketers...
Second Lieutenant Howe of Wellington
'Gillie' Howe represented Wellington in 1912 and 1914, playing five First Class and two 'miscellaneous' games for them. Two of his matches for Wellington...
Rifleman Bryden of Dunedin
Of Scottish descent, Thomas James Bryden (“Jim”) played two Plunket Shield matches for Otago. The first, against Canterbury at Lancaster Park in March 1913,...
A Forgotten Legacy
There are several notable dates in the early history of New Zealand cricket, from the country’s first interprovincial match in 1860, to our first...
Second Lieutenant Gordon Kinvig of Wellington
James Gordon Kinvig (known as “JG”, "Kinny" or simply “Gordon”) was the epitome of the amateur sportsman in the early 1900s. A fine rugby...
First On Field: Len Cuff
Ted Badcock, due to the fortunate positioning of his name alphabetically, is recognised as our very first Black Cap. Tom Lowry has the honour...
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