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George Watson: from triumph to tragedy
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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...
From Leonard to Harry: the Cave family legacy
When Harry Cave was selected to play Test cricket for New Zealand in 1949, he was fulfilling the promise of an entire family, a...
22 of Southland, 15 of Canterbury
In the summer of 1876-77, James Lillywhite brought a team of England’s best cricketers out to New Zealand and Australia. Beginning with games against...
In Praise of the Scrapbook
There was a time when a scrapbook was part and parcel of a sports' fan's everyday life. In a time before the internet and...
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