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New Zealand Cricket Awards
It is that time of year again: with the end of the international season and the last games of Plunket Shield being played its...
From Lau to Lancaster: the Story of Ilikena
When Fiji toured New Zealand in the 1977-78 season, it ended an association that stretched back to 1895 when a Fijian cricket side first...
How Southland Won The Hawke Cup
On July 18th 1910, the New Zealand Cricket Council received a letter from the Auckland Cricket Association offering a shield for cricket competition from...
Here We Are Now, Entertain Us; Part 2
Growing up in England, you listened to the radio or, when you could, watched cricket on the TV. By today’s standards, some of this...
Here We Are Now, Entertain Us; Part 1
We go to cricket, now, to be entertained - especially of course at T20 level. Watching the closing stages of the Women’s Big Bash...
A Title With No Name: NZ Women’s T20 Winners
In 2016-17, the Otago Sparks broke their duck, winning the NZ Women's T20 competition for the first time since it began in 2007-08. They have...
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