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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...
Hally: Retired Farmer, Full-Time Sports Enthusiast
Not many people realise that the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield is named for the man who donated it for the domestic women’s cricket competition in...
Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton
Paul Barton's Test career started in special fashion, hitting 54 at Durban in his debut innings. He missed New Zealand's first win on foreign...
Super Smashing: T20 Winners
With four titles to their name, Auckland are easily the most dominant side in men's domestic T20 history. They also share the record for...
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