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Taylor’s Double: 200 ODIs for the BLACKCAPS
As of Todd Astle's 2017 debut, 193 men have represented New Zealand in ODI cricket. In the fourth ODI of the BLACKCAPS' series against...
Caught McCULLUM Bowled ORAM
Through an ODI career spanning 160 games, Jacob Oram claimed 173 wickets. More than a quarter of those wickets were the result of the...
The First XI: the best of the BLACKCAPS & WHITE FERNS...
In a year where the BLACKCAPS became the number one ranked T20 side in the world, there were plenty of highlights to savour. While the...
Last Over With Erin: Bob Blair
With a bowling average of 15.16, Bob Blair is among the greatest First-Class bowlers in New Zealand history. In the 1956-57 season, he twice...
How The Windies Won
The West Indies' men come to New Zealand as the current ICC Twenty20 World Champions, having won the title for a second time at...
100 Domestic One Day Games
From 1992 through to 1998, New Zealand's premier women's side was determined through the Pub Charities tournament. Across these competitions, the contested format varied...
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