Bangladesh Cricket Museum

A Little Bit Of Pride Among The Memories

The first Test of 2017's series between the BLACKCAPS and Bangladesh showcased all of Test cricket's nuances. It started with talk of pitch condition...

The Poetry Of Cricket: Part One

I think it is true to say that, of all our sports, it is cricket that is the most literary. The library at the...
Pro, An English Tragedy

Review: Pro, An English Tragedy

Arthur Douglas Bruce Hamilton (1900-1974) is best known as a crime and thriller writer. His novels such as The Brighton Murder Trial¹ and Traitor’s Way² are tautly...

Review: The Team That Never Played

The Wahine tragedy of 1968 had a shuddering effect on New Zealand. It was one of those events where people alive at the time...

Museums & Memories

Last week, Cricket Museum staff went to collect a large amount of cricket books that someone had left us in their will. The gentleman’s...

Review: Chinaman

Like it or not, New Zealanders are pretty good at claiming people as our own; New Zealand's Ben Stokes won the Ashes, New Zealand's...