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...

Review: In Pursuit of Excellence

Barry Sinclair may be small in stature but his ability, hard work, and intelligence surely made him one of New Zealand’s finest and Bill Francis...