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A Guide to the WHITE FERNS in the KSL Finals
On the 21st of August 2016, the inaugural Kia Super League reaches its conclusion. Finals day begins with the Western Storm and Loughborough Lightning...
Highest ODI Run-Scorers by Ground
In 2017's opening Chappell-Hadlee ODI between the BLACKCAPS and Australia, Martin Guptill went past his mentor, Martin Crowe, as the highest run-scorer at Auckland's...
The 1976 White Ferns In India: part two
Previously, we've brought you Part One of the 1976 White Ferns’ tour story, told through their captain Trish McKelvey and the diary the players...
The 1993 Women’s Cricket World Cup
After a five-year gap, the Women’s Cricket World Cup was again contested in 1993, returning to England where the tournament began 20 years earlier. As...
The 2000 Women’s Cricket World Cup
New Zealand cricket teams have a habit of punching above their weight at World Cups; the WHITE FERNS have been runners-up three times, while...
WHITE FERNS in the 2017 KSL
The 2016 Kia Super League ended with the New Zealand openers, Rachel Priest and Suzie Bates, going head-to-head in the final. Both players starred,...
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