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The 1976 White Ferns in India: part one
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...
Plenty of Devil; the Blanche Te Rangi story
It’s a striking image: two young women stand with bats and caps in hand, the bank at Whanganui’s Cook’s Gardens rising behind them in...
A Guide to WHITE FERNS in the Kia Super League 2016
2016 is an historic northern summer with the launch of the Kia Super League bringing the world's best cricketers to England for an exciting new...
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...
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...
Patricia McKelvey: From Waiwhetu to the MCC
As we commemorate 125 years since women in Aotearoa were granted the right to vote, we celebrate a pioneer of women’s cricket in this...
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