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A Forgotten Legacy
There are several notable dates in the early history of New Zealand cricket, from the country’s first interprovincial match in 1860, to our first...
The Backyard Leader: Ruth Martin
“ took a catch out of the sun and it hit her in the eye and she had to go off. I remember them...
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...
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,...
Best On Debut
Colin de Grandhomme broke a 65 year-old record in the opening Test of the BLACKCAPS' 2016 series against Pakistan. The Auckland all-rounder's first innings...
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...
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