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Well Played, Nic
White Ferns and Northern Spirit all-rounder, Nicola Browne, announced her retirement from all forms of the game following the final round of domestic matches...
In Memory of Margaret
Before former-BLACKCAPS and West Indian Test wicketkeeper, Sammy Guillen died in 2013 he was proclaimed as having been New Zealand’s oldest Test player at...
Pearl in Whites
For years a pair of batting gloves have been on display at the New Zealand Cricket Museum with a label noting that they were...
Testing the Ferns
On the 6th of May 1934, delegates from each of New Zealand’s provincial centres were invited to a meeting in Oamaru with the intention...
White Ferns & the Empire
On the 21st of January 1938, the largest group of New Zealand athletes to ever travel overseas assembled at Wellington’s Queen’s Wharf. In the...
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...
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