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The 1976 White Ferns in India: part one
In 1976, the New Zealand women’s cricket team travelled to India for their first tour of the sub-continent. While the matches wouldn’t be classed...
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...
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...
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