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Patricia McKelvey: From Waiwhetu to the MCC
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The Story of Pic: a Pioneer of New Zealand Women’s Cricket
The First XI: the best of the BLACKCAPS & WHITE FERNS in 2017
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...
New Zealand’s Highest Test Scores
June 27 and 28 mark the dates that the WHITE FERNS and BLACKCAPS saw their players reach 200 in a Test for the first time....
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...
Snaps By The Way: Nancy’s Scrapbook
On the 16th of February 1935, the WHITE FERNS played their first Test, facing England at Christchurch's Lancaster Park. Among the players that took...
A Guide to WHITE FERNS in the 2015-16 WBBL
The Women's Big Bash League is now underway in Australia, marking the start of one of the most exciting tournaments ever for women in...
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...
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