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Ina Lamason is undoubtedly a pioneer in the history of women’s cricket in New Zealand. Recently, I have catalogued the Ina Lamason Collection at...
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The 2000 Women's World Cup, famous as our only world title (to date), also has another, slightly smaller, role to play in our cricketing...
Vale Vera Burt
New Zealand's oldest living Test cricketer died in Auckland on 21 September, 2017. Born in January 1927, Vera Esther Burt (nee Robinson) was 90 when...
WHITE FERNS’ World Cup Record
Australia, England, and New Zealand are the only teams to have featured at every Women's Cricket World Cup which puts them streets ahead in...
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,...
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...
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