The New Zealand Cricket Museum has teamed up with talented Wellington artist, Bo Moore, to produce a series of A3 posters that re-imagine the programme covers from some of our most famous cricket matches.
In March 1956, at Auckland, New Zealand and the West Indies met in the fourth and final Test of a series where the visitors had won each of the previous matches. At Eden Park, the New Zealanders would flip the script and make history, winning by 190 runs.
This poster commemorates that victory, our first in Test cricket.
Poster is sent in a cardboard tube.