Mason stars as Hinds double up

White Fern Aimee Mason starred as State Central Hinds completed a double over State Otago Sparks in Dunedin.

Kember helps Hearts gain revenge

Ros Kember¦s 60 helped State Auckland Hearts avenge their opening day defeat at the Basin Reserve.

Hinds make winning start

A big-hitting innings from Sara McGlashan and a prolific spell from Kelly Winkley helped State Central Hinds to a six-wicket win over State Otago Sparks in Dunedin to open the State League season.

Blaze open with victory

Amanda Cooper and Kate Blackwell starred for State Wellington Blaze with bat and ball respectively in their side¦s State League victory over State Auckland Hearts at the Basin Reserve.

Sanath hopes for form

Former Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya hopes he will be able to regain his form in the upcoming one-day series in New Zealand and Australia.

Proteas in control

South Africa is in a strong position at stumps on day one of the second 3 Mobile Test at the MCG after the Proteas put on a late rally in the field to have Australia 8-239 at the close of play.

Ganguly hangs on

Sourav Ganguly has received a reprieve ahead of India's tour of Pakistan with the former skipper given a spot on the 16-man squad as well as a central contract for the next year.

Kemp out

South Africa batsman Justin Kemp has been ruled out of the Boxing Day Test against Australia at Melbourne after failing a fitness test.

Ganguly gets the nod

Sourav Ganguly has received a reprieve ahead of India's tour of Pakistan with the former skipper given a spot on the 16-man squad as well as a central contract for the next year.

Proteas in a spin

South African captain Graeme Smith has admitted the Proteas face a selection headache on whether to play a spinner in the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.

India in the money

The Indian cricket board has signed a lucrative kit sponsorship deal with Nike believed to be around ·25 million over a five year period.

National Women’s Development Tournament 2005: Finals

Canterbury took first place in the 2005 National Women¦s Development Tournament after a rain-abbreviated match at Ilam Playing Fields.

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