Sir John Anderson unavailable for ICC VP nomination

The Board of New Zealand Cricket today announced that Sir John Anderson was not available to be considered as a nominee for the position of Vice-President of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

BLACKCAPS to visit Middlemore

Before the BLACKCAPS head off to Sri Lanka, two of the Auckland based players will be visiting Kidz First Children’s Hospital.

New Zealand's winner calls on countrymen to compete in the 2009 Cricket Art Prize

Jane Kellahan, the winner of the 2009 Cricket Art Prize has called on her nations artists to submit an entry. With only 2 months to go until entries close she asks Kiwi artists to ‘give it a go’.

Sharad Pawar becomes seventh ICC President

Sharad Pawar praises outgoing President David Morgan for “impressive innings”

NZC and CA disappointed by decision

The Chairmen of the two boards, Jack Clarke and Alan Isaac, said in a joint statement that Australia and New Zealand had nominated the best possible candidate from the region under the ICC's stipulated process.

ICC Executive Board consider the nomination for ICC Vice President 2010-12

Following lengthy consideration it was recognized that the nomination put forward by Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket did not have sufficient support.

New Zealand Cricket look to resume tours to Zimbabwe

The BLACKCAPS are looking to resume cricketing ties with Zimbabwe next year following key talks today between the Zimbabwe sports minister David Coltart and New Zealand Cricket chief executive Justin Vaughan.

INTERVIEW: Don Lockerbie

USACA CEO Don Lockerbie talks about cricket in the USA, the strategic partnership with New Zealand Cricket and the upcoming Pearls Cup series between the BLACKCAPS and Sri Lanka.

Howzat? Says the staff at Levin National Bank

The National Bank, a major sponsor of Cricket in New Zealand, set a task to all the employees – recreate a cricket game in the branch and win an evening with some BLACKCAPS.

Call for entries - Cricket Art Prize 2010.

Entries will now be accepted from any citizen from a full member, registered, ICC country i.e. – Australia, England & Wales, New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe who have completed their work in the last 12 months.

Requests for proposals issued for event brand identity for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

The ICC and the hosts of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 are requesting proposals from companies interested in providing the brand identity for the flagship ICC event.

Decision Review System to stay for Hamilton Test

The Decision Review System (DRS), which played on the big screen to spectators at the Basin Reserve last week, is to stay for the Hamilton test, starting tomorrow.

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