PM joins 50th test celebrations

Prime Minister John Key was part of the celebrations at the Allied Finance Basin Reserve over the weekend as the venue marked the hosting of its 50th Test.

Black Cap Number 1 presented to NZ Cricket Museum

A piece of New Zealand’s cricket history returned home today when Black Cap Number 1 was presented to the New Zealand Cricket Museum at the Basin Reserve.

Message from the CEO - Justin Vaughan (Update 2)

New Zealand Cricket CEO Justin Vaughan gives an update about the series against Pakistan, the Decision Review System, player conduct and the BLACKCAPS coaching position.

USA Cricket Association and New Zealand Cricket move towards strategic partnership

The USA Cricket Association (USACA) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) today announced the commencement of formal discussions with the intention of establishing a strategic partnership agreement between the two national cricket boards in the near future.

Unique Kiwi kids’ cricket programme celebrates tenth anniversary

More than 50,000 New Zealand children have participated in a unique cricket programme over the last ten years – with many more lined up to enjoy another summer of the sport.

Celebrating ten years of MILO Cricket

What are two things that are totally Kiwi? MILO and cricket and because of this fantastic combination MILO and New Zealand Cricket are celebrating ten years in partnership.

First Foundation scholarship announced

Christchurch based student Anna-Monique Nussbaumer will soon be gracing the halls of New Zealand Cricket after being awarded the First Foundation scholarship.

Message from the CEO - Justin Vaughan

The 2009/10 cricket season is upon us – and now is a great time to look ahead to the summer with anticipation but also to reflect on the achievements of the past year.


Images from the New Zealand Cricket Awards.

New Zealand Cricket appoints new President, Directors

Long-time Auckland cricket stalwart Denis Currie has been named as the new President of New Zealand Cricket.

New Zealand Cricket Annual Report 2008/09

New Zealand Cricket has released its 115th Annual Report today, reporting a surplus of $6.84m after distributions.

Young fans flock to BLACKCAPS signing

Thousands of children flocked to Cromwell Cricket Club in Auckland on Tuesday to get a glimpse of their cricketing idols.

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