Wizards and Magicians Captains Named

The two captains who will lead Canterbury’s domestic men’s and women’s sides for the 2009/2010 summer of cricket were announced at the recent Canterbury Cricket Club and Representative Season Launch.


Images from the New Zealand Cricket Awards.

Kallis sinks Otago Volts

Indian Premier League team the Bangalore Royal Challengers have knocked out the Otago Volts from the Champions League in India with an 80 run win.

Domestic cricket schedules announced

New Zealand Cricket has confirmed the schedules for the 2009-10 domestic men’s four-day and one-day competitions, along with the women’s one-day and Twenty20 competitions.

Dream11.com joins hands with Otago Volts

The World’s No.1 Fantasy Cricket Game, Dream11.com today announced its tie-up with New Zealand Cricket to be the principal sponsors of its team.

Rutherford Wins Award

Rutherford has taken out the award for the best strike rate in the qualification period for batsman who scored more than 150 runs.

New Zealand Cricket and Ford drive new partnership

New Zealand Cricket and Ford Motor Company of New Zealand have formed a new commercial partnership which links the global car manufacturer with all levels of the game in New Zealand.

Encouraging Start for Otago Volts

The Otago Volts have made an encouraging start to their Champions League Twenty20 campaign with a narrow loss to IPL winners the Deccan Chargers in a warm up match.

Volts arrive in India for Champions League

The Otago Volts have arrived in India with preparations well under way for the Champions League.

Napier to play for Stags in HRV Cup

Central Districts is delighted to announce that Graham Napier (Essex and England A) will be playing for the Central Stags in the 2009/2010 HRV Cup.

New sponsor for Twenty20 Cricket

The 2009/10 HRV Cup will see the six major associations playing each other home and away for the first time prior to a showcase final between the two leading sides.

Nathan King to Coach Otago Sparks

Otago Cricket has appointed Nathan King to succeed Clare Taylor as Coach of the Otago Sparks.

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