Carter appointed Wizards Coach

BLACKCAPS Assistant Coach, Bob Carter, has been appointed as the new State Canterbury Wizards Head Coach. Carter replaces Dave Nosworthy who is leaving to coach in South Africa.

Michael Davidson, Canterbury Cricket’s 12th Contracted Player

Canterbury Cricket CEO, Lee Germon, announced today that Michael Davidson has accepted a playing contract with Canterbury Cricket for the forth coming season.

Mascarenhas to join Volts

England International Dimitri Mascarenhas will play for the State Otago Volts in the State Shield and State Twenty20 tournaments this summer.

Major Association Contracts for 2008/09 Announced

The six Major Associations have today released the list of players offered contracts for the 2008/09 season.

Major Association Contracts Announced

The six Major Associations have today released the list of players offered contracts for the 2008/09 season. The players offered contracts are:

Strang adds to High Performance mix

Auckland Cricket, in conjunction with New Zealand Cricket, have just added the expertise of ex-Zimbabwean International Paul Strang to their High Performance coaching staff.

Reeve to coach Stags

Former England international Dermot Reeve has been appointed as coach of the State Central Stags.

Van Wyk reappointed captain of the State Canterbury Wizards

Kruger Van Wyk has been reappointed as captain of the State Canterbury Wizards for the forthcoming season.

Parlane returns to Northern Districts

Cricket Wellington and Michael Parlane have today announced that he will be returning to Northland and Northern Districts to finish his first class career where it began 16 years ago.

Cornwall wins national club title

Cornwall made it two in a row for Auckland sides as they took out a rain affected Southern Trust National Club Championships final against Sydenham.

Stewart hits back for Wizards

A Kane Williamson half-century Northern Districts replaced Central Districts as National Provincial A leaders after a 41-run defeat of Wellington at Lincoln Green.

McSkimming claims five-wicket bag

Otago Volts seamer Warren McSkimming took five wickets to dismiss championship-chasing Canterbury Wizards for 247 at Carisbrook.

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