Women’s Development Tournament 2007: Day Two

Auckland and Canterbury maintained their leadership of the Women's National Development Tournament at Lincoln University after their second bonus-point wins of the competition.

Germon named Canterbury CEO

Former BLACKCAPS wicketkeeper and captain Lee Germon has been named as the new Chief Executive Officer of Cantebrury Cricket.

Gillette Cup Finals 2007: Day Three

Auckland's Westlake College and Christchurch's Boys' High School will play-off for the 2007 Gillette Cup final after winning their respective pools.

Wizards slow Volts' chase

Half-centuries by Lucy Doolan and Liz Scurr ensured victory for Wellington Blaze over Northern Spirit and ensured the capital side moved above their visitors in the final State League table.

Hinds stifle Blaze

State Central Hinds recorded a five-wicket win over State Wellington Blaze at New Plymouth. Rachel Candy's three-wicket haul helped dismiss last year's State League finalists for 161 with an over to spare.

Record stand seals Magicians win

A solid showing from the State Wellington Firebirds top order ensured they completed a seven-wicket Twenty20 victory over State Otago Volts inside 17 overs.

Sinclair elated by new record

State Central Stags batsman Mathew Sinclair was elated after breaking Martin Crowe's provincial record score today. Sinclair posted an unbeaten 243 against State Otago Volts at Napier's Nelson Park

Shreck seals Firebirds win

Charlie Shreck claimed a five-wicket bag as State Wellington Firebirds claimed a nine-wicket victory over the State Champion Northern Knights at Seddon Park.

Auckland openers on song

A century stand from openers Tim McIntosh and Richard Jones helped State Auckland Aces to 259 for four at stumps against State Canterbury Wizards.

McCullum century boosts Volts

Nathan McCullum's century helped State Otago Volts to 386 in their trial match against State Canterbury Wizards at Lincoln.

Charlesworth to leave NZC

New Zealand Cricket High Performance Manager Ric Charlesworth today announced his resignation.

Nosworthy extends contract

State Canterbury Wizards Head Coach Dave Nosworthy has extended his contract for a further two years. Nosworthy is currently in his third year of his initial three-year contract with the Canterbury Cricket Association.

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