More home magic from Canterbury

Another strong outing from State Canterbury Magicians assured the State League champions maintained their 100% start to the season.

McGlashan on song for Hinds

Sarah McGlashan maintained her fine State League form to give State Central Hinds a 37-run win over State Northern Spirit at Fitzherbert Park

Five for Dodd in Blaze win

Anna Dodd took five wickets for only seven runs as State Wellington Blaze completed a double over State Otago Sparks at Dunedin¦s University Oval.

Magicians triumph despite McGlashan ton

Haidee Tiffen was again the scourge of State Central Hinds¦ bowling to give State League champion Canterbury Wizards a 23-run victory in Christchurch.

Tiffen weaves spell for Magicians

Haidee Tiffen¦s forceful innings helped State League champion State Canterbury Magicians to 62-run victory over State Central Hinds in Christchurch.

Mason stars as Hinds double up

White Fern Aimee Mason starred as State Central Hinds completed a double over State Otago Sparks in Dunedin.

Kember helps Hearts gain revenge

Ros Kember¦s 60 helped State Auckland Hearts avenge their opening day defeat at the Basin Reserve.

Hinds make winning start

A big-hitting innings from Sara McGlashan and a prolific spell from Kelly Winkley helped State Central Hinds to a six-wicket win over State Otago Sparks in Dunedin to open the State League season.

Blaze open with victory

Amanda Cooper and Kate Blackwell starred for State Wellington Blaze with bat and ball respectively in their side¦s State League victory over State Auckland Hearts at the Basin Reserve.

National Women’s Development Tournament 2005: Finals

Canterbury took first place in the 2005 National Women¦s Development Tournament after a rain-abbreviated match at Ilam Playing Fields.

National Women’s Development Tournament 2005: Round 5

Central Districts narrowly won through to the final of the 2005 National Women¦s Development Tournament after victory over Otago at Ilam Playing Fields.

Women’s National Development Tournament 2005 Round 1 & 2

Three half-centuries provide the highlight of the day on Round 2 of the Women¦s Development Tournament at Christchurch¦s Ilam Playing Fields.

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