Ellis and Satterthwaite take top Canterbury Cricket awards

All rounders Andrew Ellis and Amy Satterthwaite took out the Harcourt’s Vision Player of the Year awards at last nights Canterbury Cricket awards dinner.

Elliott and Devine Cricket Wellington Awards Winners

Grant Elliott and Wellington Blaze and Sophie Devine were named the 2010/11 Men’s and Women’s Wellington Cricketers of the Year at last night’s end of season Cricket Wellington Norwood Awards.

Nicol, Wagner take out MVP honours

It has been a stellar summer for Nicol across all competitions, but performances in the One Day competition and HRV Cup propelled him to a position in the Mitre10 MVP standing.

Aldridge picks up top award for Northern Districts

The veteran seam bowler was named ND Player of the Year after this season becoming the highest wicket-taker in the history of the New Zealand domestic one-day competition.

De Boorder Cricketer of the Year at Otago awards

Wicketkeeper Derek de Boorder was the big winner at the Otago cricket awards. The 25-year-old picked up three awards, scooping the batsman, fielder and player of the year honours.

De Boorder Cricketer of the Year

Wicketkeeper Derek de Boorder was the big winner at the Otago cricket awards yesterday, claiming three awards.

Wagner pinching himself

Neil Wagner may be something of a master apprentice of reverse swing but he is not about to reverse his decision to throw his lot in with New Zealand.

Wizards take out Plunket Shield

The Canterbury Wizards formally reclaimed their status as the best first-class cricket side when they completed an eight-wicket victory over Plunket Shield defending champions the Northern Knights.

Intriuging final day looms

Adjectives are often used out of place in sport but there are few other words other than sensational to describe Neil Wagner's ground-breaking cricket feat today.

Wagner picks up five wickets in one over

Otago Volts fast bowler Neil Wagner has rewritten the record books by taking five wickets in one over against Plunket Shield cricket rivals the Wellington Firebirds.

Wizards in drivers seat thanks to Henry five-for

Henry, 19, grabbed a five-wicket bag, his second of the season, when he returned figures five for 54 as defending champions the Northern Knights were skittled for 149.

Chasers stall on opening day

Rain and the only two teams who cannot win the Plunket Shield four-day cricket competition, the Auckland Aces and Otago Volts, combined to play the spoiler's role.

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