Women’s domestic summer opens with three rounds of action

The Action Cricket Twenty20 competition kick starts the summer with a series of matches on Friday 2 December ahead of the a full round of 50-over cricket in the Action Cricket Cup, before rounding out the weekend with moreTwenty20 cricket on Sunday.

Tauranga Intermediate and Takapuna Intermediate crowned national champions

Tauranga Intermediate School in lifted the NZC Cup for primary school boy’s while Takapuna Intermediate emerged victorious in the primary school girl’s NZC Shield competition.

How do the women's domestic teams shape up?

OPINION: The first round of Action Cricket Cup and Action Cricket Twenty20 starts this weekend and it promises to be an exciting season.

Day 1: NZC Primary School Shield results (girls)_

NZC Shield: New Zealand’s top Year 7 and Year 8 school cricket teams started a hard fought national finals tournament in Palmerston North today.

Expect plenty of Action in women's cricket this summer

The first round of Action Cricket Cup and Action Cricket Twenty20 starts this weekend and it promises to be an exciting season.

Christchurch Girls High School back to defend title

Christchurch Girls’ High School are looking to repeat last year’s effort and retain the New Zealand Community Trust Girls’ Cricket Cup as they are back again among the eight teams contesting this years secondary school girls’ cricket national finals tournament.

Images from the 2011 Awards

PHOTOS: Image from The National Bank New Zealand Cricket Awards 2011

Life after cricket for Nicky Browne

OPINION: Nicola Browne retired from international cricket in August. Just one month later she embarked on an island adventure in Rarotonga. Browne

Cricket Fans asked to have their say

The second Fan’s Choice Award gives cricket supporters the unique opportunity to vote for the player who has produced the most outstanding performance in the past year.

Hearts sign West Indian star Stafanie Taylor

The current ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year will be playing in Hearts colours this season with the announcement that Stafanie Taylor is coming to Auckland.

Roadshow promotes women's cricket

New Zealand Cricket Women’s Development Officer and current White Fern is visiting schools across the country, promoting cricket to young women.

The day in the life of a White Fern

OPINION: Playing cricket for your country is a dream come true. You join a small group of New Zealanders who have worn the fern for Aotearoa.

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