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.

Draw announced for ICC World T20 2012

The BLACKCAPS will meet Pakistan and Sri Lanka in pool play of the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 held in Sri Lanka from 18 September to 7 October.

NZC launch new women’s website section

A dedicated women’s section has been launched on the New Zealand Cricket Website.

New Zealand Cricket announces 2011-12 women’s fixtures

New Zealand Cricket today announced the full itinerary for the 2011-12 women’s summer of cricket.

Nicola Browne announced her retirement from international cricket

White Ferns all-rounder Nicola Browne has today announced her retirement from international cricket, ending a nine year career.

Leigh Kelly appointed as Wellington Blaze Head Coach

Cricket Wellington has appointed Leigh Kelly as the new Head Coach of the Wellington Blaze.

Six New Zealanders nominated for ICC awards

BLACKCAP fast bowler Tim Southee has been nominated for both the One Day International Cricketer of Year and Twenty20 International Performance of the Year while Hamish Bennett and Kane Williamson have made the list for the Emerging Player award.

Canterbury Cricket Unveils Women’s Wall of Fame

Canterbury Cricket has unveiled the Canterbury Women’s Representative Wall of Fame at their new Community Cricket Training Centre. The Wall honours all the Canterbury Women Cricketers who have gone on to represent New Zealand since 1931.

Hard work ahead for the White Ferns

OPINION: The White Ferns have returned from England with two disappointing fourth place finishes from the recent Twenty20 and ODI Quad series. Given these results, the key question is where to now for the national women’s team?

Mike Shrimpton picks up dual role with CD

Central Districts Cricket Association has announced Mike Shrimpton as Hinds Coach and also as a High Performance Coach.

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