International News

The Basin breakdown

What to watch out for when the second ANZ Test against South Africa rolls into Wellington on Thursday.

International News

Patel's fire burning

At 36 years of age Jeetan Patel's international cricket career reincarnation is almost complete

Domestic News

Plunket Shield clock ticks

With just 12 days of cricket remaining in the New Zealand domestic first-class season, the heat is on the top contenders to bring it home

International News

Broom in line to make Test debut

Neil Broom is in line to make his Test debut, after being named to replace Ross Taylor in the BLACKCAPS squad for the second ANZ Test against South Africa.

Community News

Bay of Plenty completes unbeaten Hawke Cup season

Southland headed to Bay Oval determined to stop Bay of Plenty's golden run. But would Bay of Plenty or the end of the golden weather stop Southland?

Domestic News

Pink ball cricket plenty of fun

Three drawn results don’t do justice to the interest sparked by the introduction of day/night first-class cricket last week. So what did the players make of it all?

International News

WHITE FERNS look to World Cup

The evidence is clear that these are exciting times for WHITE FERNS cricket. What's got coach Haidee Tiffen and the team fizzing for the World Cup?

International News

Tom Pritchard 100 not out

Tom Pritchard, New Zealand’s oldest first-class cricketer turns 100 today

International News

Six-week rehab for Guptill

BLACKCAPS opener Martin Guptill will undergo a six-week-long strength and conditioning rehabilitation programme before returning to the field

Match Reports

Cracking contest in first night ball cricket

Firebirds captain Michael Papps became the first to a pink-ball century as first-class night cricket made its debut, then enforced a follow-on for good measure

Match Reports

Sodhi sizzles but Seth Rance scorches

A pink-ball seven-for for ND leggie Ish Sodhi had the shine taken off it when Seth Rance struck back with a devastating career-best six-for

Community News

Bay of Plenty with chance of unbeaten Hawke Cup season

Southland was the original holder of the historic Hawke Cup but they face a mighty task trying to prise it from Bay of Plenty's grip

Match Reports

Night ball cricket comes to Eden Park

A record fifth-wicket stand and pink ball century for Canterbury captain Andrew Ellis is met with a career best from young Ace Ben Horne

International News

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 fixtures released

Bristol is set to be a crucial battle ground for the WHITE FERNS at the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, following the release of the tournament schedule on International Women’s Day

Corporate News

Obituary: Peter Gasston

New Zealand Cricket is saddened by the passing of representative umpire Peter Gasston on Monday. He was 56.

Match Reports

Draw in Dunedin

Consistent rain has washed out day five of the first ANZ Test with a draw declared just before two o'clock in Dunedin.

International News

Test time

The form, the facts and the history between the two sides, ahead of the BLACKCAPS 1st ANZ Test against South Africa at University of Otago Oval in Dunedin.

Match Reports

Déjà vu for the WHITE FERNS

The Rose Bowl proves elusive once again in a high-scoring ODI at the Mount, Meg Lanning posting her 10th century to claim the 100th ODI of the iconic trans-Tasman contest

Domestic News

Plunket Shield night session times

All you need to know about first-class cricket under lights at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, Hamilton's Seddon Park and Auckland's Eden Park this week

International News

Wickets then homework for Amelia Kerr

Tawa College has gifted the WHITE FERNS a wicket-taking whizzkid — and it would appear to be bad news for Australia’s finest in a Rose Bowl ODI Series that’s going down to the wire

Match Reports

South Africa seals series

South Africa secured a six-wicket win in the fifth ANZ ODI to claim a 3-2 series victory

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