Domestic News

Stephen Murdoch calls stumps

Canterbury Cricket and Cricket Wellington veteran Stephen Murdoch has announced his retirement from domestic cricket after a 12-year professional career

Domestic News

Southee / Latham claim First-Class honours | Conway and Gurrey do domestic double

Tim Southee claimed his third Winsor Cup for First-Class bowling, while Tom Latham won his first ANZ New Zealand Cricket award on day two of the 2020 honours

Domestic News

Graham “Jock” Edwards: 1955-2020

Jock Edwards, who passed away on Monday, April 6 aged 65, was one of Nelson sport’s most favourite sons, having fashioned a reputation as a swash-buckling wicket-keeper batsman for Central Districts and New Zealand through the 1970s and early 1980s.

Domestic News

Daniel Flynn hangs up the cap

Northern Districts legend and former BLACKCAPS batsman Daniel Flynn has announced his retirement from Domestic cricket

Domestic News

Craig Cachopa announces retirement

The Auckland Aces will have a new white-ball captain next summer with veteran Craig Cachopa going out on top

Domestic News

Free family fitness with Firebirds trainer

In lockdown with the rest of New Zealand, Wellington Firebirds trainer Andrew Smith is helping us stay focussed on fitness by beaming short, free daily workouts every day from his Kapiti Coast home garage

Community News

Shanan Stewart calls it a day

Most recently sighted helping his beloved Canterbury Country lock away the Hawke Cup for the 2020 winter, Canterbury legend Shanan Stewart has retired... and this time, it’s real

Domestic News

Andrew Ellis announces retirement

A former BLACKCAP and Canterbury captain, red and black stalwart Andrew Ellis has announced his retirement from after an 18-year professional career

Domestic News

Plunket Shield cancelled: Wellington declared winners

New Zealand Cricket has cancelled the last two rounds of the domestic Plunket Shield competition as a precaution against the spread or transmission of COVID-19

Domestic News

Excited for maiden Grand Final

Today at Seddon Park Northern Spirit captain Felicity Leydon-Davis will lead her side into her first ever Grand Final in the team's 20th anniversary season. What's been the Spirit's secret after a dazzling turnaround this season?

Match Reports

Centuries traded in Grand Final runfest

Hamilton witnessed one of the great Hallyburton Johnstone Shield finals with a maiden century for Arlene Kelly, a fighting big ton from Northern Spirit captain Felicity Leydon-Davis and inevitable heartbreak for one of two strong sides

Domestic News

Firebirds go one step closer

Black and gold Friday? The Wellington Firebirds are one step closer to breaking their title drought while the Otago Volts have scored a Plunket Shield victory over the Central Stags for the first time in almost a decade

Match Reports

Scorching Firebirds on the up

Is this the season they break the drought? The Wellington Firebirds have dominated the Auckland Aces in a key round of Plunket Shield action, claiming an innings victory after captain Michael Bracewell snaffled a maiden five-for

Match Reports

ND on the rebound

Northern Districts bounced back from a heartbreaking loss in a great contest in Auckland with another solid first-class performance, this time a win on their home turf

Match Reports

The heat goes on in Dunedin

Only three days of play was possible in Dunedin. After the Volts declared behind, it would prove long enough for a classic finish, the Volts beating the Stags in the Plunket Shield for the first time since February 2011

Domestic News

Yet another ton for ND's Super Cooper

Yet another hundred for ND's super Cooper; the Volts declare behind in Dunedin; and the Wellington Firebirds are moving in for the kill in Auckland to have the chasing teams on edge

Domestic News

Maiden century for Rachin Ravindra

A special day for a 20-year-old Firebird; even Stevens between ND and Canterbury at Seddon and the Volts have had a decent day of it in Dunedin

International News

Another 100 for Derek Walker

New Zealand umpire Derek Walker has raised his third umpiring century of the season by standing in his 100th first-class game in Dunedin

Domestic News

Conway's at it again

In the middle of a drought, wet weather arrived to interrupt - and advance - opening day of a big Round 6 of the Plunket Shield

Domestic News

Plunket Shield still anybody's game

We are down to the last three rounds of the 2019/20 first-class championship and it's still anybody's game... just

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