Former Black Cap and Otago cricketer Neil Broom has "joined forces" with a United States Premier League franchise.
Two one-day national champions will be crowned this weekend. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi is predicting wins for the Otago Sparks and Freddy Krueger.
Here is a question that occupied far too much of my time this week — how many New Zealand male cricketers have scored at least two list A centuries and taken at least two list A five-wicket bags?
Disappointment was at the top of the list.
Remember Guppy — the former international, Martin Guptill, who blazed 23 centuries across three formats for New Zealand?
Otago beat the odds and made it into the Ford Trophy elimination final where they will host Auckland at the University Oval today.
A roundup of premier grade cricket games played in Dunedin over the weekend.
Emma Black for the White Ferns.
Bowled over. That is how you might describe Otago’s remarkable resurgence.
Otago has moved from the doghouse to an apartment on the hill.
How do we get "Up the Wahs" at the top of the story?
Richard Perkins can start working on his golf game again.
All going well, Caitlin Blakely will bring up her 100th list-A game for the Otago Sparks tomorrow.
Is this Neil Wagner’s last test? The Black Caps left-armer will turn 38 in March.
The Otago Rugby Football Union faces an enormous bill of more than $200,000.
Just like that Otago are into third place and have taken control of their destiny.
The Otago Sparks should be fully loaded for their crunch games against the Auckland Hearts in Dunedin this weekend.
Lycra is out.
You will not find any Otago bowlers in the top 10 wicket-takers in the Ford Trophy.
Tai Webster will return for a second stint with the Otago Nuggets.