Dean Brownlie is trying to make the most of his odd position in the New Zealand one-day international team.
As long as Leigh Kasperek does not try to catch the ball any time soon, she should be good to go for the World Cup later this year.
If you have tried to buy a ticket for day five of the test between the Black Caps and South Africa in Dunedin next month, then you would have been out of luck.
New Zealand pace bowler Trent Boult's focus is back squarely on Wednesday's second one-day international against South Africa despite being snapped up for a sizeable sum at the Indian Premier...
Aisha Rizwan (10), of George St Normal School, bowls and Marley Thompson (8), from Maori Hill, looks on at the Girls Smash cricket competition at Logan Park, yesterday; McKenna Olsen (7), of Port...
New Zealand has another instant cricket millionaire with fast bowler Trent Boult becoming a prized asset for Kolkata Knight Riders in April's Indian Premier League.
New Zealand came a close second in the opening match of their five-game ODI series against South Africa last night in Hamilton.
Otago will be heartened by some strong performances by the A side in the weekend.
If you thought the Black Caps’ loss to South Africa on Friday night was bad, then spare a thought for Kaikorai.
Southland confirmed its Zone four challenge for the Hawke Cup when it beat North Otago on the first innings over the weekend in Invercargill.
Cricket in the Outram area is expected to advance "from strength to strength" after the completion of a new $33,500 nets training facility at the Outram School was formally opened yesterday...
Most of us would be happy just to hit the winning runs.
Imran Tahir's wicket celebrations were among the highlights of South Africa's 78-run win in Friday's Twenty20 clash, but New Zealand have more to worry about as they head into the one-day series.
There is a lot more than pride to play for in Ashburton this weekend when Otago Country takes on home side Mid Canterbury.
Southland goes into its final zone four Hawke Cup elimination game against North Otago in Invercargill today with qualification more or less in the bag.
Just as one Duffy is making his way back, the other has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Otago Daily Times cricket writer Adrian Seconi looks at the prospects for today’s Ford Trophy final in Rangiora.
In light of issues at McLean Park, the Napier City Council has said delaying a returfing of the grounds slated for this year was "not ideal".
Otago pace bowlers Warren Barnes and Jacob Duffy have made welcome returns to the bowling crease.
The Black Caps are a formidable team at home but South Africa’s arrival presents a daunting challenge. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi looks ahead at the series.