Wickets have been in short supply at Saxton Oval but Otago will need to conjure up 10 of them today if it is going to make a winning start to the Plunket Shield.
Virat Kohli hit an unbeaten 154 as India beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third one-day international in Mohali.
The first session of the summer certainly went to plan for Otago.
South Africa produced a wonderful bowling display to beat the White Ferns by five wickets in the rain-affected sixth one-day international in Paarl yesterday.
The Black Caps have seven home tests this summer. If they play as poorly as they did during the third test against India it could be a long season. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi caught up with New...
Rob Walter’s curriculum vitae suggests a quick fix is at least possible.
The Otago Cricket Association emerged from its winter cocoon barely recognisable, Adrian Seconi writes.
Black Caps captain Kane Williamson scored a hundred to set up a thrilling six-run victory in the second one-day international and end his side's winless run in India.
The White Ferns clinched a series victory against South Africa with a 95-run win in the fifth one-day international at Boland Park in Paarl yesterday.
Former Black Cap Neil Broom left our shores in excellent touch.
Brendon McCullum says he will "never forgive" Chris Cairns and he hopes he never again crosses paths with the man he once considered a hero.
New Zealand's cricket public now have a heightened expectation of performance from their national team, according to cricket boss David White.
Former Northern Districts captain Brad Wilson has been appointed skipper of the Otago first-class side.
The Otago Cricket Association will have to monitor its financial position closely during the next few years as it seeks to rebuild its working capital.
England will use the two-test series in Bangladesh to solve selection issues and prepare for the potentially tougher series they face over the coming months.
The White Ferns' powerful top order has guided the team to a dominant victory against South Africa yesterday.
A heroic century from Darren Bravo put West Indies in sight of victory in the first test before Pakistan finally prevailed by 56 runs on an absorbing final day of the day-night contest.
For the second match in a row the White Ferns powerful top order have guided the team to a dominant victory.
The grass is greening up nicely, the banks are looking set and now it is going to be easy to tell the score.
An eight-wicket haul from West Indies' Devendra Bishoo breathed fresh life into the first test against Pakistan in Dubai, leaving his side with a faint chance of pulling off the unlikeliest of wins...