New Zealand will return to the glamour Boxing Day cricket test in Melbourne for the first time in 32 years, it has been reported.
Justin Langer has been confirmed as the head coach of the Australian cricket team, taking over from Darren Lehmann, who resigned after the ball-tampering scandal.
New Zealand Cricket is investigating whether it is safe to send the Black Caps to Pakistan later this year.
The Black Caps' rise above Australia in the International Cricket Council test rankings has been short lived.
Sydney-based The Ethics Centre has been appointed to conduct the review into the organisational culture of Cricket Australia after the ball-tampering scandal.
The back half of the World Cup campaign could define the tournament for the New Zealanders.
Kate Heffernan has packed more into the past two months than most 18-year-olds.
New Zealand Cricket is concerned by Otago's poor run of form during the past two years.
Teenager Jess Watkin and South Africa-born wicketkeeper-batsman Bernadine Bezuidenhout were yesterday called into the White Ferns squad to tour England and Ireland.
Upgrades to the Molyneux Stadium changing rooms have been completed and feedback from Otago Cricket has been positive, the Central Otago District Council says.
Speculation is growing that Justin Langer will be appointed Australia's next coach, but Cricket Australia is adamant no one has yet been chosen.
It was leg day at the gym yesterday.
The Volts had a lot of trouble keeping the scoreboard ticking this summer.
It has not been a glorious season for the Volts. They get the participation certificate but the attached ribbon is more of an off green than a crisp blue.
North East Valley will head into this week's national club championships with some confidence and plenty of depth in its side.
Long-serving wicketkeeper Derek de Boorder was voted cricketer of the year at the Otago Cricket Awards last night, while spinner Leigh Kasperek picked up the other big prize.
Three years of work has culminated in the Queenstown Cricket Club receiving national recognition.
Otago cricket will undertake an extensive review into the woes of the Otago Volts but is denying it is a witch hunt.
Neil Wagner does not think he has ever watched the ball as closely as he did when he batted to save the test against England on Tuesday.
Otago Volts coach Rob Walter wants to see his contract out and is already talking about next season.