First-class cricket could make its return to Alexandra later this year, Otago Cricket Association chief executive Mike Coggan says.
It was immediately obvious why Kannan Jagannathan was named community cricket official of the year at the recent New Zealand Cricket Awards.
Volts all-rounder Sam Wells slammed an undefeated 116 from 54 balls to help Albion win its second consecutive match at the National Club Championships in Auckland yesterday.
Pakistan test captain Misbah-ul-Haq will quit international cricket after the three-test series in West Indies beginning later this month.
Plans to practise and play more cricket at Alexandra’s Molyneux Park are picking up pace.
Tom Latham has been appointed New Zealand captain for one-day matches against Ireland and Bangladesh ahead of the Champions Trophy.
Otago coach Rob Walter has a bold plan to move the Volts forward and he wants to do it with more or less the same players.
Bella James had her name scribbled down on the team list before she even arrived at St Hilda's Collegiate.
Otago finished last in all three formats and that about says it all, really. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi reviews the dismal season.
Otago Sparks stalwart Katey Martin and Volts middle-order batsman Anaru Kitchen claimed the major prizes at the Otago cricket awards last night.
Albion will be making its third appearance at the national club championship and will field possibly its strongest side at the tournament.
Otago completed the triple play.
Pete Soper’s weathered face and calloused hands paint a picture of a man who has laboured outside all his working life.
For a guy who had just claimed his maiden 10-wicket bag, Ish Sodhi was awfully flat.
By February, Michael Rippon will be as Kiwi as bro.
The head of the international body believes the time is right for cricket to return to the Olympics.
The Black Caps’ season came to a wet end in Hamilton earlier this week, rubbing out a rare opportunity to record a test win against South Africa. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi reviews the home summer.
Anaru Kitchen would have dreamed of scoring a double century had he got much sleep.
Kane Williamson has been awarded the Sir Richard Hadlee medal for player of the year at the second year in a row at the New Zealand cricket awards in Auckland.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson smothered any flattery of his batting achievements against South Africa in the drawn third test, but his opponents were in no mood to follow suit.