In an ideal world, Brett Harrop will not have much to do this summer.
New Zealand will bank heavily on reverse swing to emerge from the trial by spin that awaits them in the test series in India, coach Mike Hesson says.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) expect a strong England side to tour the country despite two major withdrawals.
India has retained opener Shikhar Dhawan and middle order batsman Rohit Sharma for their three-test home series against New Zealand beginning in Kanpur later this month.
Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales made themselves unavailable for England's upcoming cricket tour of Bangladesh because of their security concerns.
Black Caps coach Mike Hesson kindly sat down with the Otago Daily Times cricket writer Adrian Seconi to answer a few questions before the team departs for India tomorrow.
India played a key role in sinking a proposal for a two-tier structure in test cricket.
Tributes are flowing for great sports journalist Don Cameron, who has died after short illness. He was 83.
The proposed two-tier system in test cricket will not go ahead, the New Zealand Herald has reported.
The planned $20,000 renovation of the pitch block at Molyneux Park will have to wait until next spring.
Australia piled up the highest ever total in a Twenty20 international on the way to a crushing 85-run victory over Sri Lanka in Pallekele.
If Rob Walter looks a little puffy, that is because he has smuggled in an extra layer under his polar fleece.
How do you fit three spinners and recalled Otago all-rounder Jimmy Neesham into the test XI?
Jimmy Neesham's return as a test allrounder contender enhances the selection options in the New Zealand squad of 15 named yesterday for their three-test, five-ODI tour to India.
All-rounder James Neesham has returned to the New Zealand squad for their three-test tour of India.
Pakistan's Sarfraz Ahmed and Shoaib Malik have led the tourists to a consolation four-wicket win over England in the fifth ODI in Cardiff.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) have put in place racial quotas for the national team across all three formats of the game in an effort to increase the number of black players.
England's Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow struck half centuries to guide the hosts to a four-wicket victory over Pakistan in the fourth one-day international in Leeds.
Australia beat Sri Lanka in the fourth one-day international in Dambulla, giving the visitors an unassailable 3-1 lead heading into the final match
Alexandra is set for a bumper summer of cricket and perhaps even a return to the halcyon days when a couple of thousand people would flood into Molyneux Park.