Bowl once. Bat twice.
New Zealand Cricket has played a straight bat on whether Molyneux Park will host domestic cricket next summer.
Kane WIlliamson is No3 in the New Zealand batting order, but potentially No1 in the cricketing world after the Bangladesh tour.
Otago has staged a late revival and will need to keep battling today to avoid a seventh consecutive Plunket Shield defeat.
Southland Boys' High School secured a thrilling win over Waikoikoi in their ILT 50 over competition match on Saturday.
It took much longer than anyone expected, but, eventually, the Black Caps wrapped up a dominant test victory over Bangladesh.
For the third time in his career as Black Caps batting coach, Craig McMillan sat back and soaked in the pleasure of watching his troops making history.
It remains to be seen whether Central Otago will experience domestic cricket next summer after it was announced yesterday the planned upgrade of Molyneux Park's cricket block will not occur until next year.
The Otago Sparks will get a glimpse today of what life will be like without Suzie Bates and Katey Martin.
As Jeet Raval and Tom Latham went about compiling New Zealand's biggest opening partnership in 47 years, you could be forgiven for wanting Bangladesh to be put out of their misery.
Jos Buttler and Chris Gayle went toe-to-toe with two titanic centuries as England defeated the West Indies by 29 runs in a scintillating fourth one-day international in Grenada.
Bangladesh were poised to give the Black Caps a fierce fight, but then Neil Wagner put them on the back foot - literally.