The Black Caps have crumbled to just 166 but have a right to feel aggrieved after finding themselves on the wrong end of a DRS shocker.
The Black Caps have reportedly suffered a big blow just hours out from the first cricket test against Australia, with fast bowler Trent Boult ruled out of action due to a side strain.
The Black Caps and their Australian counterparts will band together before the first test to pay tribute to the lives lost in the White Island eruption.
Australian run machine Steve Smith sees a little bit of himself in Kane Williamson as his team prepare to take on arguably New Zealand's best ever batsman.
St Andrew's College have made history at Hagley Park today by winning the country's top prize in secondary school cricket for the first time.
England wasted a golden opportunity to force a result in the second test against New Zealand as Joe Denly dropped the simplest of catches from Kane Williamson.
Joe Root and Ollie Pope batted England into a first-innings lead as they reached 379-5 at lunch on the fourth day of the second test against New Zealand.
Canterbury paceman Andrew Hazeldine's return to club cricket was pivotal in Lancaster Park's 30-run win over Old Boys Collegians to take out the Christchurch one-day premiership competition.
A powerful Leeston-Southbridge outfit flexed their muscles to topple closest rivals Southbrook on Saturday and leap to the top of country cricket.
Tim Southee and Matt Henry removed two of England's top-order as New Zealand reduced the tourists to 39-2 and took control of the second test by the close of play on the second day at Seddon Park...
East Christchurch Shirley batsmen Leo Carter and Timothy Hampton-Matehe produced a once in a career 318-run partnership during their two-day premiership match against Heathcote.
Watching Daniel Stanley blast 119 from 86 deliveries to help his Old Boys Collegians side book a spot in the premiership one-day final, you wouldn't know he started the season with five ducks.
Heavy rain forced players from the field at Seddon Park in Hamilton, shortly after they returned from a tea break on the first day of the second test between New Zealand and England.
All-rounder Daryl Mitchell will make his test debut in New Zealand's second match against England on his home ground at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Friday.
Canterbury continued their run of form in the Ford Trophy one-day competition against Northern Districts on Wednesday.
The spectator who racially abused England test star Jofra Archer could be banned for life from attending any cricket matches in this country.
Otago was behind the eight-ball right from the start of its one-day game against Canterbury in Christchurch yesterday and suffered a heavy loss.