The Black Caps have been beaten by Bangladesh for the second time in as many years.
The Mainland Hawks will be batting for back-to-back titles when the national interprovincial over-40s cricket tournament starts tomorrow.
Lincoln Cricket has vowed to host its club day on Saturday regardless of whether its home ground is closed by the Selwyn District Council or not.
Transgender women have been barred from playing in international women's matches under new regulations from the International Cricket Council.
Five-time champions Australia battled through to the final of the 50-over World Cup against India with a nervy three-wicket win against South Africa.
India have eliminated NZ from the Cricket World Cup this morning, despite a tenacious ton from Black Cap Daryl Mitchell.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India are under fire over claims they have switched out the pitch for their side’s semi-final against NZ - without the ICC's permission.
Black Caps and Canterbury batter Henry Nicholls has been cleared of a code of conduct breach after he was reported for suspected ball-tampering.
Black Cap and Canterbury top order batter Henry Nicholls has been captured on game tape appearing to tamper with the ball during a Plunket Shield match at Hagley Oval earlier this week.
A first World Cup loss to hosts India has done little to dampen spirits in the New Zealand camp, with players soaking up the delights of Dharamsala and revelling in a visit to the Dalai Lama.
New Zealand brought Afghanistan back down to earth with a 149-run victory to stretch their winning streak in the Cricket World Cup.
Afghanistan pulled off a stunning 69-run win over defending champions England at the World Cup on Sunday, their second win in the tournament lifting them off the bottom of...
The Black Caps cruised to victory against Netherlands to continue their perfect start to the Cricket World Cup but one decision at least left commentator Ian Smith stumped.
Devon Conway and Rachin Ravindra smashed unbeaten centuries as the Black Caps crushed defending champions England by nine wickets in the opening match of the 50-over World Cup.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson made an encouraging half-century on his return from injury in a World Cup warm-up win over Pakistan.
From 8-3 after 4.2 overs, England rallied brilliantly to post 226-7 and then skittle New Zealand for 147 to win a rain-affected second ODI match.
Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell both hit unbeaten centuries to steer New Zealand to an eight-wicket win over England in their opening one-day international.