Devon Conway — glad he did not go home to South Africa last winter.
Canterbury Cricket and Mainland Football have appointed Hussain Hanif to a newly-created role of ethnic diversity and inclusion programme manager.
David Stuthridge acknowledged the symmetry when the heart attack survivor noted several of the pitches for the national over-60s cricket tournament were handily positioned at Hospital Corner.
The Canterbury Kings can book a spot in the grand final tomorrow when they face the Central Stags at Eden Park in the Dream 11 Super Smash elimination final.
Leeston-Southbridge put on a batting masterclass to secure a big win in the latest Canterbury country cricket round at the weekend.
The Black Caps have qualified for this year's inaugural ICC World Test Championship final after Australia pulled out of next month's tour of South Africa.
Canterbury Country launches its first Hawke Cup defence for the 2020/21 cricket season against Nelson at Mainpower Oval in Rangiora, starting today.
Black Caps coach Gary Stead opens up about his own cricket playing career, the infamous 2019 World Cup final, and whether he has ever fiddled with Kane Williamson’s set-up.
A resurgent Sefton consolidated their lead at the top of the country cricket leaderboard with a demolition job over Lincoln at the weekend.
Hagley Oval cricketers and fans will have to get used to helicopters transferring patients to nearby Christchurch Hospital.
Roly Scott’s 65-year love affair with cricket has come to a sad end. Like many on fixed incomes, he has had to make some tough decisions and the summer game is now out of his reach financially, he writes.
New Zealand stood on the shoulders of a giant to complete an emphatic clean sweep of their test summer and make official their No 1 ranking in the world.
One of NZ's last surviving World War II veterans, former first-class cricketer and tank driver Alan Burgess died in Rangiora last night.
Skipper Kane Williamson and a couple of teammates helped New Zealand post an enormous total against Pakistan to stand on the cusp of completing a four-from-four sweep of their test season.
New Zealand are piling up a sizable first innings total in the second test against Pakistan, on the back of a massive partnership between skipper Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls.
The milestones kept tumbling for Black Caps pair Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls early on the third morning against Pakistan.
For the third time in four innings, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has passed three figures, leaving his team well placed to pile on more pressure against Pakistan tomorrow.
There's a thrill unlike anything else in cricket when you watch a fast bowler on top of his game; a quick who looks like taking a wicket with every delivery.