Former Black Caps coach Mike Hesson has recalled the captaincy controversy involving Ross Taylor in 2012 as the "toughest time in his career".
Some of Canterbury's top cricketing minds are raising dire concerns about the main breeding ground for future Black Caps.
Two of Canterbury’s upcoming talents have been named in the second round of the domestic cricket contracting process.
New Zealand's test tour of Bangladesh has been postponed due to health and safety concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bangladesh Cricket Board says.
Black Caps all-rounder Daryl Mitchell will move from Northern Districts to Canterbury to play his cricket this domestic season.
Cricket Australia has announced a full schedule for the 2020-21 summer, including matches against the New Zealand men's and women's sides.
New Zealand Cricket has rubbished claims that Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson's test captaincy is under threat.
Canterbury umpire Kim Cotton and Black Caps veteran batsman Ross Taylor were two of the big winners at the New Zealand Cricket Awards.
If you have just got over the controversial loss to England in the World Cup final then you might want to skip the first chapter in Glenn Turner’s new book.
A lot has changed at a Canterbury junior cricket club since volunteer of the year and software whizz Martin Welford got involved.
With only nine St Albans players ever taking 50 premier wickets in a season, Matt Holstein and James Tapper created club history when they became the first pair to achieve the milestone in the same...
Cheviot and Leeston-Southbridge will battle it out for top honours in country cricket’s showcase final at Mainpower Oval in Rangiora on Saturday.
Australia and New Zealand's limited overs tours have been postponed in the wake of new travel restrictions announced by the New Zealand government on Saturday aimed at containing the spread of the...
Left-arm spinner Sam Carlaw achieved the perfect five-wicket bag by not conceding a single run during a miraculous display for his Christchurch club side.
Cricket Australia are set to make a decision this morning whether the one-day international between the Black Caps and Australia in Sydney will be played today.
The Government has refused to underwrite a $1.5 million ratepayer loan to help pay for the controversial lights at Hagley Oval.
Recent results suggest the Black Caps have what it takes to topple Australia in their three-match ODI cricket series across the ditch, but a glance at history provides a more pessimistic outlook.