Latest news from ‘New Zealand’

White Ferns win series in superover thriller

The White Ferns have triumphed 2-1 over the West Indies in the Twenty20 series, winning the third and final Twenty20 in a dramatic superover at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in Kingstown, St Vincent.

West Indies level series

The White Ferns Twenty20 series against the West Indies will be decided on Sunday, after the hosts levelled the series 1-1 with a seven-wicket-win at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in Kingstown.

White Ferns cruise in opening Twenty20

The White Ferns have cruised to a seven wicket victory in their opening Twenty20 fixture against the West Indies Women at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in Kingstown.

West Indies take unassailable lead

The West Indies have convincingly beaten the White Ferns by eight wickets in their third One Day International at Warner Park in St Kitts, taking a 3-0 lead in the best of four series.

Knights progress to Champions League group stage

The SKYCITY Northern Knights have made it three from three in the Champions League Qualifying tournament and progressed to the main draw, having convincingly beating the Mumbai Indians by six wickets.

West Indies take 2-0 lead

Despite a blistering knock of 89 from 93 balls from Sophie Devine, the White Ferns have fallen to the West Indies Women by 65 runs in the second One Day International.

West Indies Women strike first

The West Indies Women have claimed a five-wicket victory over the White Ferns in the opening One Day International at Warner Park in St Kitts.

NZC acknowledges UK police decision

New Zealand Cricket acknowledges the decision from British police to lay perjury charges against former New Zealand cricketer, Chris Cairns.

A West Indies welcome

“They’ll want revenge.” White Ferns batsman Katie Perkins gives a Q&A after the team’s recent arrival in the West Indies.

New Zealand A finish with draw

New Zealand A have capped off their tour of the United Kingdom with a draw against Surrey in their Three Day match at The Oval.

White Ferns to host England this summer

The White Ferns will host powerhouse side England this summer, with the series seeing the two nations square off in the second round of the new ICC Women’s Championship.

Day one of NZ A game rained out

New Zealand A’s great tour of the United Kingdom has so far been blighted by one thing – the weather. It struck once again last night.

Final One Day match abandoned

New Zealand A’s final One Dayer against Scotland in Edinburgh has ended in no result, after rain limited the two sides to just 8.3 over of play before being abandoned.

Twin centuries put New Zealand A 2-0 up

A maiden List A ton from Michael Bracewell (106) and a second consecutive century from Grant Elliott (103*) has led New Zealand A to a 97 run win in their second One Dayer against Scotland.

Twin centuries put New Zealand up 2-0

A maiden List A ton from Michael Bracewell (106) and a second consecutive century from Grant Elliott (103*) has led New Zealand A to a 97 run win in their second One Dayer against Scotland.

New Zealand A trounce Scotland

Centuries from Grant Elliott (109) and BJ Watling (119*) have led New Zealand A to a comprehensive 199 run victory over Scotland in their first match at Ayr in Scotland.

New Zealand A Tri-series champions

New Zealand A have won their Tri-series with the England Lions and Sri Lanka A, after overcoming the former by seven wickets (D/L Method) in Worcester overnight.

Gaffaney to umpire debut Test

New Zealand umpire Chris Gaffaney will become the 479th Test cricket umpire after being appointed to officiate the Test match between Zimbabwe and South Africa beginning Saturday.

Rain ruins New Zealand A match

New Zealand A has seen their One Day match against Sri Lanka A finish in no result, after rain ruined the opening fixture of the two sides’ Tri-series with the England Lions in the UK.

Q & A with Sophie Devine

We check in with White Ferns Sophie Devine as to how she’s been tracking over the winter months and discuss her other main sporting interest – hockey.