BLACKCAPS Kane Williamson and Tim Southee have been named in the ICC Test team of the Year for 2014, with Ross Taylor also being named as 12th man.
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A well-crafted 80 from Corey Anderson has put the BLACKCAPS in the box seat on day two of their three day match against Pakistan A, with the visitors holding a 16 run lead at stumps.
Peter Fulton’s men too strong in Hamilton.
BLACKCAPS TV caught up with Neil Wagner on arrival in the UAE.
Firebirds chase scuppered by loss of vital wickets in game one.
McClenaghan leaves it late to win it for the Aces.
It was hot and humid for the BLACKCAPS on day one of their three day warm-up match against Pakistan A, but the visitors have made a positive start to their tour of the UAE.
Knights make it two from two, taking down the Volts by ten runs.
Diamanti and Ellis get Kings out of jail to beat Stags.
We talk Island of Origin and Georgie Pie Super Smash with North Island skipper Kyle Mills.
Kyle Mills to lead side featuring returns for Derek de Boorder and Jesse Ryder.
Mike Hesson blogs on the day of departure to the UAE.
The Central Stags remain in a prime position heading into day three of their Plunket Shield match against the Otago Volts, despite rain limiting play on day two.
Volts face a battle to save match against seam attack in form.
PLUNKET SHIELD: Volts go down by an innings and 94 runs in Napier.
Rain has ruined the third ANZ One Day International between the BLACKCAPS and South Africa, with the heavens limiting Seddon Park to just 30.4 overs in total.
An open memo on a whole new ball game.
Seamers bowl Canterbury out for 242 at Hagley Oval.
The Firebirds had the best of the first innings and have the momentum heading into day three of their Plunket Shield match against Canterbury.
Despite bad weather plaguing day three, the Plunket Shield match between Canterbury and the Firebirds is set for an exciting finish.
PLUNKET SHIELD: Canterbury declare generously, but are beaten by four wickets at Hagley Oval.
South Africa take ANZ ODI by 72 runs and the series 2-0.
Our favourites from Twitter and Instagram of the BLACKCAPS newest venue.
For the first time in New Zealand history a solely women umpiring panel will officiate a domestic tournament this season, with the milestone happening at the New Zealand Cricket Women’s Under 21 National tournament.
PLUNKET SHIELD: Aces get early wickets but can’t ram home advantage in Whangarei.
PLUNKET SHIELD: Auckland’s noses in front after late fightback v Knights.
The Mondiale Auckland Aces have got their season off to a winning start, picking up a five wicket win in their opening Plunket Shield match against the SKYCITY Northern Knights
Milestone for the country’s newest cricket ground and venue for the opening game of Cricket World Cup 2015
It’s all on as the cream of domestic cricket line up for their islands of birth on 31 October.
NZ Herald cricket tipping is on! Get your picks and beat your mates – here’s the low-down.
de Villiers and Duminy class sees Proteas to first ANZ ODI win by six wickets at Bay Oval.
New Canterbury of New Zealand kit will debut in ANZ ODI Series v South Africa.
South Africa are here and mean business. Here’s why you should watch.
Answer three questions to be in to win with Priority Ticketing.
New Zealand Post is excited to be the new sponsor of New Zealand Cricket’s elite women’s national side, the White Ferns.
Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson, Tim Southee and Adam Milne not considered due to injury.
A strong New Zealand XI squad has edged past Scotland by one run in a thrilling match at Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln.
Streaming video of today’s warm up fixture from Seddon Park in Hamilton.
Steaming video of warm up fixture from Bert Sutcliffe Oval.
In the first of two parts, Mike talks ICC CWC 2015.
Auckland cricketer Natasha van Tilburg has been named in the 2014-15 White Ferns High Performance Squad at just 16 years old.
Cricket is here, with warm up matches underway across the country.
Doug Bracewell returns to the 15-strong squad named today for Pakistan Tests.
Barbados Tridents take dead rubber by six wickets in Bengaluru.
New Zealand’s premier Twenty20 cricket competition has a new name, new sponsor and new format.
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.
SKYCITY Northern Knights go down by 120 runs in face of powerful Kings XI Punjab performance.
Barclay has been elected by NZC directors to replace the previous delegate, Martin Snedden.
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.
86 run defeat brings SKYCITY Northern Knights back to the pack at Champions League T20.