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Tui Catch-a-Six

Plenty of oohs and ahhs from the BLACKCAPS summer, but none more so from the Tui Catch-a-Six promotion which saw two crowd members take home $100,000 each.

White Ferns v Southern Steel bowl off!

The White Ferns management team of Warren Lees (Coach), Pip Greenwood (Physio) and Helen Mahon-Stroud (Manager take on the Southern Steel stars of Wendy Frew, Jhaniele Fowler-Reid and Phoenix Karaka in a bowl off!

Sara McGlashan – White Ferns v West Indies

Sara McGlashan discusses the White Ferns nine wicket victory over the West Indies in the opening ODI, how she rates the side’s fielding unit in comparison to teams gone by and who the biggest joker in the squad is.

ICC Under-19 World Cup – NZ Stars

New Zealand Under-19 players Robert O’Donnell, Shawn Hicks and Tim Seifert speak ahead of their teams’ departure to the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Dubai.

Tui Beer Catch A Million competition winner

We have a winner in the Tui Beer Catch A Million competition. Michael Morton had the t-shirt and the lanyard and grabbed the one handed catch to get his share of the million dollars. Find out more about the next chance to catch the cash

New Year’s message from the BLACKCAPS

Coaches Mike Hesson and Bob Carter and players Kane Williamson and Adam Milne reflect on 2013, look forward to 2014 and talk about who they wanted to win The Ashes!

A BLACKCAPS Christmas message for our fans.

We recorded a special Christmas message for our fans on a visit to Starship Children’s Hospital on Christmas eve – thanks for all your support this year and happy holidays!

Kane Williamson screamer

Kane Williamson takes a diving one handed catch to dismiss Shivnarine Chanderpaul in the third ANZ Test at Seddon Park, Hamilton, 21 December 2013.

McCullum post 2 0 ANZ Test series victory

BLACKCAPS captain Brendon McCullum talks to the media following his side’s victory in the third ANZ Test against the West Indies in Hamilton. The BLACKCAPS won the series 2-0.

BJ and Corey talk third ANZ Test

We caught up with local lads BJ Watling and Corey Anderson to talk limo rides, days off and Seddon Park ahead of the third ANZ Test v the West Indies.

THAT catch

Trent Boult’s stunning grab to dismiss Denesh Ramdin from the bowling of Corey Anderson, in the second ANZ Test win at the Basin Reserve.

The new blackcaps.co.nz

We talk you through our website redesign, including live scorecards, using it on mobile and fixtures and schedules.

Neil Broom in Sri Lanka

BLACKCAPS batsman Neil Broom speaks ahead of the team’s second twenty20 against Sri Lanka at Pallekele International Stadium in Kandy.

Ben Laughlin 6 for 28

Australian pro Ben Laughlin equalled the best-ever New Zealand Twenty20 bowling figures for the SKYCITY Northern Knights, playing the HELL Wellington Firebirds at Hawkins Basin Reserve on 19 November 2013. Here are his six wickets in ten balls. Full match report is here:

BLACKCAPS TV talks to Corey Anderson

We ask BLACKCAPS all rounder Corey Anderson about his tour and the crowds in Bangladesh and ask ‘what’s the first thing you’ll do when you get home?’

Nathan McCullum in Sri Lanka

BLACKCAPS player Nathan McCullum talks about hitting 22 off the last four balls to win the second ODI against Sri Lanka and what the victory meant to the team going forward.

Mills and Latham Press Conference

BLACKCAPS captain Kyle Mills and Man of the Match Tom Latham speak to the media following the team’s dramatic final ball victory over Sri Lanka, in which Nathan McCullum hit 22 off the last four deliveries to win.

Jeet Raval – sharp run out for the Aces

Auckland Aces’ Jeet Raval runs out the Canterbury Wizards’ George Worker in the Plunket Shield match at Eden Park #2 starting on 12 November 2013. #video-player Remember, blackcaps.co.nz’s video scorecards have all the wickets and boundaries from Plunket Shield, HRV Twenty20 and the Ford Trophy.

60 second chat with Mitch

BLACKCAP Mitchell McClenaghan doesn’t mind the criticism about his taste in music and clothes and reckons a few of the old boys need to get with the times a bit more…