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Author: Eddy Bramley

John R Reid - New Zealand cricketing great and the country’s oldest surviving Test player, has died in Auckland, aged 92. Reid, regarded as one of the world’s best allrounders during his heyday in the fifties and early sixties, captained his country in 34 Tests including,...

The stage is set for one of New Zealand’s most hotly contested first-class cricket championships in years, albeit under new COVID-19 playing conditions. Other than six players currently in the UAE for the IPL, all of NZC’s contracted BLACKCAPS will turn out for their domestic teams for...

Just four months on from the BLACKCAPS Test match victory against India, the hallowed turf of New Zealand’s oldest cricket ground has been stripped back from its usual flush green top and recovered with a new 2,000-ton layer of sand. The massive turf renovation process is...

The Basin Reserve has been awarded the Domestic long format pitch of the year as part of the annual cricket pitch of the year awards for the 2019-20 season. The Basin joined Auckland's Eden Park (International Pitch of the Year) and Christchurch's Hagley Oval (short format...