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Tom Latham and Matt Henry named in 20 man Blackcaps squad

July 1st, 2015

Twenty players have been offered 2015/16 BLACKCAPS ontracts BLACKCAPS contracts announced for 2015/2016 The inclusion of one new player and the return of two: these are the features of the 20-strong BLACKCAPS contracts list announced for the year 1 August 2015 to 31 July 2016. SKYCITY Northern Knights allrounder Mitchell Santner makes his first appearance   

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Cricket World Cup Delivers Strong Result For New Zealand

June 30th, 2015

    The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 drew significant numbers of international visitors and spending money into New Zealand according to an economic impact report released this week by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The report showcases the economic benefits enjoyed by New Zealanders from activities associated with the tournament, particularly in terms of gross domestic product,   

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HISTORIC TEST TO CELEBRATE CLOSER TRANS-TASMAN TIES

June 30th, 2015

Cricket’s first day-night Test will form the cornerstone of a newly-enhanced relationship between New Zealand Cricket and Cricket Australia. To be played in Adelaide starting November 27, the unique and historic clash – part of a three Test series carrying a total prize pool of $1m, will usher in a new era of trans-Tasman rivalry,   

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Nepal Fundraiser Canterbury Cricket Bat

June 22nd, 2015

Canterbury Cricket Association has donated a Full Sized Cricket Bat singed by the entire 2014/2015 Canterbury Cricket Team as a fundraising auction to go towards the victims’ of the Nepal Earthquake. This auction is being run as part of the NZ For Nepal fundraiser which is being organised by the Nepal NZ Friendship Society in   

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Cricket with a Rhino

June 15th, 2015

Known for their fierce hunting culture, these Maasai warriors show they are just as skilful when exchanging their spears for cricket bats. The team today took part in a charity match against the British Army Training Unit Kenya in Nanyuki, at the foot of Mount Kenya.The Maasai Cricket Warriors team are known for using the   

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