National Women’s Under 21 tournament – Day Four and Five

DAY FOUR Central Districts U21 beat Canterbury U21 by 50 runs Defending champions Central Districts completed the one-day phase of the tournament going three from four, enough to regain the interim lead before leaders Auckland swept to victory on the adjacent ground. CD successfully defended a low total against Canterbury,...

National Women’s Under 21 tournament – Day Three

Another controlled knock from the tournament’s leading runscorer Saachi Shahri ensured Auckland’s Under 21 side remained undefeated after today’s Round Three in the annual NZC Women’s Under 21 National Tournament, while defending champions Central Districts sounded a big warning with a comprehensive victory over Wellington. Central captain Rosemary Mair, of Napier,...

Cricket Wellington awarded Sport NZ governance mark

Cricket Wellington has become the first regional sports organisation to be awarded the Sport New Zealand Governance Mark. The Mark, which indicates a sports organisation’s commitment to governance and processes was presented to Cricket Wellington Board Chair Sally Morrison and CEO Cam Mitchell during the BLACKCAPS opening test match of...

Ravindra set to make Firebirds debut

Promising young all-rounder Rachin Ravindra is in line to finally make his Wellington debut when the Firebirds travel South for their Plunket Shield clash with the Central Stags at Saxton Oval tomorrow. The 19-year-old who was selected as one of Wellington’s sixteen contracted players earlier in the year has spent...

T20 set for entertainment injection

International T20 cricket and Kiwi band Drax Project are set to bring sport and entertainment together at Westpac Stadium on Waitangi Day. In their only Wellington performance this summer, Drax Project will entertain fans between the WHITE FERNS v India and the BLACKCAPS v India T20 double-header, playing a set...

NZ XI hold Sri Lanka to draw

The young New Zealand XI came away with a highly creditable draw, and even had the sneaking chance for an improbable victory, in their three-day fixture against Sri Lanka at Napier’s McLean Park. The NZ XI were left to chase 262 in around 45 overs, for what would have been...

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