Record-smashing White Ferns rise from the ashes
The White Ferns’ record-breaking feats stem back to their failure at last year’s World Cup.
Tiffen targets World Cup redemption
The bond between Haidee Tiffen and Suzie Bates began nearly a decade ago thanks to bonding over a couple of Beyoncé songs.
Inglorious Days: The story of the 1994 tour to South Africa
It started innocuously enough. Just a few blokes sitting around drinking wine at a classy South African vineyard when a musty, familiar odor caught a few nostrils.
From the Sportsroom: Test match fever special edition
It’s already a disaster. The Black Caps have even lost the toss yet (or if you’re reading this after 10.45am they have) and it is already a disaster
The golden years of Ross Taylor
Ross Taylor has never looked more at ease at the crease. But, at 33, the Black Caps master batsman is entering the twilight years of his career.
Women in cricket - back from extinction
A year after female cricketers were described as “a species on the verge of extinction”, Diana Puketapu lifts the number of women in the sport’s governance to an unprecedented high.
The cricketing gods hate the Black Caps
For an injury-depleted team that has defied all odds, the weather forecast for Hamilton is a cruel blow.
Shane Warne casually writes off NZ’s pace attack
Having studied at the feet of the masters – Tails, Heals and the simpering import Mark Nicholas – Shane Warne has now graduated from a promising bellicose cheerleader into a full-blown douche.