A Neesh Audience with the Kerr sisters
In our new podcast, A Neesh Audience, Jimmy Neesham talks to playmakers who’ll be part of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 in NZ. First up, White Ferns sisters Amelia and Jess Kerr.
Scoring victories for women in cricket
Meet the two women who’ve collected NZ Cricket honours traditionally handed out to men.
Why sausage sizzles won’t cut the mustard
Raffles and sausage sizzles - and pokies money - won’t be able to save sports clubs in the wake of Covid-19.
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
Kyle Jamieson - upfront about anger
The Black Caps’ new streak of a starter has made a splash - both for his bowling, and for his upfront talk about his anger issues.
Mastering the art of keeping all your balls in the air
Belinda Muller has managed major Kiwi sports teams in three different codes – netball, rugby and, now, cricket. The only difference, she’s found, is the size of their balls.
The accidental White Fern and her broken digits
White Fern offspinner Leigh Kasperek is quietly becoming known as one of the world’s best spin bowlers, even though she keeps breaking the tools of her trade.
Mithali Raj: From Lincoln to Bollywood
These days she’s a global superstar with a social media following in the millions who is having a Bollywood movie made about her life. Fair to say a lot has changed since Indian cricket captain Mithali Raj slept in a South Island university dorm.
Devine out to stage Big Bash intervention
Women’s Big Bash League player of the year Sophie Devine isn’t ready to reflect on her staggering feats just yet.