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The New Zealand Herald
Coach's blueprint pivotalDONE IT AGAIN: The CD Stags celebrate back-to-back Ford Trophy titles after win
Coach's blueprint pivotal
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
DONE IT AGAIN: The CD Stags celebrate back-to-back Ford Trophy titles after winning in New Plymouth on Saturday. PHOTO/SUPPLIED AS the predominantly young Central Districts Stags accepted their winning medals, an older figure seemed content to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rampant CD plunder runs for titleA jubilant Central Districts side celebrate winning the Ford Trophy. Photo / Ph
Rampant CD plunder runs for title
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
A jubilant Central Districts side celebrate winning the Ford Trophy. Photo / Photosport Thunderous Central Districts bats carried their side to a second consecutive Ford Trophy 50-over title at Pukekura Park in New Plymouth yesterday. And no one... Read more
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NZCity
Central Districts dominate one-day finalCentral Districts have defended their domestic one-day cricket title with a 156
Central Districts dominate one-day final
NZCity / Posted 12 days ago
Central Districts have defended their domestic one-day cricket title with a 156-run thrashing of Canterbury which had more than a hint of deja vu about it. Central posted a mammoth 405-6 after choosing to bat first at home ground Pukekura Park,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Central Districts crush CanterburyCentral Districts are domestic one-day champions, claiming a comprehensive 156-
Central Districts crush Canterbury
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 days ago
Central Districts are domestic one-day champions, claiming a comprehensive 156-run victory over Canterbury at Pukekura Park in New Plymouth today. Opening batsman George Worker scored 159 off 151 balls for the Stags, while Tom Bruce blasted his way... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Ryder could be key in finalBoth finalists are without key players, but Central Districts do have one signi
Ryder could be key in final
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 days ago
Both finalists are without key players, but Central Districts do have one significant potential matchwinner as they chase a second consecutive Ford Trophy 50-over title at Pukekura Park today. CD are without fast-medium Doug Bracewell while... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wheeler works on becoming 2-in-1 guyGOING PLACES: Ben Wheeler packs his gear before leaving with CD for New Plymout
Wheeler works on becoming 2-in-1 guy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
GOING PLACES: Ben Wheeler packs his gear before leaving with CD for New Plymouth on Thursday. PHOTO/Duncan Brown HE'S seen traditionally as an out-and-out bowler, but it pays to know Ben Wheeler was an allrounder from his school days. "I used to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Adam Milne signs deal with EssexAdam Milne has signed a contract to play for Essex this English county season,
Adam Milne signs deal with Essex
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Adam Milne has signed a contract to play for Essex this English county season, further reinforcing how much other countries value the skills of New Zealand's current cricketing crop. He will join Jesse Ryder and Auckland pace bowler Matt Quinn, who... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Stuttering Volts kept believingJust how has Otago been able to turn around what was shaping as a pretty misera
Stuttering Volts kept believing
Otago Daily Times / Posted 15 days ago
Just how has Otago been able to turn around what was shaping as a pretty miserable one-day campaign and give itself an opportunity to make the final? It is a question Volts coach Nathan King has been asked a lot lately. The short answer is he does... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Broom leads Otago to playoffOtago batsman Neil Broom celebrates his century during his side’s Ford Trophy p
Broom leads Otago to playoff
Otago Daily Times / Posted 17 days ago
Otago batsman Neil Broom celebrates his century during his side’s Ford Trophy preliminary semifinal against Auckland at Queens Park in Invercargill on Saturday. Photo by Photosportnz. Former Black Cap Neil Broom scored his third hundred of the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Canterbury stands between Otago and finalOtago is one win away from playing in the one-day final but it will have to bea
Canterbury stands between Otago and final
Otago Daily Times / Posted 17 days ago
Otago is one win away from playing in the one-day final but it will have to beat the competition's best side to get there. Otago demolished Auckland in its sudden-death playoff match in Invercargill on Saturday and it appeared as if Canterbury was... Read more
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18d
NZCity
Ryder anchors CD to one-day winFormer Black Caps big-hitter Jesse Ryder showed impeccable timing in leading Ce
Ryder anchors CD to one-day win
NZCity / Posted 18 days ago
Former Black Caps big-hitter Jesse Ryder showed impeccable timing in leading Central Districts to a two-wicket win over Canterbury in the domestic one-day cricket preliminary final at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. While front-runners Canterbury have... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jesse Ryder blasts Central Districts into one-day finalJesse Ryder blasting his traditional leg-side boundaries. Photo / www.photospor
Jesse Ryder blasts Central Districts into one-day final
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Jesse Ryder blasting his traditional leg-side boundaries. Photo / www.photosport.nz A composed century from a current Black Caps opener has been eclipsed by a brutal century from a former Black Caps opener in an astonishing Ford Trophy semifinal... Read more
19d
The New Zealand Herald
Waiting game sits well with spinnerSTAYING HIGH: Ajaz Patel has no qualms about playing the waiting game. PHOTO/FI
Waiting game sits well with spinner
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
STAYING HIGH: Ajaz Patel has no qualms about playing the waiting game. PHOTO/FILE AJAZ PATEL is the sort of bloke who doesn't let too many things get the better of him. But, in some respects, you tend to expect that from spinners in cricket teams... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Waiting game sits well with spinnerSTAYING HIGH: Ajaz Patel has no qualms about playing the waiting game. PHOTO/FI
Waiting game sits well with spinner
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
STAYING HIGH: Ajaz Patel has no qualms about playing the waiting game. PHOTO/FILE AJAZ PATEL is the sort of bloke who doesn't let too many things get the better of him. But, in some respects, you tend to expect that from spinners in cricket teams... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland fail to qualify for semifinalAuckland have failed in their bid to qualify for domestic cricket's Ford Trophy
Auckland fail to qualify for semifinal
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
Auckland have failed in their bid to qualify for domestic cricket's Ford Trophy's major semifinal, falling instead into an elimination scrap with Otago on Saturday. Needing victory from their final-round meeting with Central Districts to set up an... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Black Caps' year of breaking recordsMartin Guptill smashed the highest ever score at a Cricket World Cup. Photo / M
The Black Caps' year of breaking records
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Martin Guptill smashed the highest ever score at a Cricket World Cup. Photo / Mark Mitchell Just another day at the office. Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson powered their way into the T20 record books in Hamilton, but such feats are becoming par... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
McLean Park's light-bulb momentRIGGING PROCESS: McLean Park's lights are under scrutiny. PHOTO/FILE A few lig
McLean Park's light-bulb moment
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
RIGGING PROCESS: McLean Park's lights are under scrutiny. PHOTO/FILE A few light bulbs tend to come on when New Zealand Cricket blames McLean Park, Napier, for pulling the plug on next month's round of domestic first-class matches with pink... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mitchell Santner signs with WorcestershireMitchell Santner. Photo / photosport.co.nz Promising Black Caps all rounder Mi
Mitchell Santner signs with Worcestershire
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Mitchell Santner. Photo / photosport.co.nz Promising Black Caps all rounder Mitchell Santner is making the next step in his cricketing career, signing with English side Worcestershire. Santner has been signed for the 2016 NatWest T20 Blast,... Read more
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New Kerala
History of ICC U19 Cricket World CupDubai, Jan 11 : Cricket's finest young talent will be on display when the 11th
History of ICC U19 Cricket World Cup
New Kerala / Posted a month ago
Dubai, Jan 11 : Cricket's finest young talent will be on display when the 11th edition of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup is played across four cities in Bangladesh from Jan 27 to February 14 this year. The tournament, now a full-fledged biennial... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Narrow victory puts Volts in playoff positionOtago is finally in the winner's circle in the Ford Trophy, beating Northern Kn
Narrow victory puts Volts in playoff position
Otago Daily Times / Posted a month ago
Otago is finally in the winner's circle in the Ford Trophy, beating Northern Knights by three runs in Whangarei yesterday. With the win and other results going its way, Otago is now sitting in a playoff position, despite having won only the one... Read more
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NZCity
CD up to second after win over WellingtonFormer Black Cap Jesse Ryder top-scored with 83 as defending champions Central
CD up to second after win over Wellington
NZCity / Posted 1 months ago
Former Black Cap Jesse Ryder top-scored with 83 as defending champions Central Districts beat Wellington in a rain-hit match to climb to second in the domestic one-day cricket competition. Openers George Worker (64) and Ben Smith (57) also hit... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Otago Volts win thrillerNeil Broom made a big score for Otago. Photo / photosport.co.nz The Otago Volt
Otago Volts win thriller
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Neil Broom made a big score for Otago. Photo / photosport.co.nz The Otago Volts have jumped off the bottom of the domestic one-day ladder, beating the Northern Knights by three runs in a high-scoring thriller this afternoon. Missing four frontline... Read more
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