Forgotten Black Caps allrounder Colin de Grandhomme was the unlikely destroyer as Wellington continue to chase Auckland's tail after two days of their final-round Plunket Shield match. The 27-year-old played five limited overs games for New ... Dominion Post, 1 week ago
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Cricket: De Grandhomme hit-out for Aces trumped by Wizard - New Zealand Herald, 2 months ago
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Colin de Grandhomme hit 40 to help Auckland end the HRV Cup on a winning note. Photo / Getty Auckland ended a disappointing T20 campaign on a winning note at Eden Park yesterday. They beat bottom side Central Districts by 33 runs. Auckland ...New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago Cricket: Kitchen gives Auckland extra reasons to be confident New Zealand Herald, 3 days ago Cricket: Auckland fired up for shield contest New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
Colin de Grandhomme provided the batting power as the Auckland Aces eased to a decisive 92-run win over the Central Stags in their second round Ford Trophy one-day cricket clash at Nelson's Saxton Oval today. De Grandhomme's unbeaten 78-runs off ...Stuff.co.nz, 2 days ago De Grandhomme powers Aces to win Stuff.co.nz, 3 days ago De Grandhomme steers Auckland to six-wicket win ESPN Cricinfo, 2 months ago Stags top Ford Trophy table, Aces and Volts win ONE News, 5 days ago
The Northern Knights blasted their way one match closer to the Twenty20 grand final in Hamilton. A 40-run victory over the Auckland Aces tonight pushed the Knights to the top of the domestic competition on net run-rate over the Otago Volts with ...The Press NZ, 1 month ago Northern Knights edge closer to Twenty20 final Dominion Post, 1 month ago Knights, Volts book finals spot, Wizards cling on ONE News, 1 month ago
Auckland Aces 194 (Colin de Grandhomme 44-, Chris Nash 41, Doug Bracewell 3-46) beat Devon Hotel Central Stags 161 (Carl Cachopa 41, Kieran Noema-Barnett 40, Lachie Ferguson 2-21) by 33 runs. The Auckland Aces ended their HRV Twenty20 season today ...Voxy.co.nz, 1 month ago Aces bow out in style in HRV Cup ONE News, 1 month ago
The Auckland Aces have made four changes to their squad for their thrird round match with the Northern Knights in Hamilton tomorrow. Gareth Hopkins returns after missing the last game due to family commitments and Tipene Friday, Matt Quinn and Jono ...Scoop, 7 hours ago
Canterbury cricket officials are hoping for settled weather to enable their next scheduled one-day competition match to be play at Hagley Oval against Central Districts on Sunday. There was never any chance of Lake Hagley hosting the midweek match ...The Press NZ, 1 day ago
Canterbury and Wellington picked up their first points of the domestic one-day cricket competition after appalling weather caused their 50-over match in Christchurch to be abandoned without a ball bowled. As the storm pelted Christchurch ...Dominion Post, 2 days ago Wellington share points with Canterbury in washout The Press NZ, 2 days ago Firebirds, Wizard share points Stuff.co.nz, 2 days ago
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Craig Cachopa Defending domestic one-day cricket champions Auckland made it two from two as they beat Central Districts by 92 runs in Nelson yesterday. After losing the toss and being asked to bat first, Auckland made 307-7 from their 50 overs ...New Zealand Herald, 2 days ago Cricket: Aces 2 from 2 after beating Central (Newstalk ZB) Yahoo!Xtra, 3 days ago Cricket: Kitchen throws sink at Northern New Zealand Herald, 5 days ago
There was last over drama at Seddon Park as the Northern Knights' BJ Watling and Jono Boult chased down the Otago Volts' score with one ball to spare, after Jesse Ryder had lifted his side with his second century in two games. Jesse Ryder's second ...ONE News, 2 days ago Knights pull off last-over win over Volts MSN New Zealand, 2 days ago
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