Ailing all-rounder Ronnie Hira is again missing from the Canterbury cricket team for their return 50-over joust against Central Districts at Timaru's Aorangi Oval today. Hira was hospitalised overnight in Auckland but is recovering from a virus and ... Stuff.co.nz, 2 months ago
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Canterbury were unable to quite capitalise on the flying start Ronnie Hira gave them to their first innings against Auckland on the opening day of the Plunket Shield match at Rangiora's Mainpower Oval today. Canterbury's innings went in fits and ...Dominion Post, 1 month ago Honours shared on first day of Plunket Shield clash between Canterbury and Auckland Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago
Canterbury batsman Neil Broom returned to University Oval to frustrate his former Otago team-mates on the opening day of a weather-affected Plunket Shield game on Wednesday. Broom batted for nearly four hours in making his 117, which provided the ...Stuff.co.nz, 3 days ago
Photosport SPIN DOCTOR: Canterbury's Todd Astle is the leading wicket-taker in the Plunket Shield with 39 scalps. A simple approach and extra yard of pace have resulted in an avalanche of Plunket Shield wickets for Canterbury's ...Dominion Post, 4 days ago Canterbury legspinner Todd Astle putting batsmen in a spin in the Plunket Shield Stuff.co.nz, 4 days ago
Central Districts batsman Tom Bruce announced himself with a maiden first class century although Canterbury were still staring down a victory after day three of their Plunket Shield match at Nelson's Saxton Oval on Thursday. Having conceded a ...The Press NZ, 1 week ago
Wellington start day two at 295 for seven. Photo / Dean Purcell An unbroken eighth wicket stand helped lift Wellington into a solid position at stumps on the opening day of their Plunket Shield match with Auckland at Colin Maiden Park yesterday. ...New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago
Canterbury coach Gary Stead credits a new-found confidence and multiple contributors stepping up with bat and ball to their Plunket Shield turnaround. The competition leaders take on bottom-placed Central Districts, starting on Tuesday at Nelson's ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 week ago
AUCKLAND:The sight of local bowlers turning their arms over at the nets of visiting teams is a common sight all over the cricket world. What strikes a newcomer to New Zealand is the language used by these bowlers. During training sessions of India ...New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Auckland have cruised to an emphatic 10 wicket Plunket Shield victory over Canterbury at Rangiora today. Canterbury began the final day at 154-7 in their second innings and delayed the inevitable, adding a further 112 runs. Matt Henry hit an ...Dominion Post, 1 month ago Canterbury hungry to defend title after beating Wellington The Press NZ, 1 month ago
Canterbury are staring at a humbling outright Plunket Shield defeat against Auckland at Rangiora tomorrow after a second innings batting collapse. Gary Stead's team were 154-7 at stumps at Mainpower Oval tonight and still trail Auckland by 69 runs ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Canterbury side collapse in Plunket Shield clash Dominion Post, 1 month ago Canterbury join Plunket Shield leaders (NZ Newswire) Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
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