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, 2 months 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, 2 months ago Canterbury legspinner Todd Astle putting batsmen in a spin in the Plunket Shield Stuff.co.nz, 2 months 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, 2 months 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, 2 months 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, 2 months ago
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