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A dramatic last day finally ended with the spoils the Northern Knights were desperately seeking in their Plunket Shield match with the Central Stags. Overnight rain, a double-century stand and more rain late in the day at Gisborne's Harry Barker
Mark Gillespie took career-best figures to put Wellington in a strong position against Canterbury in Rangiora after his side conceded a large first-innings deficit. The former Black Cap snagged 6-41 as the home side were skittled for 144, with only
Northern Knights' coach Grant Bradburn says Black Caps coach John Wright has no input into his domestic team's selection, despite BJ Watling being given the gloves and Peter McGlashan being cast aside for the Plunket Shield match against Central
The Northern Knights need a victory on Thursday or else face a premature end to their limited-overs season. The Knights meet the Auckland Aces in Auckland in the Ford Trophy clash and will have to do so without a swag of New Zealand internationals.
Several Knights matches over the holiday period were badly affected by rain which kept crowds away. Gayle finished his stint in Australia's Big Bash League on Tuesday night as his Sydney Thunder side were thrashed by the Brisbane Heat at the Gabba.
Despite possessing a former New Zealand Twenty20 wicketkeeper in his side, and a fine one at that, in Peter McGlashan, the Northern Districts coach put BJ Watling behind the stumps on Wednesday...But given the school of thought that Watling is being
Missing out on New Zealand's recent tour to Zimbabwe appears to have worked in Trent Boult's favour. Andy McKay and Graeme Aldridge - play themselves out of a Black Cap, Boult took the chance to find some form with Northern Districts. The brisk left-
New Zealand's fringe test and limited-overs players should hit the ground running when the domestic first-class season starts early in November. The New Zealand A side has returned from a quadrangular series of both T20 and three-day matches in
Otago batsman Neil Broom has seized the initiative in the contest for the vacant No 6 spot in the New Zealand test middle order. The position is a focal point for national coach John Wright ahead of the one-off test on the Zimbabwe tour in October.
More than midway through the season, the Northern Knights are still seeking consistent form and the results it brings. The Knights need a win from their final round-robin game of the domestic one-day competition to maintain a chance of defending