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McCullum named NZ's top cricketer
McCullum named NZ's top cricketer

Brendon McCullum's named the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal winner at this year's NZ Cricket Awards.

photos Gallery: NZ Cricket Awards
Gallery: NZ Cricket Awards

The NZ Cricket Awards at the Langham Hotel in Auckland.

Mills: 'No better time' to retire
Mills: 'No better time' to retire

Kyle Mills might not have played in the World Cup but there's an air of contentment around his decision…

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Brendon McCullum's galvanising leadership and explosive…

Cricket: Vettori retires '362 test and 305 ODI wickets' video Cricket: Vettori retires '362 test and 305 ODI wickets'

Vettori was a baby-faced youth of 18 years and 10…

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Kyle Mills draws stumps on career
Kyle Mills draws stumps on career

New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Mills has retired from all cricket after an illustrious 17-year career.

Quit moaning about Aussies
Quit moaning about Aussies

Famed basketball coach John Dybvig wants New Zealand to calm down and quit moaning about how the Aussie cricketers behaved…

Cricket: McCullum signs T20 deal with Birmingham
Cricket: McCullum signs T20 deal with Birmingham

New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum has confirmed he has signed for the Birmingham Bears for the defence of their…

Scotty Stevenson: Dignity, grace, humility - words sum up Black Caps' legacy
Scotty Stevenson: Dignity, grace, humility - words sum up Black Caps' legacy

In rugby these qualities are best and invariably embodied by that great chunk of a man from the Cape of South Africa, Schalk…

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Vettori: 'A lovely way to finish'
Vettori: 'A lovely way to finish'

Daniel Vettori exited cricket in the same way he tended to play the game. As he met the throng of fans…

McCullum: 'Greatest time of our lives'

The Black Caps may not have brought the trophy home with them, but they returned to New Zealand as heroes after an emotional…

Bus put on to airport for Black Caps fans

Black Caps supporters have been encouraged to get to Auckland Airport to welcome the team home today.

Cricket: Has Guptill earned a test spot?

Martin Guptill's commanding Cricket World Cup form may not be enough to force a return to the Black Caps test squad for…

Give send-offs the send-off
Give send-offs the send-off

Batsmen should be able to leave the cricket field without "tasteless" send-offs, former Black Cap and…

Fans asked to share team's big welcome

Defeated, a little deflated, but thoroughly dignified, the Black Caps are hoping fans turn up to welcome them home today…

McCullum selected to lead line-up

Brendon McCullum has been named captain of the ICC World Cup 2015 side that includes five New Zealanders.

Tony Blain: Stumps and beer left flattened by fiery fifth ball

The graciousness with which McCullum led his side was a testament to his respect for the great and noble game, writes Tony…

Hesson keen to keep game moving

First comes the reflection on a job well done, at least until Sunday night. Then will follow the planning, for this cricket…

How much did the Black Caps earn?
How much did the Black Caps earn?

How much are the Black Caps each set to pocket for their performance in the Cricket World Cup? Find…

Haddin sledged because NZ too 'nice'

Australian cricketer Brad Haddin has come under fire for giving verbal sprays to NZ's batsmen in the World Cup final, but…

Cricket: Boult and de Villiers top Herald's MVP rankings

Australia's Mitchell Starc may have claimed the "official" Cricket World Cup most-valuable-player award last night, but…

Is McCullum retiring from ODIs?

The future of captain Brendon McCullum will be a hot button topic as NZ reassess their one-day planning in the wake of last…

'Do gooders get stuffed'

Shane Warne has hit back at "do gooders" who have complained about his boozy questions during his player interviews after…

Three questions: The key moment?
Three questions: The key moment?

Dylan Cleaver, Andrew Alderson and David Leggat answer three key questions following New Zealand's seven…

Sledging: 'Maybe there was something'

Michael Clarke says none of his players overstepped the mark, but admits "you cop as good as you give".

Ex-cop happy to keep team on a leash

In a former life Black Caps manager Mike Sandle used police dogs to control wrong-doers.

Jamie Morton: 55 hours and $9700 for great cricket vibes

A Kiwi expat who confirmed himself as one of the planet's staunchest Black Caps fans with a 55-hour round-trip from London…

Elliott had final word against doubters

Grant Elliott could scarcely have done more to put the nay-sayers in their place at the World Cup.

Dylan Cleaver: One over and Starc sets tone for Black Caps innings
Dylan Cleaver: One over and Starc sets tone for Black Caps innings

Life can get pretty tough when you're a talisman and you're having one of those days when you just can't…

Andrew Alderson: Final first time all top three struggle

The World Cup final was the first time at least one of New Zealand's top three batsmen had failed to get past 38 at the…

Cricket World Cup: Road to the final

From pool play to semifinal, the Black Caps’ bowling attack and inspired batting led to the heart-in-mouth win over South…

'Dedicated to our little brother'

Australia captain Michael Clarke bowed out of one-day cricket with the ultimate prize, but saved a thought to a "teammate"…

The 'empire' struck back, and then some

Australia got their revenge for Eden Park loss, steamrolling a Black Caps side that was unable to truly compete.

Black Caps limp to 183
Black Caps limp to 183

New Zealand has limped to 183 in 45 overs as Australia flexed the muscle of their attack in the World…

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