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A TOP Foster's Lancashire League cricket team has landed a A 50,000 cash boost to develop new changing rooms at their ground.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were so popular on their 10-day tour of the country they managed to disrupt telecommunications in some places, as excited fans took to their smartphones.
For one short week of glorious madness Kiwis revelled in royal roadshow, but now we have to watch Aussies have their turn.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge throws a sof cricket ball during the countdown to the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup at Latimer Square on April 14, 2014 in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has revealed that he may need to reconsider his availability in all three forms of cricket to ensure his fitness for the 2015 Ashes Series in England.
Last place. Began the season with a six-match losing streak and couldn't recover.
Ahead of the seventh edition of the cash-rich Twenty20 extravaganza a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the teams.
"I WAS as dark as a man can get. I have been to the depths of some pretty dark places."
If royal visits are judged by the size of the welcoming crowds, positive headlines and the number of gifts received then the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of New Zealand has been a resounding success.
Todd Astle is one of eight players with test experience who will tour England with New Zealand A. Photo / AFP Eight players with test experience have been chosen for the New Zealand A tour to England from late July until early September.
In a bid to get its name out to the average punter, iiNet has extended its partnership with T20 cricket team the Sydney Sixers for another three years.
Otago spinner Mark Craig is the surprise pick in the New Zealand team to tour the West Indies from the end of next month.
SHOCKER: Otago offspinner Mark Craig has received a shock call-up to the New Zealand test team to tour West Indies.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge finished their tour of New Zealand's south island in Christchurch on Monday, paying their respects to the 185 people who perished in the city's devastating 2011 earthquake.
They've giggled at bare bottoms, swung cricket bats, raced yachts and met the young, the old, the infirm and the high-powered.
After debuting a week's worth of new ensembles, Kate made her latest Royal Tour appearance in Christchurch, New Zealand wearing a red wool suit from Luisa Spagnoli that she first wore in 2011 to visit her alma mater St. Andrews at the city's Latimer Square, then opened the new Christchurch botanical gardens by cutting a floral garland.
Stamp in the Creek is David McGill's 51st book and that, he has decided, is enough for anyone especially for someone who has compromised his eyes and his back hunched over a desk day after day for decades.