Henderson quits as boss

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Central Districts Cricket Association chief executive Hugh Henderson has resigned, effective from May 30.

Young CD players off to England

Two young rep cricketers will be putting the summer behind them, with overseas stints in the off season.

Better next year, vows Stags coach

Heinrich Malan's first season with Central Districts is over, and he says next year will be a different story.

CD's dreadful season ends at hands of Ryder

Jesse Ryder

The Otago Volts have ended their domestic cricket campaign on a positive note with the familiar trend of Jesse Ryder leading the way again the case yesterday.

Cup loss 'shattering' for Boys' High

A loss in the Gillette Cup qualifying final by PNBHS had them feeling like their season was a failure.

Smith just gets better with age

‘Confidence and self belief' behind bowler's rise.

Hughes' century helps put Boys' High in Gillette final

PNBHS first XI batsman Mason Hughes reserved his best for the big occasion at Fitzherbert Park yesterday.

Marist wins cliffhanger

Team finishes season on a high note


Marist finished the season on a high note, beating United by four wickets in the Twenty20 final at Fitzherbert Park.

Speedster 'slowly getting back into it'

Black Cap and Central Districts fast bowler Adam Milne is close to resuming his career.

How simply sublime for Stags

Jamie How

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The Central Stags are back in the Ford Trophy race after a Jamie How century inspired them to a comprehensive 113-run one-day cricket win over the Auckland Aces yesterday.

Boys' High revival on target

PNBHS revival in the second part of the season is showing no signs of slowing down.

Meiring ton secures Hawke Cup

Veteran Mike Mason plays key hand with bat and ball to cap ‘perfect season'.

Mason makes comeback in style

Manawatu bowler Navin Patel

Manawatu player-coach Mike Mason wound back the clock at their Hawke Cup defence against Southland yesterday.

Truckie hunt is a key to our Cup defence

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The Manawatu cricket team have been scouring town for a truck driver this week.

Covered wicket ready by May


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A world-first covered grassed cricket practice facility at Palmerston North Boys' High School should be ready for use by May.

Return to park voted a success

Central Districts might have a few more games at Fitzherbert Park next summer.

How's quickfire 84 seals deal


Happy homecoming for former Black Caps opener paves way for Central win.

Palmerston want to make it high five

Palmerston certainly have a liking for two-day cricket.

One to go for Hawke Cup


But Mason sounds warning after sub-par final day against Country.

Templeman cleans out Hutt Valley

Tararua Shield

Bryn Templeman reckons he has never bowled better.

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