From underperforming in South Africa to now being close to an international cap for New Zealand, Devon Conway's career has seen unexpected twists and turns
Sophie Devine's blazing half-century helps Wellington make it a double by winning the women's title
- Devon Conway joins elite group with triple century for Wellington
- James Neesham wants to play all three forms for New Zealand
- Central Districts drop Jesse Ryder from contracts list
- Michael Papps announces first-class retirement
Conway's unbeaten 327 was the eighth first-class triple century scored in New Zealand
All the major talking points from the week gone by in the Super Smash
Allrounder James Neesham and wicketkeeper-batsman Tim Seifert celebrated their call-ups to the New Zealand ODI squad in fine fashion
More than 15 months since his last international appearance, an out-of-favour James Neesham is aiming for the allrounder's spot in the side
The Major Associations set to contract 16 players each overall, one more than last season
The first man to score 10,000 runs in the Plunket Shield has called time on his playing days
Luke Ronchi marked his return to the Wellington side by smashing 102 off 46 balls, but it proved insufficient against Auckland, who chased down a 207-run target off the last ball
A combined bowling effort from the Central Districts pace attack, and an improved batting performance in the second innings gave them a seven-wicket win against Wellington in Nelson
The allrounder, who was in remarkable form for Nottinghamshire in the county season, will join the team after completing his stint in the BPL
Fast bowler Hamish Bennett took ten wickets, and Tom Blundell took ten catches to go with two unbeaten knocks as Wellington consolidated their position at the top of the table
The allrounder took 4 for 60 and 6 for 57 to drown out a spirited fightback from Northern Districts
Stephen Murdoch waltzed to his 13th first-class ton while Hamish Bennett bagged a match haul of seven wickets match as Wellington prevailed by an innings and 43 runs
A round-up form the latest action in the Plunket Shield which featured the first round of pink-ball floodlit matches
Peter Fulton surged to the fastest century in New Zealand List A cricket as Canterbury ended an 11-year wait for one-day silverware with a 28-run victory in the Ford Trophy final at Rangiora
Peter Younghusband, who has made cameos on the field as a substitute for New Zealand, gained the final Wellington contract as New Zealand's six major associations completed their signing of players for the upcoming season
Hamish Marshall, Gloucestershire's veteran batsman, has announced he will be leaving at the end of the season after 11 years with the club.
A round-up from the latest action in New Zealand's Twenty20 competition as Auckland comfortably overcome Wellington
The next stage in the career of troubled New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder began in fine style with a century on debut for Otago.
A round-up of matches played in Plunket Shield 2012-13
A quickfire 174 by Jesse Ryder propelled Wellington to a five-wicket victory against Central Districts in Napier
Chris Woakes, the Warwickshire allrounder, has signed for Wellington to play New Zealand domestic cricket between November and January
A round-up of the latest matches from New Zealand's Ford Trophy
A round-up of the latest matches from New Zealand's Ford Trophy as Auckland go top of the table
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