With 100 days to go before the commencement of the 2015 ICC World Cup, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key Friday invited Indian cricket fans to visit his country during the Feb 14-March 29 event, to be co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
They have the same skill sets and both are integral part of the New Zealand team but all-rounder Jimmy Neesham knows that his "friend" Corey Anderson is already in the big league even as he tries to carve his own niche in international cricket.
Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns went on the front foot over ongoing match-fixing allegations Sunday, and rounded on former teammates and high-profile officials, including the legendary Richard Hadlee.
Australian pace legend Brett Lee has said that he simply gave British TV host Piers Morgan a `lesson` about how tough it was to face extreme pace following the barrage he unleashed at the media personality in a television stunt during the fourth Ashes Test AT Melbourne.
Former New Zealand cricketers Sir Richard Hadlee, Martin Snedden and Geoff Allott have reportedly been elected to the board of directors in New Zealand Cricket (NZC), which will guide the country`s preparations to co-host the 2015 Cricket World Cup with neighbours Australia.
Legendary New Zealand cricketer Richard Hadlee on Saturday said that players who are involved in fixing should not only be banned but their records should also be erased to serve as a deterrent against this menace.
The two legends of Indian cricket Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar will be attending the grand finale of Karnataka State Cricket Association`s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations here at Chinnaswamy Stadium on August 17.
Legendary New Zealand all rounder Sir Richard Hadlee has predicted testing times for former captain Ross Taylor in their upcoming series against England, adding he was disappointed by Taylor’s decision to make himself unavailable for the South Africa series.
While quite a few contemporary cricketers have time and again expressed their helplessness with regard to the tight international calendar, two former greats -- Bob Simpson and Sir Richard Hadlee – have questioned the concerns about too much cricket.