Diana Puketapu-Lyndon has become one of sport’s most powerful women, chairing both NZ Cricket and the NZOC.
Almost a third more Kiwi eyeballs were glued to women’s sport in the past year, proving the worth of hosting three World Cups. But how do sports maintain the momentum? Suzanne McFadden reports.
Suzie Bates is now the world's leading international T20 run scorer, but she's not done racking up runs across the globe just yet, Merryn Anderson writes.
The inaugural Māori Wāhine national cricket tournament starts today, with a chance for young Māori cricketers to make their mark on the game.
Football, netball, cricket and rugby – it's all on for Kiwi women's sports teams across the globe this weekend. Merryn Anderson gives the lowdown on all the Ferns action.
It's time to normalise conversations around periods to help young women feel comfortable playing sport.
A shift of focus from ball to bat has given Bella Armstrong a golden opportunity to make her mark on international cricket. She talks to Merryn Anderson ahead of her potential White Ferns debut this month.
A Wellington double code star switches to cricket for Hawkes Bay and is relishing the lifestyle and training opportunities, writes Aiden McLaughlin
Star batter Kate Anderson is the new name in the contracted White Ferns cricketers named Wednesday morning. She speaks to Kristy Havill
Justine Dunce 'just loves coaching cricket' so has upped sticks and headed for the English summer
Promising young cricketer Flora Devonshire has had a summer to remember – touring India for NZ, and called into the Central Hinds for the Super Smash season. And it's her new spin bowling talent that has everyone talking, Aiden McLaughlin writes.
Injured White Fern Frankie Mackay has turned a forgettable summer into a trailblazing commentary gig. And she’s also backing the White Ferns to recover from their shocking first-up loss at the T20 World Cup, she tells Merryn Anderson.