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The Niche Cast
Soothing Reliability (NRL Grand Final, Footy Ferns, White Ferns, Boxing)

The Niche Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 75:52


Top notch on the V-Show today, beginning with a geeze around the motu for some undercover sporting development hotspots (0:40) before cracking into a double banger Mindfulness (11:05) and then onwards with some White Ferns lessons as they scrap away in West Indies (14:10). After that there's a recalibration of the kiwi heavyweight boxing scene (22:32) followed by Alyssa Whinham making the Footy Ferns squad (29:26). Quick yarns on National League footy afterwards (37:10) and then we're all over the NRL Grand Final (44:48) talking tactical battles, key players, kiwi recruiting, all them yarns. Stay soothed. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com

First Light with Rachel Smalley
The T20 opens this morning as the White Ferns play the West Indies

First Light with Rachel Smalley

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 4:01


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RNZ: Morning Report
Sports News for 29 September 2022

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 0:55


The White Ferns caption says there are still free places in the T20 World Cup squad.

SENW - The Best of Women's Sport
Cricket in the Caribbean | White Ferns Opener Suzie Bates (28/9/22)

SENW - The Best of Women's Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 14:21


White Ferns Opener Suzie Bates catches up with Smithy to talk about the successful ODI series vs West Indies in the Caribbean, how the team are feeling heading into the T20 series, expectations of that forma & more

RNZ: Morning Report
Sports News for 23 September 2022

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 2:14


The White Ferns have their first series win in the Caribbean after surviving a late batting collapse to defeat the West Indies in the second one-dayer Antigua. Chasing just 170 for victory, the visitors were cruising at 164 for 5 before they lost three quick wickets to be 167 for 8. The White Ferns held their nerve to get across the line with two wickets and almost ten overs to spare to seal the series triumph.

On The Front Foot
On the Front Foot - Episode 92

On The Front Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 46:43 Very Popular


Predictable squad named for the WT20, ICC confirm minor law changes, bizarre finish to the first ODI against West Indies for our White Ferns, Jeremy recalls the fun aspect of cricket in the Caribbean and NZ's coach analyses the four day games played in India.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The BYC Podcast
"Emergency Episode: Black Caps T20 Squad Reveal"

The BYC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 19:38 Very Popular


Dylan Cleaver & Andrew Alderson from the NZ Herald come together for a special emergency episode where they run over the Black Caps squad for the T20 World Cup in Australia next month.Plus, they look at the strange scenes of the White Ferns' win over the West Indies...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Top Order
This Week in Cricket #106 - England's Test revival, Mumbai Indians take over the world and the Black Caps still can't beat Australia

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 56:00 Very Popular


In this episode of the show we start by discussing an English summer highlighted by the revival of the men's Test side under Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes. We talk tactics, bowling attacks, preparation and much more as we reflect on the turnaround of England's red-ball side. The remainder of the show has a strong New Zealand focus as we try to understand why the Black Caps simply can't seem to beat Australia. There's a rush for Cameron Green stock, concerns about New Zealand's bowling attack, central contract debate, a Mumbai Indians takeover and even a Joe Carter update as we look back at all that's gone on during the past couple of weeks. We'll be back in your feed next week, most likely with more Top Order Podcast Hall of Fame content. In the meantime, please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including our recent conversation with White Ferns captain Sophie Devine, plus chats with Wasim Khan, Mike Hussey, Ish Sodhi, Katey Martin, Bharat Sundaresan, JP Gavan and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. If you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

Afternoons with Staffy
White Fern Melie Kerr | "It's the first time I've left the field not knowing if we've won!" (20/09/22)

Afternoons with Staffy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 11:53


Melie joins Staffy to talk about the White Ferns strange DLS win against the West Indies in Jamaica this morning, and her journey as an athlete.

The Niche Cast
TNC Variety Show - Episode 80

The Niche Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 37:48


Get ready for the Variety. Wee booster to start about which NZ teams could beat Australia right now, then onwards with the Mindfulness (4:05) before the Hot Takes begin. We've got Winston Reid's legacy beyond his limited All Whites caps (8:03) and the best remaining NZ players in the NRL Finals (11:41). The Vitamin Stats offers up the end to a long Aotearoa drought in the men's UEFA Champions League (15:11) and Joe Carter's top form with the NZA cricket side in India (17:55). Deep in the Mangroves has the best U17 footballers of week one of the Women's National League (19:35). Then some ideas about a White Ferns first ODI win against the West Indies (24:07). After which comes Question Time with Blackcaps expectations for Joe Carter (29:16), Breakers expectations (31:44), and NZ Warriors focus with Redcliffe U21s (33:35). Musical Jams to finish (35:38) and Bob's your uncle. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com

SENW - The Best of Women's Sport
West Indies Cricket Tour Preview | White Ferns batting coach Sara McGlashan (19/9/22)

SENW - The Best of Women's Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 13:58


White Ferns batting coach Sara McGlashan joins the show from the Caribbean to talk about the ODI & T20 series v West Indies, preparations, squad, expectations of the home side & conditions and more

The Niche Cast
Avant-Garde Deluxe (Blackcaps, White Ferns, National League Footy & NRL Finals)

The Niche Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 76:45


Cracking episode right here, starting with some Marko Stamenic Champions League debut instant reaction (1:10) and then some bread-breaking Mindfulness (10:25) before getting into some cricket. The Blackcaps have a vibe of softness about them after an ODI sweep in Aussie (13:45). But the White Ferns might be heading in the other direction as we preview their West Indies tour (30:02). After that there's a National League football primer talking player development pathways and a couple players to watch for as the women's comp kicks off this weekend (38:50). Then a full on breakdown of the kiwi dudes in action in the second week of NRL Finals (53:36). If that's not enough for you then frankly you're being greedy. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com

The Top Order
Kit Badger Heaven, with Josh (JP) Gavan

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 25:43 Very Popular


In this episode of the show, we speak to bat maker and repairer Josh (JP) Gavan about all things bats. Josh's passion for cricket and bat-making shines during the chat as we discuss his introduction to the industry as a 16 year old, current trends, pernickety customers, working with players like Ellyse Perry and Chris Gayle, what to look for when you're buying a bat, and much more. Josh encouraged all of us to seek out local bat makers, but if you'd like to find out more about his work and his products, check out his https://jpgavan.com.au/ (website), https://www.youtube.com/c/JPGavanCricket (You Tube channel), https://www.instagram.com/jpgavancricket/ (Instagram), https://www.facebook.com/JPGavan (Facebook) or simply search JP Gavan in your browser. We'll be back next week to cover the final Test between England and South Africa, the Chappell-Hadlee ODIs and everything else that catches our eye over the next few days. In the meantime, please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including our recent conversation with White Ferns skipper Sophie Devine, plus chats with Mike and David Hussey, Finn Allen, Katey Martin, Bharat Sundaresan, Barry Richards and many more fascinating people from all across the world. If you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

On The Front Foot
On the Front Foot - Episode 90

On The Front Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 41:29


This week Australia takes the first Chappell Hadlee match, NZ's coach Rob Walter talks of the challenges of preparing his team for the Indian tour, Ben Sawyer faces similar challenges with the White Ferns in the Caribbean, and England and South Africa face off in the deciding test at the Oval  .See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Top Order
This Week in Cricket #104 - Black Caps make history in the Caribbean and Dean Elgar is not interested in BazBall

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 52:10 Very Popular


On this episode of the show, we discuss the first Test between England and South Africa and the two Black Caps v West Indies white-ball series. Topics include: Are England bad again? Are South Africa favourites to make the World Test Championship final? Is it cruel to keep picking Zak Crawley? Future Tours Programme Changes for the 2nd Test? In the second half of the show, the focus shifts to the Black Caps and their historic series wins in the Caribbean. We discuss: What we learned from the two series Trent Boult's future availability Competition for spots between Finn Allen, Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Phillips, Jimmy Neesham and Michael Bracewell Whether the West Indies will ever get their best XI on the field. We'll be back next week to review the second England v South Africa Test, and with another edition of the Test Cricket Hall of Fame. In the meantime, please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including a recent conversation with White Ferns captain Sophie Devine, plus chats with Wasim Khan, Mike Hussey, Tim Southee, Katey Martin, Barry Richards and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. And if you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

On The Front Foot
On the Front Foot - Episode 86

On The Front Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 41:52 Very Popular


White Ferns skipper celebrates Bronze, Blackcaps relish an unbeaten 3 nation series, Darryl Mitchell enjoying his success with the Blackcaps and Remember this goes back 74 years for one of crickets golden moments.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Top Order
This Week in Cricket #103 - White Ferns win bronze, Black Caps sweep Europe and international cricket under threat

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 30:16 Very Popular


In this episode of the Top Order Podcast, the panel discuss the medal matches at the Commonwealth Games,. Lippy soaks up the bronze glow of the White Ferns' efforts, before Baldy navigates the choppy water to highlight Australia's gold, further enhancing their status as one of the all-time great teams in any sport. As we move to the men's game, we talk about what we've learned from the Black Caps' European tour, before Baldy explains why he has prepared remarks and why the ICC needs to act now - before it is too late. Keep an eye on your feed in the coming days for the next instalment of our Test Cricket Hall of Fame. In the meantime, please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including our recent conversation with bronze medalist Sophie Devine, plus chats with Wasim Khan, Mike Hussey, Matt Henry, Katey Martin, Niall O'Brien and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. And if you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

The Niche Cast
TNC Variety Show - Episode 75

The Niche Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 35:59


All the Variety food you need, starting with a Dose of Mindfulness and then it's full steam ahead with some 1332 Takes involving an NBL finals preview and some Lydia Ko prowess. Vitamin Stats comes with Martin Guptill seeking to emulate Suzie Bates as well as why Sophie Devine is the best T20 player out there, then as we go Deep in the Mangroves we find Auckland City winning games of football and all sorts of Kiwi-NRL excitement. Question Time has Blackcaps ideas, Elijah Just's undercover move, and a White Ferns vibe check. Then some (mostly kiwi) tunes to wrap it up. Here's to the Loose Unit jams. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com

The Maximum Cricket Podcast
#13 - Acid before a game of Cricket is not advisable...

The Maximum Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:03


We have all sorts on todays Podcast Team; (02:25) - Let us take you through the world of cricket, we are talking briefing on the Blackcaps v Netherlands T20 series and how the Caps are shaped for the big West Indies Tour coming up. Speaking of the Windies we discuss how they are travelling after being thumping by India a few times. - Next we talk all things Commonwealth Games, why Australia are too good but also the White Ferns have to be happy with a cheeky bronze. - We also talk briefly on the Hundred as we havent seen much of yet however the boys question if the game needs a 4th format at the moment? (33:00) - OUT or NOT OUT - Its a special edition as the boys talk about an incredible documentary about cult hero Heath Davis, who was a Black Cap in the 90s. *Hint - The man did Acid before a First Class Fixture... (43:58) - COACH CORNER - Fabulous question from a listener about switching on and off while batting, the boys talking about why its important and a couple of different techniques to achieve it! If you enjoyed this or any other episodes, please share, rate and review (Don't know how it helps but everyone says it does!) Thank You! Host - Matt Hunter (Munter) Guests - Jackson Latham & Simon Cromarty Socials - https://linktr.ee/maximumcricket Email - maximumcricket21@gmail.com Logo - Created by https://www.instagram.com/joy_creations_nz/

SENZ Podcast
'Sunday Afternoons': Maia Lewis on the White Ferns at the Commonwealth Games - 07/08/22

SENZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 12:15


Maia Lewis joined the show to discuss the White Ferns' efforts at the Commonwealth Games.

Runners only! With Dom Harvey
Episode 32: Sophie Devine (NZ sporting legend- Cricket AND hockey)

Runners only! With Dom Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 88:39


Sophie Devine is pretty much NZ sporting royalty (She will squirm big time at that sentence!). She's played hockey for NZ and she is currently the captain of the White Ferns cricket team.  She made her first class debut at 14 and has been in the national side since she was 17 (she's 32 now). She's a bloody laugh and I loved our chat.  She was 100% open and honest about a terrifying breakdown she experienced that saw her walk away from the game she loves until she felt ready to return.  We also talk about living with diabetes, her really-reaaly long distance relationship, playing in all boys teams as a kid and loads more.  Theres a fair bit of cricket chat in here.  But shes such a good story teller that it is all pretty good stuff. Follow Sophie on IG:  @Sophd77 This podcast has been brought to you by Arepa. It's a high performance brain drink made right here in Aoteroa with blackcurrent and bark (definitely can't taste the bark though....its yum as). If you go to Drinkarepa.com you can use the discount code DOM20 for a 20% discount (August 2022).  

RNZ: Morning Report
Commonwealth Games: Two golds, two bronze overnight

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 4:47


New Zealand has claimed two gold and two bronze medals on the penultimate day of competition in Birmingham. Cyclist Aaron Gate won the road race to snare a fourth gold - the first New Zealander to achive that at any Games. He told Morning Report about the challenge of riding on his own while English riders were using team tactics in an attempt to drop him over the closing stages. And this morning, Paul Coll and Joelle King needed barely half an hour to win their squash mixed doubles final over England opponents. Coll earlier won a men's singles gold medal but King surprisingly missed out in singles. She said it made the doubles title even sweeter. The Silver Ferns netballers and White Ferns cricketers both beat England to win bronze medals overnight. But our beach volleyball pair of Alice Zeimann and Shaunna Polley have just fallen short in their playoff for bronze against Vanuatu. RNZ reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe spoke to Guyon Espiner.

RNZ: Morning Report
Commonwealth Games: Record-breaking gold medal haul

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 4:11


New Zealand has won two gold medals on a historic morning at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham making it a record haul of 19 golds now. Cyclist Aaron Gate became the first New Zealander to secure four golds at a single Games when he surged to victory in the men's road race. Hours later, our mixed doubles squash pair of Paul Coll and Joelle King thrashed English opponents in a one-sided final. It lifted New Zealand's gold medal tally in Birmingham to 19, which is our best at any Games - surpassing the 17 won when we last played host - in Auckland in 1990. Gate's triumph came after he scooped three golds on the track, making his victory in the gruelling 160-kilometre road race all the more memorable. Despite his leg muscles constantly cramping over the final stages, he found the energy to see off South Africa's Daryl Impey and Scotland's Finn Crockett. T he 31-year-old Aucklander told Sky Sport self-preservation became a focus over the closing stages. Coll and King needed little more than half an hour to see off English pair Alison Waters and Adrian Waller. It follows Coll's gold in the men's singles last week. He said teamwork was at the heart of the straight set doubles win. New Zealand also clinched two bronze medals overnight - through our women's sports teams. Both the Silver Ferns netballers and White Ferns cricketers beat England in their play-offs for third place. They were satisfying results after both teams lost to England earlier in the Games. Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua said the importance her team's 55-48 win shouldn't be underestimated. The White Ferns also ended a mixed campaign on a high, chasing down England's target of 110 with 8 overs to spare. Captain Sophie Devine, who anchored New Zealand's innings with an unbeaten 51, says the result was positive but she was disappointed not to reach the final. Currently, the women's beach volleyball pair of Alice Zeimann and Shaunna Polley are leading Vanuatu opponents in the bronze medal playoff.

RNZ: Morning Report
Commonwealth Games: Fourth gold for Aaron Gate

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 8:14


Cyclist Aaron Gate has surged into New Zealand Commonwealth Games history - winning the men's road race to claim record a fourth gold medal at the Games in Birmingham. After collecting three golds on the track last week, Gates produced one of this country's great sporting moments when crossing the line after 160-kilometres of intense racing. He becomes the first New Zealander to win four golds at one Games. Despite his leg muscles constantly cramping over the final stages, he found the energy to see off South Africa's Daryl Impey and Scotland's Finn Crockett. It was New Zealand's 18th gold in Birmingham, which is our best-ever Commonwealth Games return, surpassing the 17 won when we last played host - in Auckland in 1990. On the track, Gate won the points race, individual pursuit and was part of the victorious men's team pursuit. The 31-year-old Aucklander said self-preservation became a focus over the closing stages. New Zealand have won two other medals overnight - both via our women's sports teams. The Silver Ferns claimed netball bronze with a meritorious 55-48 win over England, a team who had beaten them handsomely earlier in the Games. After a heavy loss to Jamaica in the semi-finals, New Zealand coach Dame Noeline Taurua explains what third place means for her. The White Ferns also ended a mixed cricket campaign on a high, clinching third place after chasing down England's target of 110 with 8 overs to spare. Captain Sophie Devine, who anchored New Zealand's innings with an unbeaten 51, says the future is looking bright for women's cricket. New Zealand could win another gold on Monday, when Paul Coll and Joelle King contest the mixed doubles final. Reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe spoke to Corin Dann.

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin
Kate Wells: Newstalk ZB sports reporter in Birmingham recaps Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 3:29


The White Ferns will face England for the bronze medal after taking Australia to the final over but losing by five wickets at Edgbaston tonight. It was a much more creditable performance from New Zealand after they had been crushed by the hosts in their final group game, a result that set up a semifinal against the tournament's firm favourites. But Australia never seriously looked like ceding their chance to play for gold, now set to do so against India tomorrow, while the White Ferns have 13 hours to prepare for a clash with a side who restricted them to 71-9 two days ago. They will at least take heart from pushing the best team in the world tonight, especially since the bowling effort was hindered by several missed opportunities. Sophie Devine top scored with 53 from 48 balls while Lea Tahuhu proved the folly of initially omitting her from this squad - and excluding her from the national contract list - by taking 3-20 from four overs. It wasn't quite enough, however, as Australia paced their chase well enough to survive a few late setbacks, reaching their target with three balls to spare. Considering the White Ferns began their innings on the verge of calamity, and considering how poorly they had batted two days ago, 144-7 represented an admirable - if not defendable - total. After being sent in and seeing Suzie Bates chop on for a first-ball duck, Georgia Plimmer could hardly have asked for more difficult circumstances in which to make her maiden appearance. And the 18-year-old almost suffered a disastrous debut, being given out the very next delivery after being rapped on the pad before surviving on review. That reversal was greeted with a huge cheer from the crowd, perhaps not wanting such a fate to befall a teenager, perhaps merely wanting New Zealand to make a match of it. That's what the White Ferns set about doing, with Plimmer stroking a few morale-boosting boundaries before falling for 17. Devine and Amelia Kerr then laid the platform for New Zealand to post a target that would at least take some chasing, sharing in a 73-run stand from 64 balls. The skipper looked in position to launch when her side reached 101-2 at the end of the 15th over, but after pulling brilliantly for six to bring up her 50, she holed out two balls later. Kerr (40 from 36) would depart in similar fashion, showing fine touch to guide one to the third-man boundary before top-edging a slog sweep next ball, and that's when the runs dried up. The promotion of Tahuhu didn't work - bowled for three to drop her T20I average below 10 - and only a couple of confident drives from Brooke Halliday lifted the total above 140.Back in her primary role, Tahuhu immediately set about making that total more challenging. With her first delivery, the veteran had Alyssa Healy strangled down the leg side for a brisk 14, and the next ball Kerr spilled a difficult chance at backward point to snare the prized scalp of Meg Lanning. Tahuhu's second over started with another drop, as Izzy Gaze failed to glove Beth Mooney's thick edge, before Lanning pulled the following ball over the midwicket boundary. But Tahuhu would have the last laugh, bowling out the world's No 1 batter with a brilliant yorker to reduce Australia to 28-2. Unfortunately for the White Ferns' chances, the worst drop was still to come, Hannah Rowe contriving to grass a simple chance at mid off from Tahlia McGrath. Australia were well in control at 75-2 after 10 overs and, although Kerr ran out McGrath before Tahuhu had Mooney caught in the deep, the current run rate rarely threatened to fall below the required. Gaze missing two good stumping chances didn't help, but with Australia needing 34 runs from the final five overs, they were always in command and eventually advanced. - by Kris Shannon, NZ HeraldSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Scoop Cricket Podcast
South Australian takeover: Megan Schutt and Amanda-Jade Wellington from the Village

The Scoop Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 27:49 Very Popular


It's a South Australian takeover from Birmingham on this week's episode of the Scoop, with Megan Schutt and Amanda-Jade Wellington joining Laura and Emily in Birmingham.The vibes are sky high in the Australian cricket camp after the team swept the group stage to set up an exciting semi-final clash with the White Ferns on Saturday. Shooter in particular is itching to have the new ball in her hand to bowl to White Ferns opening duo and her former Strikers teammates Sophie Devine and Suzie Bates. Meanwhile, Wellington has embraced the Commonwealth Games lifestyle to the absolute fullest, and has been spending any spare time on a pin collecting craze in the village. You'll have to listen for the full explainer from Wello! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
D'Arcy Waldegrave: Sportstalk host on what could happen to the All Blacks in South Africa

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:52


The All Blacks head into the first test against South Africa on the back of multiple changes to the team. Caleb Clarke is returning on the pitch, but off the pitch, Jason Ryan has come in to the team with John Plumtree and Brad Mooar out. And in the Commonwealth Games, Tom Walsh has said Jacko Gill may challenge him in the shotput. The Black Sticks Women are also taking on England in the hockey semifinal on the back of the White Ferns and Silver Ferns struggling against England. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Runners only! With Dom Harvey
Next full episode out Monday: Sophie Devine (White ferns captain and former Black stick)

Runners only! With Dom Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 1:54


Sohpie Devine is a New Zealand sporting legend.  A title she strenuously denies.  She really is though- lets look at the facts: She made the Black Sticks and played Hockey for NZ. She he made her first class cricket debut when she was 14. She made the White Ferns when she was 17.  She has been in the team for 15 years now and is the teams captain. She's a lot of fun and we cover a whole lot of stuff, incliuding her mental breakdown that saw her step away from the game to recover for a while.  This is the first time she has told the full story and I really appreciate her being so open. She is currently in Birmingham for her first ever Commonwealth Games.

RNZ: Morning Report
Team sports reaching semi-finals at Commonwealth Games

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 2:59


It's getting to the business end of the Commonwealth Games now, with the team sports all about to reach the semi-finals stage. The New Zealand cricketers are currently playing England in their final pool match, which will determine whether the White Ferns play India or Australia in their semi-final. Meanwhile our netballers are also facing England in their final pool game, with the winner set to play Australia in the semi-final. Reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe is in Birmingham.

The Top Order
This Week in Cricket #102 - Bairstow, Bates, enthusiasm and Mark Chapman's late surge

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 27:28 Very Popular


On this episode of the Top Order Podcast, the UK takes centre stage as we review the week that was. Baldy makes up for Binksy's absence with extra levels of enthusiasm, including an unscheduled chat about the England v South Africa series - mainly to delight in everything Jonny Bairstow. The panel then moves over to Scotland to discuss the recent performances of the Black Caps, which included a first T20 hundred for Finn Allen and Mark Chapman loudly shouting 'Don't forget about me!' To round out the show it's back to England for reaction to the first few days of the cricket at the Commonwealth Games, highlighted by a crucial win for the White Ferns. We'll be back next week with more news and views, but please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including our recent conversation with Sophie Devine, plus chats with Wasim Khan, Shane Bond, Mike Hussey, Matt Henry, Katey Martin, Bharat Sundaresan and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. And if you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

The Maximum Cricket Podcast
#12 - Is Cricket at the Commonwealth Games good?! - "Netiquette Part 2 Fast Bowlers Strike Back"

The Maximum Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 46:34


Welcome Back Team; (01:55) - Couple of big topics in the NZ Cricket World; 1 - The boys review a very successful and very dominant performance by the Blackcaps against a below par Scotland side. 2 - We talk the Commonwealth games, do we like it? Do we like Cricket being involved? And why this is massive for the Women's game to get some awesome exposure. We also talk up the White Ferns chances after an impressive victory over a decent South African side. (20:03) - "OUT or NOT OUT?!" - Netiquette Part 2. "The Fast Bowlers strike back" - After our first installment of Net Etiquette the pace bowlers copped a bit of a battering from this podcast so its Jackos turn to turn the tide on all the annoying things batters do in the nets... (36:52) - "COACH CORNER" Answering listener questions - This week we talk about Test Teams recent success in chasing 4th innings totals and how much it will effect the game moving forward... If you enjoyed this or any other episodes, please share, rate and review (Don't know how it helps but everyone says it does!) Thank You! Host - Matt Hunter (Munter) Guests - Jackson Latham & Simon Cromarty Socials - https://linktr.ee/maximumcricket Email - maximumcricket21@gmail.com Logo - Created by https://www.instagram.com/joy_creations_nz/

RNZ: Morning Report
Suzie Bates keeping an eye on 3x3 basketball at Comm Game

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 2:41


Two sports will debut at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham - Women's T20 cricket and 3x3 basketball. One New Zealand athlete - dual international Suzie Bates - knows a bit about both. Bates is representing the White Ferns in the milestone event for cricket but in 2008 she was playing at the Olympics with the Tall Ferns. With a few links to the 3x3 squads in Birmingham, Bates is taking a keen interest on what is happening on the courts three kilometres away from the Edgbaston Cricket Ground. Bates, who is the longest-serving member of the New Zealand cricket team at the Games, can see some links between these two additions to the Commonwealth Games schedule and for the women competing. For Bates and the new-look White Ferns side the T20 matches in Birmingham will be the first competitive games New Zealand has played since the home world cup. Coach Ben Sawyer has been in the job eight weeks and Bates is clear about what needs to happen on the cricket pitch during a big moment for the both sport and the New Zealand team. The White Ferns first game is against South Africa is on Saturday - the same day the new Zealand men's and women's 3x3 basketball teams open their campaigns against England.

The Top Order
Sophie Devine, White Ferns captain

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 21:43 Very Popular


In this episode, White Ferns captain Sophie Devine joins the show a few days out from the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Sophie talks about the excitement in the squad for the Games experience, what new coach Ben Sawyer has brought to the group and her goals and expectations for the tournament. We also discuss NZC's new pay parity deal and how that will impact women's cricket in New Zealand at all levels, plus Sophie's experience at the Fairbreak Invitational and the busy few months she has ahead of her at the Hundred and the WBBL. Look out for another This Week in Cricket show in the coming days, and please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - including this one soon - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including chats with Rachin Ravindra, Katey Martin, Lockie Ferguson, Dion Nash, Mike Hussey, Barry Richards and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. And if you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

Stumped
Suzie Bates: From Olympic basketballer to Commonwealth Games cricketer

Stumped

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 34:22


On this week's Stumped with Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma we look ahead to the Commonwealth Games with New Zealand star Suzie Bates. 14 years after representing her country in basketball at the Olympics in Beijing in 2008, she says helping the White Ferns to medal in Birmingham would be a career highlight. Plus, after England's Test captain Ben Stokes announced his retirement from one-day internationals, we debate whether players are being asked to play too much cricket. Image: Suzie Bates of New Zealand reacts to a boundary during the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup match between New Zealand and England at Eden Park on March 20, 2022 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Fiona Goodall-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)

RNZ: Nine To Noon
What factors into cricket match fee pay parity

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 21:13


Australian Pay equity expert, Yolanda Beattie talks to Kathryn about what needed to be thrashed out to ensure the White Ferns match fee pay parity deal with their male counterparts. Earlier this month, an agreement was struck between New Zealand Cricket, the six Major Associations, and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association, professional women's and men's cricketers. The five year deal means the White Ferns and domestic women's players receive equal match fees to the men across all their formats and competitions. But New Zealand's professional men's players will still earn much higher retainers, based on the increased number of matches played, formats contested, and time spent training and playing. Yolanda Beattie helped the NZ Cricket Players Association with their efforts to get a new Master agreement in place.

The Top Order
England v India and the Baz Ball Revolution, with Dr. Jamie Barker

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 35:58 Very Popular


This week on the show we're joined by Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Loughborough University, Jamie Barker, to discuss England's remarkable fourth-innings chase against India and the dramatic change in attitude that has been on display since Rob Key, Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes took charge. It's always fascinating to hear Jamie's views on a wide range of topics that have relevance to any high-performance role, and this episode is no different. We talk about the importance of clarity, whether this positive mindset is sustainable, and Binksy finally discards his own pessimism to let his England fan flag fly. Jamie helps us understand the psychology behind a mindset shift, the key factors that enable such a shift to happen so quickly, why we often see a 'new manager bounce' across all sports and much more. We'll be back next week to discuss the Black Caps' tour to Ireland, Australia in Sri Lanka and look ahead to the White Ferns' Commonwealth Games campaign. In the meantime, please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel - including this one! You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including chats with Wasim Khan, Mike Hussey, Ish Sodhi, Katey Martin, Dion Nash and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. And if you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
D'Arcy Waldegrave: Sportstalk host on White Ferns getting paid the same as Black Caps

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 5:26


New Zealand's professional men and women cricketers will be paid the same.The five-year deal, the first in which the men's and women's professional environments have been combined in one agreement, will see the White Ferns and domestic women's players receiving the same match fees as the men across all their formats and competitions in an agreement struck between NZC, the six Major Associations, and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association.Nick Kyrgios has powered through to the Wimbledon quarters.He managed to beat American player Brandon Nakashima 4-6 6-4 7-6 3-6 6-2 while battling a shoulder problem.Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave joined Heather du Plessis-Allan.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Sophie Devine: White Ferns captain on female crickters now getting paid the same as men

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 3:38


New Zealand Cricket has announced they'll now be paying women cricketers just as much as the men.A five-year pay deal has been agreed between the NZC, the Players Association and the six regional cricket associations.It means that White Ferns can now earn as much as $160,000 a year.White Ferns captain Sophie Devine joined Heather du Plessis-Allan.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Checkpoint
NZ professional women cricketers win same match fees as men

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 1:24


A landmark deal has been struck to ensure New Zealand's professional women's cricketers receive the same match fees as the men. The five year deal will mean the White Ferns and domestic women's cricketers will now get equal pay to the Black Caps and domestic men. New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White says all parties are happy. Under the agreement, the total number of women's domestic contracts will increase from 54 to 72, and players will be able to keep their other jobs or continue studies.

RNZ: The Panel
The Panel with Cindy Mitchener and David Slack (Part Two)

RNZ: The Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 26:11


On Part Two of The Panel, Wallace and panellists look at the pay parity agreement for the White Ferns annouced today, and ask whether politicians are giving young And, they here from a man who has been riding a bike for 40 years, and never owed a car.

RNZ: Morning Report
White Ferns player salaries get a boost

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 3:04


The captain of the national women's cricket team, the White Ferns, is hailing a new pay agreement announced yesterday which sees equal match payments for women and men. While the total player salaries still differ dramatically between the men and women, the agreement will significantly boost the earning ability of female players. White Ferns captain Sophie Devine was one of the player's representatives during pay discussions, and says it's a massive step forward. She spoke to Corin Dann.

RNZ: Morning Report
'Sharp Blacks' headed to World Butchers Challenge

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 5:23


You've heard of the All Blacks, the All Whites, the Black Caps and the White Ferns, but you may not have heard of the Sharp Blacks. The team are made up of New Zealand's best butchers, who have chopped, sliced and diced their way to the World Butcher's Challenge in Sacramento in September. A warning to the vegetarians out there, meat features prominently in Leonard Powell's story.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Sports Huddle: All Blacks vs Ireland, Warriors homecoming, Lea Tahuhu

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 8:36


The All Blacks' first test of the year takes place this weekend against Ireland.The team will be without Will Jordan, David Havili, Joe Moody, Anton Lienert-Brown, Akira Ioane and Ethan Blackadder to Covid, with Scott Barrett forced to play at No 6 this weekend.The Irish have won the last 3 out of 5 tests, but the All Blacks remain unbeaten at Eden Park for 28 years.The Warriors are making their long-awaited homecoming.After over 1000 days, the team return to Mt Smart to face the Tigers, but without Reece Walsh due to Covid.The White Ferns have had to bring back Lea Tahuhu.Tahuhu and Claudia Green will join the squad for the Commonwealth Games after Lauren Down and Jess Kerr were ruled out with injury and mental health.Scotty Stevenson and Matt Brown joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss the week's sports newsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The BYC Podcast
"NZ Vs England 1st Test Preview"

The BYC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 30:17 Very Popular


Paul Ford, Dylan Cleaver and Jason Hoyte are back for another episode of NZ's number 1 and original podcast, the BYC Podcast! On this episode, the guys chat about the upcoming Test matches against the English, how terrible we were against the Counties XI, the White Ferns contract fallout and so much more! Plus 'News or Ruse' and 'Cricket Violence Corner' return!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Top Order
This Week in Cricket #98 - Black Caps v England Test preview, White Ferns' contracts and the Gujarat Titans win IPL 2022

The Top Order

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 48:30 Very Popular


The Top Order Podcast crew is a man down this week, with Raj out of action, but the remaining trio look back at a somewhat puzzling week for New Zealand cricket, plus an IPL final triumph for the Gujarat Titans. We start the show in India, discussing IPL 2022 as a whole and highlighting the impact of two of the tournament's biggest stars - Hardik Pandya and Jos Buttler. It's been a strange week back here in Aotearoa, with the White Ferns' latest contract list missing some big names - most notably Amy Satterthwaite. We try to make sense of this decision. Was it bold, confusing, disrespectful or all of the above? Finally, we look ahead to the Black Caps v England Test series by discussing a New Zealand side that doesn't feel quite as assured as they did a year ago - particularly after a loss to the First-class Counties Select XI. What will the bowling attack look like at Lord's on Thursday? Will the batting line-up fire? Will Brendon McCullum's impact on England be instantly noticeable? Plus bold predictions, mind games and plenty more as we gear up for what promises to be a fascinating series. We'll be back next week to review the first Test, but before then please take the time to give us a like, follow, share or subscribe on all our channels (@toporderpod on https://twitter.com/Toporderpod (Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/Toporderpod (Facebook), & @thetoporderpodcast on https://www.instagram.com/thetoporderpodcast/ (Instagram)) and a (5-Star!) review at your favourite podcast provider, or tell a friend to download. It really helps others find the show and is the best thing you can do to support us. You can also find all our written content, including our Hall of Fame series, at our https://www.thetoporderpodcast.com/ (website), and a few of our episodes are available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3GSknJELxxH4IDec2AjUA (YouTube) - we're slowly chipping away at populating this channel. You can also dip back into our guest episodes - including the recently retired Katey Martin, Colin 'Funky' Miller, Shane Bond, Finn Allen, Wasim Khan and many more fascinating people from all across the cricketing world. And if you'd like to reach out to us with feedback, questions or guest suggestions, get in touch at thetoporderpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Commentary Box: The Warriors' week from hell, White Ferns, Silver Lake

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 10:28


Andrew Saville and Guy Heveldt joined Mike Hosking to recap the White Ferns contract situation, the latest from Silver Lake, the Warriors' week from hell and Steven Alker's Senior PGA Championship run.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Cricket cull continues as White Ferns out of World Cup squad

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 2:41


The cull has continued in the White Ferns with two more players from the World Cup squad finding themselves left right out. Vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite quit international cricket yesterday, after being dropped by New Zealand Cricket. Her wife Lea Tahuhu, Frankie Mackay, Thamsyn Newton and Leigh Kasperek. Their experience has been replaced by six newcomers - including three teenagers. Felicity Reid reports.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Sports Huddle: Amy Satterthwaite, Matt Lodge

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 6:56


Amy Satterthwaite is one of five White Ferns going without a contract renewal for next year.The decision was controversial given Satterthwaite's accomplishments in her long international career, with Amelia Kerr hitting out at NZC on social media.Matt Lodge has addressed his messy exit from the Warriors.Lodge said “there was no argument” between himself and club owner Mark Robinson.It was later revealed he had received a payout of around $700,000 upon leaving.Phil Gifford and Lavina Good joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss the week's sports news

RNZ: Checkpoint
Shock as White Fern Satterthwaite dropped by NZ Cricket

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 3:11


White Ferns vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite has been dropped by New Zealand Cricket. The decision has left her team mates in shock. The 35-year-old was told she wouldn't get a White Ferns contract next season as the national selectors turn their focus to younger players. As Felicity Reid reports, the decision means Satterthwaite has called time on her international career.

RNZ: Checkpoint
White Ferns wicket-keeper Katey Martin hangs up gloves

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 2:41


White Ferns wicketkeeper Katey Martin has pulled stumps after 21 years playing representative cricket. Martin was at the top of her game for so long she played for New Zealand alongside a team-mate who was born after her international debut. Felicity Reid reports.