Seddon Park to feature in Blackcaps home schedule
3rd August, 2017

Cricket fans in the Northern Districts Cricket Association region will not have to travel far to enjoy top international cricket this coming season.  Seddon Park (Hamilton), Cobham Oval (Whangarei) and… Read more

History beckons for 2017-18 Summer
2nd August, 2017

A ground-breaking T20 Tri-Series, a visit from the West Indian women’s side, the possibility of a historic day-night Test against England at Eden Park – and the ICC Under 19… Read more

Napier ODI transferred to Hamilton
14th February, 2017

The fourth ANZ One Day International between the BLACKCAPS and South Africa, scheduled to be played at Napier’s McLean Park on March 1, has been transferred to Hamilton. An investigation into… Read more

Hamilton ticket-buyers warned to avoid re-seller websites
2nd February, 2017

Ticket buyers are warned to use caution, as some websites are on-selling tickets to Hamilton events at inflated prices. The issue of unauthorised ticket re-selling is currently a hot topic in… Read more

Seddon Park to test new pink ball
7th October, 2015

Fans are invited to Seddon Park this Thursday and Friday night as the BLACKCAPS experiment with the new pink Kookaburra Test Match ball under lights.  The pink ball was developed in preparation… Read more

Trans-Tasman rivalry returns to Hamilton's Seddon Park
28th August, 2015

Trans-Tasman cricket rivalry resumes at Hamilton's Seddon Park this summer, with New Zealand to play Australia in a Chappell-Hadlee Series match on Waitangi Weekend. New Zealand Cricket announced its 2015-2016 international… Read more

Sell-out at Seddon Park signals imminent arrival of world champions India
5th March, 2015

For fans around New Zealand, much of the focus of the first 19 days of the ICC Cricket World Cup has been on Pool A - the highlights of which… Read more

Shining cricket silverware hits Hamilton
10th November, 2014

The most coveted trophy in international cricket reaches Hamilton tomorrow. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Trophy Tour will arrive at Casey’s Garden – next to Seddon Park - where the… Read more

Seddon Park the Twenty20 Winner
31st October, 2014

Voted one of the most spectator-friendly international cricket venues in the world, Northern Districts’ Seddon Park is fast positioning itself as New Zealand’s capital of Twenty20 cricket. The new season’s Georgie… Read more

Hamilton named as one of 22 stops on nationwide trophy tour
24th October, 2014

The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy is about to begin a nationwide tour of New Zealand, with a stop for every one of the 22 years since the tournament was… Read more

Gates are open at Seddon Park
15th October, 2014

Cricket fans will get a chance get a “behind the scenes” look at refurbishments to Seddon Park during Northern Districts’ Family Fun Day this weekend. An annual event for the region’s… Read more

Countdown to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Begins
10th February, 2014

Hamilton begins the countdown to the ICC Cricket World Cup on Thursday with a match involving celebrities, school children and some of the region’s top cricketing talent. The match, to be… Read more

SKYCITY Northern Knights Look to Back-To-Back Wins
5th February, 2014

The SKYCITY Northern Knights will look to continue their climb up the Plunket Shield ladder against Wellington on Friday after their incredible 310 run victory in Gisborne over ladder leaders… Read more

Tremain Returns to Knights for Preliminary Final
17th January, 2014

The SKYCITY Northern Knights have named a strong line up for Friday night’s HRV Twenty20 Preliminary Final against the Canterbury Wizards. This will be the second game in succession that the… Read more

SKYCITY Northern Knights Almost at Full Strength
25th November, 2013

If ever a NZ domestic team resembled a national team it may be this week in Hamilton.  No fewer than six current BLACKCAP members will be on display when the SKYCITY… Read more

Ticket Prices Confirmed for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
13th November, 2013

Young cricket fans will pay as little as $5 each to watch International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup 2015 matches at Hamilton’s Seddon Park. Black Caps and SKYCITY Northern Knights… Read more

New Look Team for SKYCITY Northern Knights
8th November, 2013

The SKYCITY Northern Knights have named a squad rich in batting and spin bowling depth to tackle the Otago Volts in their opening match of the HRV Twenty20 in Dunedin… Read more

Knights Open Season with Three New Caps
30th October, 2013

The SKYCITY Northern Knights have named their twelve for the first Plunket Shield game of the 2013/14 season with three new caps. Joe Carter, Jono Hickey and Scott Kuggeleijn have been… Read more

Hamilton, Auckland and Wellington to host two matches in ANZ International Series v India
10th September, 2013

Hamilton’s Seddon Park will host two One Day Internationals, while Aucklanders and Wellingtonians will get to enjoy both a Test and an ODI when the Indians tour this summer. The ANZ… Read more

Seddon Park Scores Domestic T20 Finals
28th August, 2013

Hamilton’s Seddon Park will host the two crunch games in the New Zealand domestic T20 cricket competition this season. The venue – considered one of the world’s premier “boutique” international cricket… Read more

Fans to enjoy live cricket on Friday and Saturday nights
26th August, 2013

New Zealand’s upcoming summer of domestic cricket features up to 180 days of play at 20 venues across the three premier domestic competitions – the HRV Twenty20, Ford Trophy and… Read more

BLACKCAPS heading to Hamilton as part of the West Indies Tour
12th August, 2013

Nelson’s Saxton Oval will host its first men’s international cricket match and the BLACKCAPS will return to Queenstown when the West Indies tour New Zealand in December and January. As part… Read more

Hamilton to get slice of Cricket World Cup action
30th July, 2013

Hamilton’s Seddon Park will host three matches as part of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. In an announcement made today in Wellington, tournament organisers revealed the city’s picturesque ground will be… Read more