The world’s best are booked for Hamilton
Only three teams have won the Women’s Cricket World Cup since it began in 1973 – England, Australia and New Zealand – and all three winning teams will compete for another world title in Hamilton next year.
Feast for cricket fans at Hamilton’s Seddon Park
Top quality international cricket returns to Hamilton’s Seddon Park tonight, the first of four matches in nine days at the venue.
A semi final for Hamilton in next year’s ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
Hamilton’s reputation as a host city for international sporting events has been further enhanced with the announcement the city will host a semi-final, as well as pool matches including the WHITE FERNS, for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021.
Road closure may affect traffic to Seddon Park
Anglesea St/Bryce St safety improvementsAs part of its focus on improving the wellbeing of Hamiltonians, Hamilton City Council has adopted a Vision Zero target of ending deaths and serious injuries on our city's roads.
Supporter armies set to storm Seddon Park
Two travelling armies of passionate cricket fans are set to invade Hamilton next summer. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) today announced its 2019-2020 international match schedule, including games at Hamilton’s Seddon Park featuring England and India – global cricket giants followed by some of the sport’s most ardent fans.
Seddon Park pitch rated one of test cricket’s best
Although it may be the sport’s off-season in New Zealand, the pitch at Hamilton’s Seddon Park has been rated as the most consistent in the last 25 years of Test cricket by a statistics columnist with the influential cricket website espncricinfo. com.
Floodlights replacement set to commence at Seddon Park
Work to replace sports floodlighting at Seddon Park begins on 8 April. In December, Hamilton City Council voted in favour of fast-tracking a major $4.
Council confirms Seddon Park floodlights replacement
Work to replace the floodlights at Hamilton’s Seddon Park will commence next year following a decision by Hamilton City Council.
Seddon Park to host international double-header during 2018/19 season
Cricket fans will get five chances to see New Zealand’s BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS in action at Seddon Park during the 2018-2019 international season.
Knights Reign Supreme at Seddon Park
The Knights are New Zealand's 2018 Burger King Super Smash champions, and they mopped it up in a phenomenal style with an utterly one-sided nine-wicket victory over the Central Stags.
Seddon Park to feature in Blackcaps home schedule
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 the Bay Oval (Mt Maunganui) will collectively host the BLACKCAPS 8 times in their home summer schedule for 2017-2018.
History beckons for 2017-18 Summer
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 Cricket World Cup: these are some of the highlights of another action-packed summer schedule for New Zealand cricket fans.
Napier ODI transferred to Hamilton
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.
Hamilton ticket-buyers warned to avoid re-seller websites
Ticket buyers are warned to use caution, as some websites are on-selling tickets to Hamilton events at inflated prices.
Seddon Park to test new pink ball
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 for the historic Day/Night Test Match against Australia at the Adelaide Oval, starting on 27th November.
Trans-Tasman rivalry returns to Hamilton's Seddon Park
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.
Sell-out at Seddon Park signals imminent arrival of world champions India
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 have been sell-out crowds for New Zealand’s victories over Sri Lanka, England and Australia.
Shining cricket silverware hits Hamilton
The most coveted trophy in international cricket reaches Hamilton tomorrow.
Seddon Park the Twenty20 Winner
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.
Hamilton named as one of 22 stops on nationwide trophy tour
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 last here in 1992.
Gates are open at Seddon Park
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.
Countdown to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 begins
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.
Hamilton, Auckland and Wellington to host two matches in ANZ International Series v India
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.
Seddon Park Scores Domestic T20 Finals
Hamilton’s Seddon Park will host the two crunch games in the New Zealand domestic T20 cricket competition this season.
Fans to enjoy live cricket on Friday and Saturday nights
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 Plunket Shield.
BLACKCAPS heading to Hamilton as part of the West Indies Tour
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.
Hamilton to get slice of Cricket World Cup action
Hamilton’s Seddon Park will host three matches as part of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.