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NZ Cricket Museum

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Established in 1987, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is located in the historic Museum Stand at Wellington's iconic Basin Reserve. Here we present two special features: From The Archive, with highlights from our collection, and Last Over With Erin, a series of interviews with former-New Zealand players from Erin Campbell.

Latest Episodes

Last Over With Erin: JR Reid

A legend of New Zealand cricket, JR Reid talks with Erin Campbell about the illness that took him away from rugby, his cricketing heroes, and his love for the Basin Reserve - including the comic tale of the largest six ever hit at the ground.

8 MIN2018 NOV 6
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Last Over With Erin: JR Reid

Last Over With Erin: John Sparling

In this Last Over With Erin interview, Erin Campbell talks with 11-Test New Zealand all-rounder, John Sparling. From his knack to getting the great Bert Sutcliffe out to bowling an 11-ball over of legal deliveries, and being coached by Jim Laker, John shares his life in cricket.

9 MIN2018 JUL 26
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Last Over With Erin: John Sparling

Last Over With Erin: Artie Dick

In this Last Over With Erin interview, Artie Dick talks about the "lovely man" who inspired him, Bert Sutcliffe and his cricketing life that began as a boy with Kaikorai in Dunedin. He goes on to discuss the pride that came with playing for New Zealand and touring South Africa in 1961-62.

6 MIN2018 MAR 22
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Last Over With Erin: Artie Dick

Last Over With Erin: John Guy

In the latest Last Over With Erin interview, Erin Campbell meets John Guy who discusses the development of Lance Cairns’ famed ‘Excalibur’ bat, the challenge and honour of hitting New Zealand’s first Test century in India, and his proudest moment in cricket – from the game’s grassroots.

6 MIN2017 AUG 29
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Last Over With Erin: John Guy

Last Over With Erin: Bob Blair

In this episode of Last Over With Erin, Bob Blair sits down with Erin Campbell and talks about his philosophy on bowling, the joy of hitting 64 not out against England, the despair of following that with a pair, and interacting with Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe.

7 MIN2017 MAY 26
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Last Over With Erin: Bob Blair

Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton

Erin Campbell sits down with former-BLACKCAP Paul Barton. Paul talks about his career in cricket, from school to Tests and on to masters cricket where he switched allegiances to play for Western Australia.

5 MIN2017 MAY 12
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Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton

Last Over With Erin: John Ward

Erin Campbell caught up with former Canterbury and New Zealand wicketkeeper, John Ward, during the BLACKCAPS 2017 Test against South Africa at the Basin Reserve. In his 'Last Over' interview, John recounts his introduction to the game and talks of the time he claimed a stumping off one of New Zealand's fastest bowlers.

4 MIN2017 APR 28
Comments
Last Over With Erin: John Ward

From The Archive: Sid Smith, The World's Greatest Cricketer

A light-hearted talk from the 1970s (we think) about the cricket skills of Sid Smith, a legend in his own backyard who was, the story-teller argues, better than Bradman.

10 MIN2015 MAY 13
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From The Archive: Sid Smith, The World's Greatest Cricketer
the END

Latest Episodes

Last Over With Erin: JR Reid

A legend of New Zealand cricket, JR Reid talks with Erin Campbell about the illness that took him away from rugby, his cricketing heroes, and his love for the Basin Reserve - including the comic tale of the largest six ever hit at the ground.

8 MIN2018 NOV 6
Comments
Last Over With Erin: JR Reid

Last Over With Erin: John Sparling

In this Last Over With Erin interview, Erin Campbell talks with 11-Test New Zealand all-rounder, John Sparling. From his knack to getting the great Bert Sutcliffe out to bowling an 11-ball over of legal deliveries, and being coached by Jim Laker, John shares his life in cricket.

9 MIN2018 JUL 26
Comments
Last Over With Erin: John Sparling

Last Over With Erin: Artie Dick

In this Last Over With Erin interview, Artie Dick talks about the "lovely man" who inspired him, Bert Sutcliffe and his cricketing life that began as a boy with Kaikorai in Dunedin. He goes on to discuss the pride that came with playing for New Zealand and touring South Africa in 1961-62.

6 MIN2018 MAR 22
Comments
Last Over With Erin: Artie Dick

Last Over With Erin: John Guy

In the latest Last Over With Erin interview, Erin Campbell meets John Guy who discusses the development of Lance Cairns’ famed ‘Excalibur’ bat, the challenge and honour of hitting New Zealand’s first Test century in India, and his proudest moment in cricket – from the game’s grassroots.

6 MIN2017 AUG 29
Comments
Last Over With Erin: John Guy

Last Over With Erin: Bob Blair

In this episode of Last Over With Erin, Bob Blair sits down with Erin Campbell and talks about his philosophy on bowling, the joy of hitting 64 not out against England, the despair of following that with a pair, and interacting with Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe.

7 MIN2017 MAY 26
Comments
Last Over With Erin: Bob Blair

Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton

Erin Campbell sits down with former-BLACKCAP Paul Barton. Paul talks about his career in cricket, from school to Tests and on to masters cricket where he switched allegiances to play for Western Australia.

5 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
Last Over With Erin: Paul Barton

Last Over With Erin: John Ward

Erin Campbell caught up with former Canterbury and New Zealand wicketkeeper, John Ward, during the BLACKCAPS 2017 Test against South Africa at the Basin Reserve. In his 'Last Over' interview, John recounts his introduction to the game and talks of the time he claimed a stumping off one of New Zealand's fastest bowlers.

4 MIN2017 APR 28
Comments
Last Over With Erin: John Ward

From The Archive: Sid Smith, The World's Greatest Cricketer

A light-hearted talk from the 1970s (we think) about the cricket skills of Sid Smith, a legend in his own backyard who was, the story-teller argues, better than Bradman.

10 MIN2015 MAY 13
Comments
From The Archive: Sid Smith, The World's Greatest Cricketer
the END
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