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Justin Vaughan is the CEO of New Zealand Cricket.

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Kiwis summon Test specialists to cover for 'injury-hit' ODI squad against Windies
Test specialists Brendon McCullum, Neil Wagner, Chris Martin, Daniel Vettori and Kruger van Wyk have all been asked to join the New Zealand squad earlier than their scheduled time in order to give a boost to their injury-hit one-day squad.

Cricket's 'bad boy' Ryder admits hitting rock bottom before making turnaround
International cricket's "Bad Boy", Jesse Ryder, appears to be sorting out his booze-related problems, which resulted in him losing out on a New Zealand Cricket central contract for the 2012-13 season.

Taylor stresses on importance of Twenty20s to gain momentum for Windies tour
New Zealand cricket captain Ross Taylor is stressing the importance of making an early statement on their tour of the West Indies, which starts on Sunday with the first of two Twenty20 internationals.

Alan Isaac becomes new ICC president; Richardson takes over as new CEO
Former Chairman of New Zealand Cricket Alan Isaac has taken over as the eighth President of the International Cricket Council from Sharad Pawar.

Cricket Wellington code of conduct hearing to decide Ryder's fate
New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder fate will be decided by the end of this week after his Cricket Wellington code of conduct hearing was finally convened last night, three months after an ugly clash between Ryder and Firebirds teammate Harry Boam.

Van Wyk named as Black Cap's No.1 gloveman
South African-origin Kruger van Wyk has been named as New Zealand Cricket's No1 wicket-keeper.

Vettori ends T20 retirement for World Cup 2012
New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori has come out of his Twenty20 retirement and made himself available for the Black Caps' World Cup campaign.

Ryder's cricketing future in limbo after opting out of playing for New Zealand
New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder has informed the New Zealand Cricket (NZC) that he will not be available for a national contract for the 2012-13 season, leaving his cricketing future in the dark.

'Troubled' Kiwi batsman Ryder's immediate future hangs in balance
Kiwi batsman Jesse Ryder's imminent future is likely to become clearer when he, his manager Aaron Klee and New Zealand Cricket Players Association boss Heath Mills sit down with New Zealand Cricket's Director of Cricket, John Buchanan, and team manager Mike Sandle to go over his annual performance review.

New World Cup hosting deal could see NZ earn more revenue but host less matches
The New Zealand Cricket board (NZC) has accepted a new deal over hosting the cricket World Cup in 2015, which would see a 68-32 per cent revenue split in favour of Australia, and will almost see a reduction in matches played in New Zealand.

Ex-Kiwi cricketers advocate 'dual coaching system' for different formats of game
Former New Zealand players Mark Greatbatch and Dion Nash have endorsed the idea of having separate coaches for different formats of cricket for the national team, and expects this to happen in the future.

Ryder not selected in Black Caps squad for Windies tour
Flashy New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder has not been selected in the New Zealand squad for the upcoming series against the West Indies.

South Africa born Wagner selected for Kiwi tour of West Indies
South African-born Neil Wagner has been named in New Zealand Test squad for the upcoming tour of the West Indies, while senior batsman Brendon McCullum has been given rest for the two shorter forms.

New Zealand Cricket board rebuffs last-minute deal to retain Wright as coach
The New Zealand Cricket (NZC) board has rejected a last-ditch effort from chief executive David White to keep John Wright as the coach of the national team.

Philosophical differences behind Wright stepping down as New Zealand coach
New Zealand cricket coach John Wright has cited philosophical differences with Australian John Buchanan as a factor in his decision to step down from his job when his contract expires.

Wright to step down as New Zealand cricket coach
New Zealand coach John Wright will step down from his post following the upcoming tour of the West Indies.

Taylor eyeing return to IPL after undergoing arm surgery
New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor is set for a rapid return to the Indian Premier League after undergoing an arm surgery.

New Zealand to start West Indies tour with games in America
The New Zealand cricket team will start their mid-year tour to the West Indies with two Twenty20 internationals in Florida, followed by five one-day internationals and two test matches.

New Zealand Cricket sign new broadcast deal with Pitch International
New Zealand Cricket has secured an eight-year sponsorship agreement with Pitch International LLP that will underpin the financial security of cricket in the country.

NZ cricket chief admits 'positive tension' between Wright and Buchanan
New Zealand cricket head David White has admitted the presence of a 'positive tension' between coach John Wright and director of cricket John Buchanan.

Kiwi skipper Taylor backpedals on Hughes 'tongue-in-cheek comment
New Zealand cricket captain Ross Taylor has said that his comment about wanting out-of-form Australian opener Phil Hughes to play in the second Test here were "tongue in cheek".

New Zealand Cricket appoints David White as new CEO
Former batsman and leading rugby administrator David White has been appointed as the Chief Executive of New Zealand Cricket (NZC).

ICC names John Harnden as 2015 World Cup CEO
The Chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC) 2015 World Cup Local Organising Committee, James Strong, has announced the appointment of John Harnden as the Chief Executive Officer of the Local Organising Committee for the event.

Ex-2006 Commonwealth Games chief to head 2015 cricket World Cup organizing body
A major events veteran currently at the helm of South Australian cricket is poised to be given primary responsibility for organizing the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Vaughan agrees to head NZ cricket till Jan 2012
The outgoing chief executive of New Zealand Cricket (NZC), Justin Vaughan, has agreed to remain till mid to late January to ensure the sport has a leader for the first half of the season.

New Zealand Cricket to resist Cricket Australia's likely bid to sign Wright as coach
New Zealand Cricket (NZC)'s Director of Cricket John Buchanan has said that he would resist any advances from Cricket Australia (CA) to sign Black Caps coach John Wright to replace Tim Nielsen as the new Australian cricket coach.

Northern Districts chief David Cooper eyeing to succeed Vaughan as NZC chief
Northern Districts chief executive David Cooper is likely to apply for New Zealand Cricket (NZC) top job after chief executive Justin Vaughan steps down in November.

Outgoing New Zealand Cricket chief Vaughan wants Kiwi successor
Amid an Australian influx in New Zealand Cricket (NZC), chief executive Justin Vaughan insists that a 'Kiwi' should succeed him when he walks away from the job at the end of November.

Injured Southee doubtful for New Zealand's tour to Zimbabwe
Auckland, Sep 21 New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee is in doubt for the Black Caps' tour to Zimbabwe after being diagnosed with cartilage damage in his left knee.

Vaughan to step down as New Zealand Cricket chief in November
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) chief executive Justin Vaughan has announced that he will walk away from the job at the end of November.

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