The Summer edition of Outright magazine is out now.
The summer of cricket has been exciting, albeit impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic once again, which continues to provide a myriad of challenges for our members and all stakeholders in the game.
The biggest of these challenges was the continual amendment of the playing schedule to allow all formats of the game to proceed, and changes to the international calendar saw Blackcaps players turning out for their domestic teams in a well contested and exciting Super Smash.
In this edition we speak to the record holder for most appearances in all formats of the game Ross Taylor who announced his retirement from the Blackcaps and fittingly took the last wicket in his final test against Bangladesh. Also featuring is another big contributor to the game National Personal Development Manager Sanjewa Silva, who after a decade at the CPA is moving on. We look back on his tenure and the incredible growth and development the programme has seen under his watch. We catch up with World Cup winner Catherine Campbell and reflect on the last time NZ hosted the tournament and her twenty plus years of contribution to the sport, and we speak with Central Districts player Seth Rance and learn about his off-field activities. To read these articles and more please click on the image of the magazine cover, we hope you enjoy this edition of Outright and wish you all the best over the remainder of summer.