New Zealand Cricket

New Zealand Cricket, formerly the New Zealand Cricket Council, is the governing body for professional cricket in New Zealand. Cricket is the most popular and highest profile summer sport in New Zealand.

New Zealand Cricket
AffiliationInternational Cricket Council
HeadquartersChristchurch, New Zealand
PresidentDebbie Hockley[1]
ChairmanMartin Snedden[2]
CEODavid White
Men's coach Gary Stead
Women's coach Haidee Tiffen
Other key staffSelector
Mark Greatbatch
SponsorSpark Sport, Pitch International, ANZ, Ford, MediaWorks, Accor Hotels, Canterbury, Dream11, Dynasty Sport, Gillette, G.J. Gardner Homes, Hertz, Les Mills, Monteith's, Powerade, TAB[3]
Official website

New Zealand Cricket operates the New Zealand cricket team, organising Test tours and One-Day Internationals with other nations. It also organises domestic cricket in New Zealand, including the Plunket Shield first-class competition, the Ford Trophy domestic one-day competition and the Super Smash domestic Twenty20 competition

David White is the Chief Executive Officer of New Zealand Cricket. Kane Williamson is the current Black Caps captain in all forms of the game, succeeding Brendon McCullum who retired in 2016.