New Zealand squad – 1975 Cricket World Cup Semi-Finalists

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  1. Mandy Smith (field hockey)

    Mandy Smith (field hockey)


    Amanda ("Mandy") Jane Barker (née Smith) (born 14 May 1972, in Ranfurly, New Zealand) is a former field hockey striker from New Zealand, who finished sixth with her national team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. The forward, educated at St Hilda's College in Dunedin, played her first international against Japan for Otago in 1989, then played for The Black Sticks the next year against Great Britain. She was unable to play 1995 because of back problems that required surgery.

  2. Jeremy Coney

    Jeremy Coney


    Jeremy Vernon Coney, MBE (born 21 June 1952) is a former New Zealand cricketer, who played 52 Test matches and 88 ODIs for New Zealand, captaining them in 15 Tests and 25 ODIs. He was one of New Zealand's most successful batsmen, at least by average, and he made 16 fifties, but centuries often eluded him and he had to wait nine years to make his first - by that time, he had turned 31. He only lost one Test series as captain, against Pakistan away, and he became a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1984. He is married to ex New Zealand netball representative and netball commentator Julie Coney.

  3. Richie Blackmore (rugby league)

    Richie Blackmore (rugby league)


    James Richard "Richie" Blackmore (born 2 July 1969 in New Zealand) is a rugby league coach and former professional footballer who represented his country. His position of preference was in the centres.

  4. Rachel Sutherland

    Rachel Sutherland


    Rachel Anne Sutherland (born 3 August 1976 in Nelson, New Zealand) is a female field hockey player from New Zealand, who represented her native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. There she finished in sixth place with the Women's National Team, wearing the number five jersey. Sutherland was affiliated with Emeralds, Manawatu.

  5. Abby Erceg

    Abby Erceg


    Abby Erceg (born 20 November 1989) is a professional New Zealander footballer who is a member of the New Zealand national team. Erceg currently plays for Chicago Red Stars in the American National Women's Soccer League and has previously played for Espanyol in the Superliga Femenina and Adelaide United in the Australian W-League. She was the first player from New Zealand to play 100 international matches.

  6. Benji Marshall

    Benji Marshall


    Benjamin Quentin "Benji" Marshall (born 25 February 1985) is a professional rugby league footballer, currently playing for NRL club the St George Illawarra Dragons.

  7. Anna Green (footballer)

    Anna Green (footballer)


    Anna Green (born 20 August 1990), is an Association footballer who represents New Zealand at international level. She has also played for Three Kings United (ASB League), Adelaide United and Sydney FC (W-League) and Lokomotive Leipzig (Bundesliga).

  8. Abby Burrows

    Abby Burrows


    Abby Kirstyn Burrows (born 29 January 1977) is a New Zealand cricketer who plays for the Central Districts Hinds in the State League. She was born in Kawerau, Bay of Plenty.

  9. Aimee Watkins

    Aimee Watkins


    Aimee Louise Watkins (née Mason, born 11 October 1982) is a New Zealand cricketer who has played two women's test matches and 84 women's one-day internationals for the New Zealand national women's cricket team. She also plays for the Central Districts in the State League.

  10. Winston Reid (footballer)

    Winston Reid (footballer)


    Winston Wiremu Reid (born 3 July 1988) is a New Zealand professional footballer who plays as a defender for English club West Ham United and also captains the New Zealand national team.

  11. Ali Riley

    Ali Riley


    Alexandra "Ali" Lowe Riley (born 30 October 1987) is an American-born New Zealand association football player who is currently a member of the FC Rosengård in Damallsvenskan. Riley is a member of the New Zealand women's national football team. She captained the Stanford soccer team to two NCAA semi-finals and one final.

  12. Lizzy Igasan

    Lizzy Igasan


    Elizabeth Jane "Lizzy" Igasan (born 16 September 1982) is a New Zealand field hockey player who was captain of the national team and a participant in the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics.

  13. Brendon Tuuta

    Brendon Tuuta


    Brendon Ephia Tuuta (born 29 April 1965) is a New Zealand former rugby league player of Māori/Moriori descent..

  14. Amber Hearn

    Amber Hearn


    Amber Liarnie Rose Hearn (born 28 November 1984), is an association football player who represented New Zealand at international level, making her senior international debut in a 2–0 loss to Australia on 18 February 2004.

  15. Annalie Longo

    Annalie Longo


    Annalie Antonia Longo (born 1 July 1991) is a female association football player who represents New Zealand at international level. She played for Sydney FC in the Australian W-League.

  16. Morvin Edwards

    Morvin Edwards


    Morvin Renata Tewhetu Aroha Edwards is a New Zealand former rugby league player who represented his country. His position of preference was at Fullback.

  17. Dally Messenger

    Dally Messenger


    Herbert Henry "Dally" Messenger (12 April 1883 – 24 November 1959) was one of Australasia's first professional rugby footballers, recognised as one of the greatest-ever players in either code. Messenger, or 'The Master' as he was dubbed, represented his country in two rugby union tests and seven rugby league tests. He played for New South Wales in the very first rugby match run by the newly created 'New South Wales Rugby Football League' which had just split away from the established New South Wales Rugby Football Union.

  18. Anna Lawrence

    Anna Lawrence


    Anna Josephine Lawrence (born 9 March 1972 in Howick, Auckland) is a former field hockey midfielder from New Zealand, who finished sixth with her national team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.

  19. Haidee Tiffen

    Haidee Tiffen


    Haidee Maree Tiffen MNZM (born 4 September 1979 in Timaru) is a former female cricketer who played in 117 One Day International (ODIs) and two Test matches for New Zealand. Once acknowledged as one of the best all-rounders in the game, Tiffen announced her retirement after leading her side to the final of the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Her 2919 career ODI runs are surpassed by only six other cricketers, and only one Kiwi. She was short-listed for the ICC Women's Player of the Year Award in 2006, eventually losing out to Karen Rolton.

  20. Shane Smeltz

    Shane Smeltz


    Shane Edward Smeltz (born 29 September 1981) is a New Zealand international footballer who plays as a striker for Sydney FC in the A-League.

  21. Richard Hadlee

    Richard Hadlee


    Sir Richard John Hadlee MBE (born 3 July 1951) is a former New Zealand cricketer, regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers and all-rounders in cricketing history.

  22. Wynton Rufer

    Wynton Rufer


    Wynton Alan Whai Rufer, (born 29 December 1962) is a New Zealand retired footballer who played as a striker. He spent more than a decade of his professional career in Switzerland and Germany and achieved thereby with Werder Bremen his greatest accomplishments, winning a total of four major titles. He also appeared for the New Zealand national team in its first FIFA World Cup participation, in 1982. He was named the Oceania Footballer of the Century by the Oceania Football Confederation.

  23. Joe Ropati

    Joe Ropati


    Joe Ropati is a New Zealand rugby league player who represented his country in nine Test Matches, including in games that counted towards the 1988 World Cup. Ropati is part of a large rugby league family that includes internationals Iva and Tea. Joe, Tea and Iva are the only set of three brothers to play tests for the Kiwis.

  24. Willie Talau

    Willie Talau


    Viliamu (Willie) Talau (born 25 January 1976, in Samoa) is a retired professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. A Samoan and New Zealand international representative centre, he played in the National Rugby League for the Bulldogs and in the Super League for St Helens, with whom he won the 2006 Super League Grand Final and the Challenge Cup on four occasions, and for the Salford City Reds.

  25. Jamie Smith (field hockey)

    Jamie Smith (field hockey)


    Jamie Samuel Lawrence Smith (born February 15, 1965) is a former field hockey player from New Zealand, who finished in eighth position with the Men's National Team, nicknamed the Black Sticks, at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. Smith was captain of the New Zealand side from 1993-1998. He was born in Auckland and went to King's College.

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