Carpet Cleaning West Auckland – Home and Professional Service

Carpet Cleaning West Auckland – Home and Professional Service

With a long history in carpet cleaning service, Carpet Cleaning West Auckland is the premier carpet cleaning company in New Zealand. The franchise was founded in Auckland in 1971 and since then has grown to be a leader in the industry. Their unparalleled customer service and their clean, modern and environment-friendly facilities are what sets them apart from other companies.

The company currently employs more than 500 people in Auckland and in Christchurch. Their staff are passionate about what they do and work hard to provide an unparalleled service for their customers. In fact, if you want to hire the company’s services you can be assured that you will never be disappointed with your carpet cleaning experience.

You should know that Carpet Cleaning West Auckland is a part of GEE Commercial Services Limited, an independent, wholly owned subsidiary of Ericsson International (Olympus), a leading global telecommunications and technology company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The GEE Company operates in the provision of telecommunication services as well as computer and networking equipment. It is also the market leader in mobile telecom devices and accessories. Ericsson, as well as its subsidiary GEE Commercial Services Limited, manufacture the world’s best mobile phones and is a market leader in the production of digital cameras, Blu-ray discs, television sets and computers.

The business was established in Auckland in 1975 and it is now one of the most successful companies in the city. The company started as the Carpet Cleaning Service of Kalanji. When the company moved to Greenhaven, it got its name Carpet Cleaning West Auckland. Since then, the company has grown considerably and today it has offices in Christchurch, Auckland, Manukau and Waihopai.

The company has always strived to provide excellent customer service and maintain the highest standards in the carpet cleaning in New Zealand. As a result, all its customers are provided with a clean, hygienic environment and they are able to rest assured that their carpets will be spotless and will be free from any stains.

When it comes to the carpet cleaning process, the company uses only professional and up to date equipment. This ensures that the carpet remains fresh and clean without worrying about damage. The cleaning process is not at all complicated and the materials used are all approved by the New Zealand government. A lot of attention is paid to detail, and this is why the business has consistently maintained its position as one of the most renowned carpet cleaning services in the region.

The company is a member of the NZGreenCouncil which is one of the main reason why it has remained successful in this sector. As a matter of fact, New Zealand is one of the leading countries in this field and the Carpet Cleaning services have remained on top.

This is an accomplishment that is unique to New Zealand and one that show the dedication and hard work the company puts into keeping up with the industry standards. The products that they sell are made in Europe and they have been accepted in other countries like the United States.

The customer service that the company provides is second to none. With a fully qualified and professional team that is always ready to help its customers with any question or issue, the company ensures that it can offer the best carpet cleaning services to its customers. The staff members all have their own unique qualities and are very friendly and professional.

Apart, from its advanced products, the cleaning services that the company offers are also very advanced and up to date. With its Carpet Cleaning Services, customers can expect the best in carpet cleaning services, fast turnaround and professional cleaning services. These are what customers are looking for when looking for a carpet cleaning service.

When the company first came to Auckland, it was not an easy task to find the right location but eventually, it was found and the company has been continuously working hard to keep up with the new trends in the industry. With the help of its well-trained staff and great products, Carpet Cleaning West Auckland is sure to give its customers what they want and more.

With its locations in all parts of Auckland, Carpet Cleaning services provide clean, modern and safe services to its customers. so that they can get the best out of their carpet cleaning needs.

Tips To Help You Wash Your New Apartment

 

House wash Auckland can be as simple as washing windows and cabinets or as elaborate as painting, refacing and repairing the house. When an Auckland house is a rental property, it is important to maintain it well. This means that both the inside and outside of the house need to be kept clean and that the right cleaning products should be used.

Cleaning the inside of the house is fairly easy. Most rooms can be cleaned using a good carpet cleaner or upholstery cleaner, but there are times when you want to use something special for a particular room. For example, a tap will need special care or wax on it, while windows and doors may need special cleaning products.

After work, especially on Monday mornings, is usually a big issue for many renters. This can be avoided by using a rug under a chair or providing a cushion on the floor. It may also be a good idea to close all the curtains for a few hours or put towels in each bedroom to prevent leaks. Once the rooms are dry, they should be vacuumed and mopped.

Washing and cleaning the outside of the house is also easier than you think. Most of the clean areas can be sprayed with water from a garden hose. These areas include driveways, gutters, leaves and branches. A car wash can be used if leaves or branches are hard to remove.

In warm summer months, it is important to regularly wash trees and bushes as they may attract bugs and insect damage. Some people also clean fruit trees and greenery, however, these activities are generally frowned upon by council employees.

One major step is to ensure that the gutters are cleaned properly. During bad weather, the gutter may get clogged up and this can cause the gutters to become stagnant and stop flowing properly.

Cracks and holes in the roof are easily fixed by applying a hot roof coating to them. The cracks will become smooth when the coating dries, which can save some money when you have to replace the roof. Most roofs are sealed to avoid leaks, however, there are those that don’t have the required protection. If this is the case, a gutter cover can be used to fill the gaps.

Before replacing roof tiles, it is a good idea to clean the roof itself. Tiles with no liner can be easily removed and replaced by someone who has an understanding of roofing. Proper drainage is an important consideration, particularly during cold winter months.

If you have central heating in your apartment, you should regularly check that this is operating properly. If you have a professional repair company, they can inspect your central heating system and give you an estimate on any repairs needed.

Some of the most important steps to take after washing a house are changing and washing the curtains and upholstery. These elements can attract dirt and dust and can affect the performance of the rest of the house.

It is important to clean the driveway and the walkways so that they can stand up to the amount of traffic that often comes through these areas. It is also important to remove and replace old wallpaper, but this is easier to do with a professional.

There are many other cleaning procedures that can be done, such as cutting or polishing the paint. When looking to buy a home, be sure to check out what is being done to make the house look better.

Residential Builders Auckland – What to Consider When Selecting Commercial and Residential Builders

 

We usually consider commercial building companies and residential builders in Auckland when it comes to a new home project. This is because we all have preferences when it comes to which contractors to hire to complete the project.

Residential builders are more popular than commercial builders. And there are reasons for this.

When it comes to Auckland residential builders the two main types of providers are Askey Homes and Eureka Builders. Askey is probably more familiar in terms of its family-owned and operated businesses. Their network of experts are highly skilled, knowledgeable and can handle any size of project.

Eureka Builders is another prominent provider of Auckland residential builders. They have more extensive marketing network and a wide range of expertise to help create the best living space you’ll ever get to live in.

People have different preferences when it comes to what they prefer. Some are interested in looking at pictures and specifications before deciding on a contractor.

But if you’re not interested in this approach, you can also look into the internet for residential builders. In this case you can get access to real photos of each project that the contractor has done before.

You can also find several Auckland residential builders in the internet through various search engines. You can learn a lot from the testimonials and references that people left online about the projects that the contractor has completed.

The internet also offers a way for you to interact with a contractor’s clients or past customers before committing to their services. In this way you will be able to get a feel for the contractor and the work they do before committing to their services.

In a lot of cases the availability of online reviews and testimonials of residential builders is quite helpful. It is also possible to read up on stories from satisfied customers that have purchased projects from the contractor.

Residences in Auckland are unique when it comes to the kind of materials and construction involved in the construction process. To make sure that you are getting a good deal and having a great house, it is important to understand the materials that you need to choose from and what the contractor needs to have available for your home.

Some of the materials that residential builders have to know about are the characteristics of the building materials that are used, the tools that are needed for the construction, and the safety regulations. You can ask them to refer you to contractors who meet your requirements, even if you don’t know much about construction.

It’s a great idea to consult architects etc as they are specialists in these areas. There may be some free online information that you can use to make sure that you’re getting a well-designed house.

How Can I Use A Self Storage Unit To Store A Panel And Paint?

 

When I get out of the Auckland airport on the way to Wellington, I take a moment to stop in at the airport shuttle service so I can restock my New Zealand Traveller’s Chequebook. Just as I’m leaving I hear someone ask if the self-storage company is able to store a panel and paint at the same time.

Panel and beaters Auckland are very similar but I want to make sure my customer knew that I was able to store both at the same time. The only hitch in my mind was whether I could fit a wheeled cart in the space between the two storage units. Luckily, I had this one small problem worked out. So, I asked the operator what it would take to fit this cart.

It would have taken one of the racks for the panel and another rack for the paint. So, I was able to create a full service closet for all my storage needs. I would still need to apply a cover over the two units but I got rid of the need to pay an extra fee for a self-storage unit.

As I was driving through Auckland, I read an article about these types of closets and found out that they could be rented for a week or two in the Wellington area. Some were over two weeks. These spaces were ideal for storing items that are not usually used during the holiday season.

Most people rent a closet full service to store their clothing, but not everyone wants to do that. They may want the privacy of having the item completely off the floor.

As I was driving from Wellington to Auckland, I checked out the market for self-storage units. There are many of them in the Central Business District. I saw four different ones in an open area at the corner of Chiswickand Duke streets.

These four units were the most expensive with the prices ranging from under $250 per week. That made me wonder how much of a discount I would be able to get by renting one of these units instead of buying one.

Since I was renting a unit in Auckland, I decided to call the company and find out if there were any deals I could find like this. I also wanted to find out if there were any discounts for the half day or full day rentals.

The lady at the answering machine did not seem to have a set rental schedule, so I called the desk before going into the store. She told me that I could purchase a half day rate or a full day rate for one week.

For the next two weeks, I was able to rent a panel and paint unit at this particular Auckland unit. I took advantage of the price per week and marked down my prices by 10%. I was able to pay about $310 for the two weeks.

Once I got home, I opened up the NYC app and searched for the Auckland closets that I had visited. I noticed a few in the city center and decided to check out two more. Of course, I already knew what unit I wanted because I rented a closet full service.

I was able to find a comparable unit in the Wellington area for around twice the market value. If you are looking for this type of closet rental, New Zealand is the perfect place to go.

CANTERBURY CONFIDENT YOUNG FAST BOWLERS CAN STEP UP IN DOMESTIC CRICKET

Canterbury coach Gary Stead has every faith their youthful fast bowling attack can fire consistently this summer.

With former Black Cap paceman Hamish Bennett moving to Wellington after 10 seasons with Canterbury and Ryan McCone shifting to Central Districts, Ed Nuttall and Kyle Jamieson will shoulder plenty of responsibility with the new ball.

Canterbury’s 14-player contract list will be announced on Tuesday, with one further name to be added on July 12.

Peter Fulton will return for a 16th full season of domestic cricket for Canterbury this summer.
Peter Fulton will return for a 16th full season of domestic cricket for Canterbury this summer.

Fast bowler Will Williams has secured a Canterbury cricket contract for the first time.

Fast bowlers Will Williams and Henry Shipley and opening batsman Michael Davidson, who all gained a taste of domestic cricket last summer, have secured spots for the first time.

The other feature of the naming sees four-day skipper Peter Fulton, Canterbury’s all-time first class leader for runs [8206] and matches [111] returning for a 16th full season.

Opening batsman-left arm spinner Ronnie Hira has gained full-time employment in Auckland, but Stead said he might still be available for the Kings in the Twenty20 competition.

Batsman Henry Nicholls is now on New Zealand Cricket’s central contract list, freeing up a place for Canterbury. Fast bowler Matt Henry and batsman Tom Latham are also on NZC contracts and probably won’t be sighted too much on the domestic scene.

In past seasons, Canterbury have lost experience in their batting stocks, but young players have stepped up and taken their opportunities, with Ken McClure a perfect illustration last summer.

Stead was satisfied with the pace bowling calibre and believed right-arm quicks Williams and Shipley would make an impact when given a chance.

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“It’s not a matter of whether they can or not. They’re going to have to. They’re going to have to be thrown in the deep end some what.

“I think with the depth we’ve tried to develop over the last few years, I’m confident they will make that step up.”

Williams played in two four-day matches last season and showed his ability for Canterbury Country, taking 9-38 in an innings during a Hawke Cup challenge against Buller in January.

He was viewed as an option in all three forms having been heavily involved at Canterbury trainings last season.

Stead described 20-year-old Shipley as someone with the batting technique to be a genuine all-rounder.

Davidson had a mixed start to top-level cricket, averaging 24 in six first class matches and just 12 in three one-day innings.

Despite only getting past 50 once, Stead said they liked what they had seen and he was worth investing in.

“I think he’s got a very good temperament. Hopefully, he can put the performances under his belt where he really starts to believe in his own ability.”

He stressed picking up a contract spot did not guarantee a place in the side. That had to be earned through performances on the field and hard work at training.

“I’ve seen a few guys in the past, who have got contracts and they sit back and rest on their laurels. For me it doesn’t matter whether you’ve got one or not.”

Canterbury Cricket have an objective of 90 per cent of their contracted players being developed from under-19 level down, which the contract list had achieved.

Wicketkeeper Cameron Fletcher and Jamieson are the only squad members not to have grown up or been schooled in the region, though Jamieson has played under-19s for Canterbury.

“If we can show a clear career path and playing pathway for guys coming through our system [it’s beneficial]. I think this contracting shows that.”

Stead said “three or four players” were in contention for the final contract with spinner Jeremy Benton and batsman Jack Boyle probably the frontrunners.

No decision has been made yet on who will captain Canterbury in the three formats.

AT A GLANCE:

Canterbury contracted list: Todd Astle, Leo Carter, Michael Davidson, Andrew Ellis, Cameron Fletcher, Peter Fulton, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Johnston, Cole McConchie, Ken McClure, Ed Nuttall, Henry Shipley, Logan van Beek, Will Williams (one to be added).

In: Michael Davidson, Henry Shipley, Will Williams.

Out: Hamish Bennett (Wellington), Ryan McCone (Central Districts), Ronnie Hira.

FOUR MAGICIANS SELECTED FOR WHITE FERNS TOUR TO SOUTH AFRICA

WHITE FERNS SQUAD FOR SOUTH AFRICA NAMED

 

Fourteen of the 15 WHITE FERNS offered new contracts for the 2016-17 year have been named in the squad to tour South Africa in October.

Apart from middle-order batter Liz Perry, all those offered significantly-enhanced contracts under a new Memorandum of Understanding between New Zealand Cricket and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association have been included in the touring party.

Perry missed the cut after battling a shoulder injury over the winter months but is likely to be back in the frame for the WHITE FERNS summer schedule.

Features of the touring squad include the recall of top-order batter Sam Curtis and swing bowler Holly Huddleston.

WHITE FERNS coach Haidee Tiffen said both players had won selection after impressing with their work ethic over the off-season.

“They’ve worked hard for their recalls”, said Tiffen.

“Sam wasn’t selected at all last summer but offers us useful top-order batting and spin-bowling value, and Holly’s swing-bowling is something we see as beneficial to our goal of hitting the ground running at next year’s Women’s Cricket World Cup in England.”

 

The WHITE FERNS will play 18 ODIs (and just four T20s) between now and the start of the ICC Women’s Cricket World 2017 – something Tiffen said heavily influenced the decision not to select Sara McGlashan or Anna Peterson in the touring squad.

Neither player has been offered a contract for 2016-17.

“With the World Cup on the horizon, we’ve selected both the touring squad and those to be offered annual contracts on the basis of our ODI performance in particular, and in this regard, some players have clearly been unlucky.”

Tiffen described the squad as well balanced, including up to five spin-bowling options, many good pace variations, and a strong batting unit.

The WHITE FERNS will assemble for a pre-tour camp in Tauranga next month before heading to South Africa, where they will play seven ODIs – the first three of which will carry all-important ICC International Women’s Championship points.

 

WHITE FERNS squad: Suzie Bates (captain), Erin Bermingham, Sam Curtis, Sophie Devine, Holly Huddleston, Leigh Kasperek, Katey Martin, Thamsyn Newton, Morna Nielsen, Katie Perkins, Rachel Priest, Hannah Rowe, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu.

Tour schedule – Sept 28-Oct  6: Pre-tour camp, Potchefstroom; Oct 8: 1st ODI, Kimberley; Oct 11: 2nd ODI, Kimberley; Oct 13: 3rd ODI, Kimberley; Oct 17: 4th ODI, Paarl; Oct 19: 5th ODI, Paarl; Oct 22: 6th ODI, Stellenbosch; Oct 24: 7th ODI, Paarl.

WHITE FERNS offered annual contracts for 2016-17: Suzie Bates (captain), Erin Bermingham, Sam Curtis, Sophie Devine, Holly Huddleston, Leigh Kasperek, Katey Martin, Thamsyn Newton, Morna Nielsen, Katie Perkins, Liz Perry, Rachel Priest, Hannah Rowe, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu.

Article courtesy of New Zealand Cricket.

ALL ABOARD FOR THE MCDONALD’S SUPER SMASH

All aboard for the McDonald’s Super Smash

 

A new holiday-friendly scheduling window, a fresh push towards family-oriented times and venues, and a change in sponsor – these are the main features of the revamped McDonald’s Super Smash, coming soon to a ground near you.

The 2016-17 men’s domestic T20 competition will start in early December, be played in predominantly afternoon timeslots and will be staged in some of the country’s favourite holiday spots, including Central Otago, Nelson, and Mt Maunganui.

In another departure from last season’s format, the finals will be played at the home venue of the highest-placed team, rather than at grounds confirmed at the outset of the competition.

New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White said the McDonald’s Super Smash was designed to capture the imagination and enthusiasm of kiwis as they approached and enjoyed the summer holiday season.

“There has always been a ‘happy days’ element to this time of the year and we think it’s perfect for attracting New Zealanders of all demographics  – mums, dads, teen and tweens ,” said Mr White.

“The twenty-over format is all about entertainment and having fun, and we have unashamedly built the competition around that.”

Of the 30 regular season games, 13 will be televised live on SKY Sport and just six are scheduled for the later, 7.10pm start.

In addition, SKY Sport will televise live both the elimination final and the grand final.

Besides the bigger city venues, the McDonald’s Super Smash will also be hosted at popular holiday destinations such as Alexandra’s Molyneux Park, Nelson’s Saxton Oval and Mt Maunganui’s Bay Oval.

Mr White said a lot of energy had been spent on creating a dynamic, modern and exciting format, tailored around meeting the demands of all New Zealanders.

“We’ve listened closely to what people want in terms of the domestic T20 competition and believe the new McDonald’s Super Smash is ideally positioned to meet those demands.”

THUNDER TAKE BBL PREPARATIONS BACK TO CHRISTCHURCH

Reigning KFC T20 Big Bash League Champions, Sydney Thunder will cross the Tasman for the second year running as they visit Christchurch to face the Canterbury Kings at Hagley Oval on Friday 2 December.

The reigning KFC T20 Big Bash League Champions will use the trip to play a strong opposition and expose members of the Thunder Academy to high level competition.

Ryan Gibson, Nathan McAndrew and Chris Green all featured in squads for Thunder in BBL05 after putting in impressive performances last year in New Zealand.

Director of Cricket and former Thunder captain Michael Hussey, who took part in last year’s tour believed the trip was a crucial factor to the sides’ success last season.

“The tour is a huge opportunity for our younger players, to showcase themselves against a top quality opposition” said Director of Cricket Michael Hussey.

“It also provides an avenue for members of the squad who are not playing first class cricket to work on their T20 skills.”

“Hagley Oval is a great place to play cricket, there was a big crowd there last year and it all plays a part in preparing the team for the Big Bash.”

“We now have some very talented players in our Academy, and for the few youngsters selected, playing games like this should help bridge the gap between Grade cricket and the Big Bash.”

All-rounder Shane Watson made his debut for Thunder last season in New Zealand and is looking forward to getting back in the lime green after successful stints in the Indian Premier League and Caribbean Premier League.

“The trip to Christchurch provides great preparation” said Shane Watson.

“It’s a beautiful city, the facilities are excellent at Hagley Oval.”

“It’s brilliant for the young players to get exposure to quality opposition but also for me and Huss to get to know the emerging Thunder plays a bit better, so it works both ways.”

Last season saw Thunder sign Henry Nicholls as an overseas injury replacement player for two games, with General Manager Nick Cummins praising the relationship between the two clubs.

“We are delighted to return to Christchurch in the lead up to BBL06,” said Sydney Thunder General Manager Nick Cummins.

“Last year’s tour provided ideal preparation for a number of our players and we learned a lot about where our Academy players were in their development.”

“We’ve forged a very productive partnership with Canterbury which has had significant benefit for both parties.”

“They beat us last time, so we are keen to set the record straight this December!”

LOCAL TALENT HIGHLIGHT OF CANTERBURY CRICKET 2016-17 CONTRACT

A focus on developing local talent is starting to pay dividends for Canterbury Cricket with 13 of the 14 first round contract players having represented Canterbury at Under 19 level or below.  The other highlight of the contract list is the young average age of 24 including the three centrally contracted NZ players.

There are three players contracted for the first time – Will Williams (Canterbury Country), Henry Shipley (Canterbury Country) and Michael Davidson (Christchurch Metro).

Henry Nicholls has been elevated up to a central contract with Hamish Bennett and Ryan McCone moving away from Canterbury this season.  Ronnie Hira has accepted full time employment in Auckland but may still be available for the Kings in the domestic T20 competition.

Director of Cricket and Head Coach, Gary Stead, said “this is a very exciting contract list in terms of both talent and potential.  We have a wonderful mix of experience with the likes of Ellis, Fulton and Astle and youth with the addition of several new contracted players.

A stated objective of Canterbury Cricket is to have 90% of our contracted players developed from Under 19 level down and we have seen this philosophy of focusing on developing our own talent pay off with this years contracted players.

It shows a clear attainable pathway for cricketers in Canterbury from the junior grades, through youth cricket and adult cricket to full Canterbury representation.”

FIRST ROUND CONTRACT LIST (ONE TO BE ADDED)

CANTERBURY KINGS SIGN EX-AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS BEN HILFENHAUS AND SHANE WATSON

Former Australian swing bowler Ben Hilfenhaus will bolster the Canterbury Kings’ pace stocks for the first half of the Twenty20 competition.

Canterbury have signed the 33-year-old right-armer for their first six McDonald’s Super Smash matches prior to Christmas.

Hilfenhaus will debut for the Kings at Hagley Oval on Friday when they take on defending Australian Big Bash champions Sydney Thunder in a pre-season clash.

The Thunder are captained by former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson, who will make a one-off cameo for the Kings in their Super Smash opener against the Central Stags in New Plymouth on Sunday.

Hilfenhaus took 99 test wickets in 27 tests, while also playing 25 ODIs and seven T20 internationals between 2007-12.

The burly Tasmanian retired from first class cricket in February due to injury issues.

He still plays T20s and will feature for the Melbourne Stars again this summer, who are coached by former Black Caps’ captain Stephen Fleming.

Hilfenhaus was the ninth top wicket taker in last season’s Big Bash, capturing 10 at 20.80 from eight matches.

Canterbury Cricket chief executive Lee Germon said Hilfenhaus’ vast experience would be a strong boost for the Kings.

Canterbury quicks Ed Nuttall and Kyle Jamieson have been impressive in the Plunket Shield, but are raw in the T20 form. Jamieson is yet to play a domestic T20.

“We were looking for an experienced pace bowler that could help our group. We’ve got [captain] Andrew Ellis, but that’s the extent of the experience really when you look at our pace bowling group,” Germon said.

“I know he’s keen to help the squad and the younger bowlers within the squad as well.”

Germon said their connection with Fleming had been vital in snaring Hilfenhaus, who was keen for cricket leading into the Big Bash, which starts in late December.

The Kings have a close relationship with the Thunder franchise, who Canterbury beat by nine runs in a T20 friendly last December,

With the Thunder’s campaign starting six days earlier than the Stars, it had been difficult to snap up a Sydney player for Canterbury’s early matches.

Germon was hopeful they might be able to get a Thunder overseas player or others on the fringes of the squad for matches later in the Super Smash.

“We’re looking at a couple of options. Guys just out of their Big Bash squad are still very good cricketers.

“They need to be better cricketers than what we’ve got.”

Germon is targeting a crowd of between 2000-3000 for the Kings’ match against the Thunder.

The Thunder won’t be at full strength, but their side includes Watson, explosive former Canterbury batsman Aiden Blizzard and ex-Australian seamer Clint McKay.

AT A GLANCE:

Ben Hilfenhaus’ stats for Australia 2007-12:

Tests:  99 wickets at 28.50 in 27 tests.

ODIs:  29 wickets at 37.06  in 25 matches.

T20Is:  9 wickets at 17.88 in 7 matches.

 Article courtesy of Stuff  http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/86935078/canterbury-kings-sign-exaustralian-players-ben-hilfenhaus-and-shane-watson 

Written by Brendon Egan

Tickets can be purchased at http://www.ticketdirect.co.nz/event/season/1416

AT A GLANCE:

Ben Hilfenhaus’ stats for Australia 2007-12:

Tests:  99 wickets at 28.50 in 27 tests.

ODIs:  29 wickets at 37.06  in 25 matches.

T20Is:  9 wickets at 17.88 in 7 matches.

 – Stuff