New Zealand

New Zealand's first day-night Test at home uncertain

New Zealand Cricket has admitted uncertainty over the hosting of the first day-night Test in the country which was originally scheduled in March next year.
3 August 2017

India to play 23 home games in upcoming season

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has confirmed the home season schedule for the Indian team that is dominated by limited over matches.
3 August 2017

India trounce New Zealand by 186 runs to make it to semi-final

After Mithali Raj led from the front with a fine century, Rajeshwari Gayakwad picked a five-wicket haul to bowl out New Zealand for 79 runs and secured a massive 186 run win for India in the 27th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby and book a berth in the semi-final of the tournament.
16 July 2017

Sciver, Beaumont take England to semi-finals of Women's World Cup

Natalie Sciver and Tammy Beaumont scored 129 and 93 respectively as England went on to post 284 for nine in their innings and later restricted New Zealand to 209 and completed a 75-run victory in the 24th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby to make it to the semi-finals.
13 July 2017

New Zealand knock Pakistan out of Women's World Cup

After a collective bowling effort from New Zealand restricted Pakistan to 144 runs, Sophie Devine scored a 41-ball 93 runs to help them complete the chase in just 15 overs in the 17th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Taunton.
9 July 2017

Priest, bowlers help New Zealand return back to winning ways

Lea Tahuhu and Leigh Kasperek shared three wickets apiece while Rachel Priest scored a 55-ball 90 as New Zealand completed a convincing eight wicket win over West Indies in the 16th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Taunton.
7 July 2017

Perry, bowlers lift Australia to five wicket win

After Megan Schutt and Jess Jonnasen picked three wickets apiece to restrict New Zealand to 219 for nine, Ellyse Perry led the chase with a confident 71 run knock as Australia reached the target in 48.4 overs with five wickets in hand in the 10th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Bristol.
3 July 2017

Rain abandons WWC17 game between New Zealand and South Africa

Continuous rain led to the abandonment of the sixth game between New Zealand and South Africa in the ICC Women's World Cup encounter in Derby without a ball being bowled.
28 June 2017

Huddleston, Bates power New Zealand to comfortable victory over Sri Lanka

Holly Huddleston picked a five-wicket haul while Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite remained unbeaten on 106 and 78 runs respectively as New Zealand completed a convincing nine wicket win over Sri Lanka in the ICC Women's World Cup opener in Bristol.
25 June 2017

Central contracts awarded for Colin de Grandhomme, Jeet Raval

New Zealand all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme and opening batsman Jeet Raval are the latest to be awarded with a central contract for the next 12 months.
23 June 2017

Bowlers set up another convincing win for England Women over New Zealand

A collective bowling effort from England bowlers saw them dismiss New Zealand for 130 runs and later chase down the target convincingly in 27.2 overs with seven wickets in hand to win their ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game in Derby.
22 June 2017

Luke Ronchi ends his international career

New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman Luke Ronchi has announced his decision to retire from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect.
22 June 2017

New Zealand thrash India by seven wickets in warm-up game

A collective bowling effort from New Zealand Women saw them dismiss India Women for 130 runs following which Rachel Priest scored a blistering half-century to complete the chase in 26.3 overs with seven wickets in hand in the warm-up game of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby.
20 June 2017

Shakib, Mahmudullah masterclass knock out New Zealand

Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah came to Bangladesh's rescue with masterful tons to knock New Zealand out of the Champions Trophy 2017 by winning the game at Cardiff by five wickets on Friday.
9 June 2017

Bangladesh, New Zealand hope to remain alive - Match Preview

New Zealand and Bangladesh will face each other in their final group encounter in Cardiff on Friday with the winner remaining alive in the tournament and the loser heading back home.
9 June 2017

ICC fines New Zealand for slow over-rate

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has docked a percentage of match fees of New Zealand players following their recently concluded Champions Trophy encounter against England at Sophia Gardens on Tuesday.
7 June 2017

England book semi-final berth with 87-run win over New Zealand

A collective bowling effort led by Jake Ball and Liam Plunkett helped England restrict New Zealand to 223 runs in a chase of 311 to win the sixth game of the ICC Champions Trophy in Cardiff by 87 runs and thereby becoming the first team to reach to the semi-finals.
7 June 2017

Teams look to seize initiative in Cardiff - England v New Zealand - Match Preview

New Zealand will take on host England in what will be an intriguing Champions Trophy encounter in Cardiff on Tuesday with weather permitting.
6 June 2017

Rain leaves Australia-New Zealand game without result

Heavy rain lashed out at Edgbaston as the second game of the Champions Trophy between Australia and New Zealand was abandoned without a result, forcing both the teams to share the points between them equally.
2 June 2017

Focus shifts to Trans-Tasman battle - Australia v New Zealand - Match Preview

The Champions Trophy 2017 edition is all set to witness Trans-Tasman rivalry with the finalists of 2015 World Cup locking horns with each other in Birmingham.
2 June 2017