New Zealand

Cricket World Player Of The Week - Luke Ronchi

New Zealand wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week following a fabulous week for One-Day International cricket.
26 January 2015

All-Round New Zealand Thump Sri Lanka

New Zealand put together a comprehensive all-round performance to beat Sri Lanka by 120 runs in the sixth One-Day International in Dunedin, moving into a 4-1 series lead with one game to play.
25 January 2015

Elliott, Ronchi Set Record In New Zealand Win

Grant Elliott and Luke Ronchi set a new world record sixth-wicket partnership of 267 to set up a 108-run win for New Zealand over Sri Lanka in the fifth One-Day International in Dunedin.
23 January 2015

Williamson Makes Winning Return

Kane Williamson marked his comeback from a shoulder injury with a match-winning century as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in the fourth One-Day International in Nelson.
20 January 2015

Grundy & Marsh Back For England

England Women have welcomed spinners Rebecca Grundy and Laura Marsh back into a 15-strong squad to tour New Zealand next month.
19 January 2015

New Zealand, Sri Lanka Denied By Rain

The third One-Day International between New Zealand and Sri Lanka was abandoned due to rain after 28.3 overs of play at Eden Park in Auckland.
17 January 2015

Nicola Browne Announces Retirement

Nicola Browne, one of New Zealand's most experienced international cricketers, has announced she will retire from the game following this weekend.
16 January 2015

Tillakaratne Dilshan Century Levels Series

Tillakaratne Dilshan scored his 19th One-Day International century as Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by six wickets to level their seven-match series 1-1 at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
15 January 2015

New Zealand, The Rebuilding Dark Horses

An inspirational skipper, a rookie already considered one of the best next-gen batsmen in the world, a team that always punches above its weight - Krish Sripadi analyses New Zealand's recent progress.
12 January 2015

Shoulder Injury Sidelines Kane Williamson

New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson will be out of action for between seven and 10 days to rest a minor shoulder injury.
12 January 2015

McCullum Sets Up New Zealand Win

Brendon McCullum smashed 51 in 22 balls and Corey Anderson added 81 as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by three wickets in the first One-Day International in Christchurch.
11 January 2015

Elliott, Milne In New Zealand World Cup Squad

All-rounder Grant Elliott and fast bowler Adam Milne have been included in New Zealand's 15-man squad for the Cricket World Cup 2015, which they co-host with Australia.
8 January 2015

New Zealand Wrap Up 193-Run Win

New Zealand dismissed Sri Lanka for 196 on the final day of the second and final Test in Wellington to wrap up a 193-run win at the Basin Reserve and a 2-0 series victory.
7 January 2015

Williamson, Watling Set New Record

Kane Williamson and BJ Watling put on a new Test record of 365 for the sixth wicket as New Zealand bounced back to put Sri Lanka under pressure on day four of the second and final Test in Wellington.
6 January 2015

Williamson Edges New Zealand Ahead

Kane Williamson made a patient unbeaten 80 to guide New Zealand into a 118-run lead over Sri Lanka on day three of the second and final Test in Wellington.
5 January 2015

Sangakkara Stunner Turns The Tables

A stunning Kumar Sangakkara double-century turned the tables on New Zealand as Sri Lanka moved into a 113-run lead on day two of the second and final Test in Wellington.
4 January 2015

Wickets Tumble In Wellington

15 wickets fell in Wellington on a frantic first day of the second Test between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at the Basin Reserve.
3 January 2015

Cricket World Player Of The Week - Brendon McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week after his efforts in setting up victory in the Boxing Day Test against Sri Lanka.
29 December 2014

New Zealand Rout Sri Lanka, Attain Comfortable Win In First Test

By virtue of top class all-round performance throughout the first Test, New Zealand attained comfortable victory by eight wickets against Sri Lanka at Hagley Oval, Christchurch.
29 December 2014

Karunaratne Lead Sri Lanka Fight Back, New Zealand Still In Control

A sensational hundred from Dimuth Karunaratne led the Sri Lankan fight back on day three of the first Test in Hagley Oval, Christchurch.
28 December 2014

 
 
 
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