A comprehensive bowling display by New Zealand bowled Zimbabwe A out for 173 runs in the second innings after setting a target of 433 runs to secure a massive 259-run win on the third day of the tour match in Harare.
Led by early strikes by the pace bowlers and a four-wicket haul by Ish Sodhi, New Zealand dismissed Zimbabwe A for 114 runs in 49.5 overs and went on to post 154 for four in the second innings to claim a lead of 385 runs by the end of the second day of the tour game in Harare.
The chief executive officer of New Zealand Cricket David White has expressed that the board is in full support of the proposed revamp of the structure of Test cricket which introduces a two-tier system.
Bisma Ahmed reports from Harare, where cricket continues as normal despite significant political unrest in the country as Zimbabwe prepare to host New Zealand - with the tour set to go ahead as scheduled.
Former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum, who is representing the Trinbago Knight Riders in the 2016 Caribbean Premier League feels that playing in Trinidad is going to be an amazing experience for him.
The former general manager of the Anti-Corruption Unit of the International Cricket Council Ravi Sawani has defended the organisation after former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum criticised their approach in the case of Chris Cairns.
Former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has criticised the "casual" approach of the anti-corruption unit of the International Cricket Council in his MCC Spirit of Cricket lecture at Lord's on Monday.