New Zealand

Smith, Voges smack tons as Australia race ahead after Taylor marathon

Steven Smith and Adam Voges struck splendid centuries to stretch Australia’s lead to 193 runs with eight wickets in hand in the second innings, after a marathon knock from Ross Taylor helped New Zealand to 624 on the fourth day of the second Test in Perth.
16 November 2015

New Zealand claim record win over Sri Lanka

New Zealand Women beat Sri Lanka Women by 102 runs - their record margin of victory by runs - in the first Twenty20 International in Christchurch.
15 November 2015

Taylor slams double hundred as New Zealand mount strong reply

Ross Taylor slammed a career-best double hundred and Kane Williamson also scored a century as New Zealand reduced their first innings deficit to 49 runs at stumps on day three of the second Test against Australia in Perth.
15 November 2015

Determined Williamson keeps Australian bowlers at bay

Buoyed by Kane Williamson's classy fifty, New Zealand kept the Australian bowlers at bay and were trailing by 419 runs with eight wickets in hand at stumps on day two of the second Test in Perth.
14 November 2015

Terrific Warner, solid Khawaja sink New Zealand on day one

David Warner amassed an unbeaten 244 while Usman Khawaja scored a composed 121 as the duo shared 302 runs between them to take Australia to 416 for two at stumps on day one of the second Test against New Zealand in Perth.
13 November 2015

Convincing win seals clean sweep for New Zealand

New Zealand Women bowled Sri Lanka Women out for 99 on their way to a convincing eight-wicket win that sealed a 5-0 One-Day International series clean sweep in the final match in Christchurch.
13 November 2015

Australia name unchanged line-up for second Test

Australian captain Steven Smith has confirmed that Australia will be going with an unchanged line-up for the second Test against New Zealand in Perth.
12 November 2015

Injured Southee successfully undergoes training session

Injured New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee successfully underwent a light training session in Perth ahead of the second Test match against Australia.
11 November 2015

Morna Nielsen five-for puts New Zealand 4-0 up

Morna Nielsen's maiden five-wicket haul put New Zealand Women on course for a 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka Women in the fourth One-Day International in Lincoln.
10 November 2015

Injured Neesham ruled out of Australia Tests

New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham has been ruled out of the remaining two Test matches against Australia after picking up a back injury in the first Test in Brisbane.
9 November 2015

Australia thrash New Zealand to take 1-0 lead

The Australian bowlers produced a clinical performance on the final day to wrap up the New Zealand innings for 295 despite a run-a-ball 80 from Brendon McCullum to win the first Test in Brisbane by a massive 208 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the series.
9 November 2015

New Zealand extend fight to day five after rain washes out final session

On the back of a fifty from Kane Williamson and a couple of rain interruptions, New Zealand stretched the game into the fifth day, needing 362 more runs to win with seven wickets in hand, after Australia declared overnight on day four in the first Test in Brisbane.
8 November 2015

Priest powers New Zealand to huge win

Rachel Priest hit 157 in 146 balls - her second century in three games - to lay the foundations for New Zealand Women to beat Sri Lanka Women by 188 runs in the third One-Day International in Lincoln.
7 November 2015

Warner, Burns tons demolish New Zealand

David Warner and Joe Burns scored centuries at better than run-a-ball as Australia flattened New Zealand by taking a lead of 503 with six wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the first Test in Brisbane.
7 November 2015

New Zealand call up Neil Wagner as cover for Tim Southee

New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner has been called up as a cover for injured Tim Southee, who had to leave the field of play midway through the second day of the first Test match against Australia in Brisbane.
6 November 2015

Starc, Johnson leave New Zealand reeling on day two

Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc took two wickets each to leave New Zealand in trouble at 157 for five at stumps on day two in Brisbane after Australia declared their first innings at 556 for four.
6 November 2015

Warner, Khawaja tons help Australia dominate day one in Brisbane

New Zealand received a hostile welcome in Australia as David Warner's superlative 163-run knock and Usman Khawaja's unbeaten 102 helped their team post 389 for two on day one of the first Test of the Trans-Tasman trophy in Brisbane.
5 November 2015

New Zealand Women race to 10-wicket win

New Zealand Women wasted little time in moving into a 2-0 One-Day International series lead over Sri Lanka Women, chasing down 130 in 14.3 overs to claim a 10-wicket victory in the second ODI in Lincoln.
5 November 2015

It is going to be a tough battle - Michael Clarke

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that the three-match Trans-Tasman series between Australia and New Zealand will be fiercely competitive.
4 November 2015

South Africa announce schedule for 2016-17 season

Cricket South Africa has announced the schedule for the 2016-17 season wherein they will play both home and away tours against Australia and New Zealand, while hosting Sri Lanka and Ireland at home.
4 November 2015