New Zealand

Final ODI Abandoned Due To Rain

The third and final One-Day International between New Zealand and South Africa in Hamilton was abandoned due to persistent rain.
27 October 2014

Hashim Amla Sets Up Series Win

Hashim Amla scored 119 to set up a 72-run win for South Africa in the second One-Day International against New Zealand in Tauranga that put them into an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
24 October 2014

De Villiers, Duminy See South Africa Home

AB de Villiers and JP Duminy both scored unbeaten half-centuries as South Africa beat New Zealand by six wickets in the first One-Day International at Tauranga's Bay Oval.
21 October 2014

Brownlie, Latham In New Zealand ODI Squad

Dean Brownlie and Tom Latham have been included in New Zealand's 14-man squad for their first One-Day International against South Africa.
18 October 2014

New Zealand-Ireland Clash Abandoned

The one-day game between a New Zealand XI and Ireland in Hamilton was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain.
18 October 2014

New Zealand Without Adam Milne, Ross Taylor

New Zealand will be unable to call upon fast bowler Adam Milne or experienced batsman Ross Taylor due to injury when they play South Africa in a three-match One-Day International series that begins next week.
17 October 2014

Scotland Fall One Run Short Against New Zealand XI

Scotland went down to an agonising one-run defeat to a New Zealand XI packed with internationals at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln.
15 October 2014

Need To Keep Improving - McCullum

Brendon McCullum may be happy with the cricket New Zealand are playing as the build-up to next year's World Cup intensifies, but he says there is still room for improvement.
13 October 2014

New Zealand 'Dark Horse' For 2015 World Cup - Steyn

South Africa's pace spearhead Dale Steyn feels that co-hosts New Zealand are the 'dark horse' in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 while Australia can be 'annoying' with their in-your-face approach.
7 October 2014

Doug Bracewell Back For New Zealand

Fast bowler Doug Bracewell has been recalled by New Zealand ahead of their Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates next month.
1 October 2014

New Zealand Win Series After Super Over

New Zealand Women beat the West Indies Women in a Super Over after their decisive third Twenty20 International in Saint Vincent was tied.
28 September 2014

All-Round Dottin Levels Series For West Indies

All-rounder Deandra Dottin starred with bat and ball as the West Indies Women beat New Zealand Women by seven wickets to level their three-match Twenty20 International series 1-1.
26 September 2014

Priest Sees New Zealand To Victory

Rachel Priest hit an unbeaten 44 as New Zealand Women beat the West Indies Women by seven wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Saint Vincent.
23 September 2014

Kane Williamson Trials Left-Arm Spin To Overcome Ban

New Zealand cricketer Kane Williamson, who was banned from bowling by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for suspected bowling action is now considering switching left-arm to overcome the ban.
22 September 2014

West Indies Fightback Seals Clean Sweep

The West Indies Women sealed a 4-0 One-Day International series clean sweep over New Zealand Women by winning the fourth and final match by four runs in Saint Kitts.
19 September 2014

Mohammed, Selman Rout New Zealand

Shakera Selman and Anisa Mohammed shared eight wickets as the West Indies Women handed New Zealand Women an eight-wicket hammering in the third One-Day International in Saint Kitts.
17 September 2014

West Indies Go 2-0 Up

The West Indies Women beat New Zealand Women by 65 runs in the second One-Day International in Saint Kitts to take a 2-0 lead in the four-match series.
14 September 2014

Dottin, Smartt Put West Indies 1-0 Up

Five wickets from Tremayne Smartt and a half-century from Deandra Dottin helped the West Indies beat New Zealand Women by five wickets in the first One-Day International in Saint Kitts.
12 September 2014

Craig McMillan Joins New Zealand Coaching Team

Craig McMillan has joined the New Zealand coaching team as full-time batting coach and been given a two-year contract.
4 September 2014

Mike Hesson Extends Contract As New Zealand Coach

New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson has signed a two-year contract extension which will see him continue to lead the Black Caps until 2017.
3 September 2014


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