New Zealand

Martin Guptill Powers New Zealand To World Cup Semi-Finals

Martin Guptill scored an unbeaten double-century and Trent Boult cleaned up the West Indian top order as New Zealand romped into the World Cup semi-final beating West Indies by 143 runs in Wellington.
21 March 2015

Martin Guptill Slams Double Century In World Cup Quarter-Final

Martin Guptill became the first New Zealand batsman and fifth overall in One-Day Internationals to score a double-century during his unbeaten knock of 237 against West Indies in the World Cup quarter-final in Wellington.
21 March 2015

McCullum Confident About New Zealand's Aggressive Strategy

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is backing his team to continue their aggressive approach on playing field when they take on West Indies in the World Cup quarter-final in Wellington on Saturday.
20 March 2015

New Zealand Unaffected by South Africa's Win - Grant Elliott

New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott has stated that his side isn’t bothered about South Africa’s emphatic win over Sri Lanka in the World Cup quarter-final at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday.
19 March 2015

Follow Through - World Cup - Quarter-Finals Preview

As we head into the quarter-finals of the 2015 World Cup, Chetan Narula previews the matches that are lined-up.
17 March 2015

West Indies Are Dangerous Side - Mike Hesson

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson feels that West Indies’ unpredictable nature will prove a challenge for his team when the two sides clash in the World Cup quarter-final on Saturday in Wellington.
17 March 2015

Kane Williamson Backs New Zealand's Aggressive Approach

New Zealand batting sensation Kane Williamson has backed his team to continue their aggressive approach when they take on West Indies in the World Cup quarter-final on Saturday in Wellington.
16 March 2015

New Zealand Stay Unbeaten Clinching A Thriller

Martin Guptill produced an elegant century under pressure to help New Zealand pull off their highest World Cup run chase in a nail-biting finish as they beat Bangladesh by three wickets in Hamilton to make it six out of six in the group stage.
13 March 2015

Fleming, Hadlee Play Cricket In Hobbiton

Former New Zealand internationals Stephen Fleming and Sir Richard Hadlee led teams out during the Hobbiton Movie Set Cricket Cup, held at the hobbit village created for the Lord Of The Rings movies.
12 March 2015

Brendon McCullum Wary Of Bangladesh Pace Threat

New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum expects Bangladesh’s pace attack to pose a challenge for his batsmen when the two sides meet each other in their World Cup match on Friday in Hamilton.
12 March 2015

Gavin Larsen Reflects On His New 'Big Role' As An Administrator

After the India-Ireland clash in Hamilton Cricket World’s Chetan Narula caught up with former New Zealand seamer Gavin Larsen who is now a part of the World Cup administration team.
10 March 2015

Follow Through - A Rousing Finish To Group Stage

England are out of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup. Bangladesh delivered the knock-out blow, after they lost to Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
10 March 2015

Unbeaten New Zealand Made To Work Hard By Afghanistan

Spectacular bowling from Daniel Vettori followed by a calm and composed half-century from Martin Guptill helped New Zealand chase down a modest Afghanistan target of 187, winning their World Cup game by six wickets at McLean Park.
8 March 2015

Daniel Vettori Joins The 300 Club

New Zealand left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori became a part of the elite 300-wicket club of One-Day International bowlers during his side’s World Cup match against Afghanistan in Napier on Sunday.
8 March 2015

Fit McCullum Available For Afghanistan Tie

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who sustained a sore forearm during the match against Australia on Saturday, has been declared fit ahead of his side’s clash against Afghanistan on Sunday.
4 March 2015

'Beating Australia Psychological Advantage for New Zealand'

Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming feels that the one-wicket win over Australia on Saturday in Auckland has given his side a psychological advantage for the rest of the World Cup.
3 March 2015

Cause For Concern For New Zealand?

As impressive as New Zealand's win over Australia on Saturday evening was, there is an argument that it also served as a vehicle to highlight numerous flaws, argues Matt Carter.
3 March 2015

Week In Review - Pools Begin To Take Shape

The second week of action in the 2015 One-Day International World Cup saw a continuation of the thrilling action from the first seven days.
2 March 2015

Mike Hesson Wary Of Afghanistan Threat

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has stated that his team will give due respect to Afghanistan ahead of their World Cup clash on Sunday in Napier.
2 March 2015

McCullum Cleared Of Serious Injury After Forearm Blow

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who suffered a blow on his forearm during his innings against Australia on Saturday, has been cleared of serious injury and is expected to take the field for his side's next game on Friday.
1 March 2015