New Zealand

Rain Ruins Opening One-Day International

The first One-Day International between Sri Lanka and New Zealand in Hambantota was abandoned due to rain shortly after New Zealand began their innings.
10 November 2013

New Zealand Win High-Scoring Twenty20

New Zealand left it until the final game of their tour of Bangladesh to claim their first victory, winning a high-scoring one-off Twenty20 International by 15 runs.
6 November 2013

Impressive Bangladesh Take Series 3-0

Bangladesh sealed a 3-0 One-Day International series win over New Zealand by chasing down 309 to win the final match in Fatullah by four wickets.
3 November 2013

Mills To Lead New Zealand In Sri Lanka

With Ross Taylor, Brendon McCullum and now Kane Williamson unavailable, Kyle Mills will captain New Zealand when they tour Sri Lanka later this month.
1 November 2013

Bangladesh Seal Series With 40-Run Win

Bangladesh clinched victory in their One-Day International series against New Zealand with a game to spare after a 40-run win in the second match in Dhaka.
31 October 2013

Thumb Fracture Sidelines Williamson

New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has been ruled out of the remainder of the tour of Bangladesh and the Sri Lanka tour that follows due to a fractured thumb.
30 October 2013

Bangladesh Preserve Winning Streak

Bangladesh maintained their record of not having lost a One-Day International against New Zealand since 2010 with a 43-run win in Dhaka.
29 October 2013

Jesse Ryder Scores Comeback Century

New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder has made a remarkable comeback from a seven-month absence from the game with a first-class century for Otago.
28 October 2013

McCullum, Taylor Heading Home Early

Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor have been withdrawn from the limited overs tour of Sri Lanka in order to return home and prepare for home Test series against India and the West Indies.
25 October 2013

Second Test, Series Drawn Thanks To Rain

Rain prevented any play on the final day of the second and final Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand in Dhaka meaning both the match and the series was drawn.
25 October 2013

Bangladesh Lead Going Into Final Day

On the back of a second Mominul Haque century in as many matches, Bangladesh will take a 114-run lead over New Zealand into the final day of the second and final Test in Dhaka.
24 October 2013

Anderson Century As New Zealand Build Lead

Corey Anderson scored his maiden Test century to help New Zealand close day three of the second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka with a lead of 137 runs.
23 October 2013

Sciver Hat-Trick Puts England Into The Final

Natalie Sciver took a hat-trick to help England Women beat New Zealand Women by 19 runs and book their place in the final of the Twenty20 International tri-series in Barbados.
23 October 2013

Rain Curtails New Zealand Charge

New Zealand enjoyed the better of a heavily curtailed second day of the second and final Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
22 October 2013

Tamim Shines Before New Zealand Hit Back

Tamim Iqbal hit a stroke-filled 95 on the opening day of the second Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand before rain prevented any play after tea.
21 October 2013

New Zealand Rediscover Winning Feeling

New Zealand Women won their first game of the Twenty20 International tri-series in Barbados when they held on to beat the West Indies Women by nine runs.
21 October 2013

Edwards Anchors Successful England Run Chase

Charlotte Edwards anchored England Women's potentially tricky run chase of 110 as they subjected New Zealand Women to a second successive defeat in the tri-series in Barbados.
17 October 2013

West Indies Open Tri-Series With Win

Deandra Dottin scored a half-century and Anisa Mohammed took five wickets as the West Indies beat New Zealand by 23 runs in the opening game of the Women's Twenty20 International tri-series in Bridgetown.
15 October 2013

Gazi Hat-Trick Before Opening Test Drawn

Sohag Gazi followed up his maiden century with a hat-trick on the final day of the first Test in Chittagong before Bangladesh and New Zealand played out a draw.
13 October 2013

Gazi Hits Ton, New Zealand Hit Back

Bangladesh all-rounder Sohag Gazi emulated Mominul Haque by scoring a maiden Test century on day four of the first Test against New Zealand in Chittagong but New Zealand closed 85 runs ahead.
12 October 2013


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