New Zealand

Martin Guptill Earns Test Recall

New Zealand opening batsman Martin Guptill has made a comeback to the national Test squad for the tour of England.
4 April 2015

Brendon McCullum Wins Sir Richard Hadlee Medal

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has been awarded the country’s highest cricket prize - the Sir Richard Hadlee medal for an incredible 2014-15 season.
3 April 2015

McCullum Vital For New Zealand's Success - Stephen Fleming

Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming has stated that Brendon McCullum’s inspirational captaincy is vital for his side’s fortunes and hoped that the latter will not retire in the near future.
3 April 2015

Kyle Mills Quits International Cricket

New Zealand pacer Kyle Mills has announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect.
1 April 2015

Daniel Vettori Retires From International Cricket

New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori has announced his retirement from international cricket on his team’s return from the World Cup.
31 March 2015

Hot Spot - World Cup Final Review - Cricket World TV

John Pennington in the UK and Chetan Narula in Melbourne link up to review the final of the Cricket World Cup 2015, where Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets to become five-time champions.
30 March 2015

Brendon McCullum Unfazed About Send-Offs

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum seemed unaffected by the talk regarding the verbal send-offs given to his team’s batsmen by Australian players during the World Cup final on Sunday.
30 March 2015

Follow Through - Dominant Australia Take Fifth World Cup At Home

A day of high anticipation ended in anti-climax as Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets to win the 2015 One-Day International World Cup.
29 March 2015

Brendon McCullum Proud Of New Zealand's World Cup Campaign

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum appeared a proud man after the World Cup final despite his side's seven-wicket loss to Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
29 March 2015

Farokh Engineer: Australia Were Phenomenal

Farokh Engineer said after the semi-finals that Australia were playing like champions and they backed that up by beating New Zealand in the World Cup final. Congratulations to them, he now adds.
29 March 2015

Australia Win The World Cup Rediscovering Their Invincible Streak

A sparkling all-round performance from Australia gave Michael Calrke a fitting farewell, by winning the ICC One-Day International Cricket World Cup 2015, defeating New Zealand by seven wickets at the MCG.
29 March 2015

Farokh Engineer: World Cup Final Will Be A Humdinger

The two best teams in the competition have made it through to the final but only a brave man or a daft man would pick a winner between the two, reckons Farokh Engineer.
28 March 2015

New Zealand Remain Unchanged For World Cup Final

New Zealand team management have decided to field an unchanged line-up for the side's World Cup final in Melbourne on Sunday against Australia.
28 March 2015

Mr Predictor - World Cup Final Predictions

With just one game of the Cricket World Cup 2015 remaining, John Pennington and Alastair Symondson make their predictions ahead of the final between Australia and New Zealand.
27 March 2015

India To Beat Australia, But Only Just - Farokh Engineer

Farokh Engineer tells us at the Kia Oval that he thinks India will beat Australia by "a narrow margin" in the second World Cup semi-final, although New Zealand remain the team to beat overall.
25 March 2015

Cricket Betting: New Zealand Cut For World Cup

Bookmakers Paddy Power have responded to New Zealand's thrilling four-wicket win over South Africa in the World Cup semi-final by trimming their tournament odds to 6/5 from 7/2.
24 March 2015

Rewind To...When Sachin Tendulkar Got The World Cup Semi-Finalists Spot On

Watch this clip from November 2014 when Sachin Tendulkar correctly predicted that Australia, India, New Zealand and South Africa would make it through to the quarter-finals of the Cricket World Cup.
24 March 2015

Follow Through - New Zealand Canter To Final

South Africa (281 for five in 43 overs) were outdone by four wickets in a keen contested first semi-final of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup, with New Zealand (299 for six in 42.5 overs) winning with one-ball to spare.
24 March 2015

Elliott Plays Ice-Man As New Zealand Thwart South Africa

Grant Elliott played the innings of this World Cup to ensure New Zealand broke their semi-final jinx with a four-wicket win over South Africa at Eden Park, Auckland, the win coming off the penultimate ball.
24 March 2015

Peter Fulton Tips Matt Henry To Perform In World Cup Semi-Final

Canterbury captain Peter Fulton dismissed speculations that teammate Matt Henry will be under pressure during New Zealand’s World Cup semi-final against South Africa in Auckland on Tuesday.
23 March 2015