New Zealand

Aaron Finch Warns Australia Of 'Brutal' McCullum

Australian opening batsman, Aaron Finch, said on Monday that he is aware of the possible threat from Brendon McCullum when his side lock horns with New Zealand in Auckland on Saturday.
23 February 2015

Week In Review - Off The Blocks

With a fixture-list drawn to please television schedules, the 2015 One-Day International World Cup got off to a quick start in its first week of competition.
23 February 2015

Almost the Perfect Performance - Tim Southee

Reflecting on an amazing win against England in the World Cup Pool-A game, man-of-the-match Tim Southee hailed the performance of his team as “almost perfect”.
20 February 2015

New Zealand Women Bounce Back

New Zealand Women quickly bounced back from a mauling in the first Twenty20 International to beat England Women by six wickets in the second match in Whangerai.
20 February 2015

England Uprooted By Southee And McCullum Tornadoes

England were demolished at Wellington as Tim Southee registered New Zealand’s best One-Day International bowling figures and Brendon McCullum scored the fastest World Cup half-century.
20 February 2015

New Zealand Hit New Low In T20 Opener

England Women dismissed New Zealand Women for just 60 runs before wrapping up an eight-wicket win in the first Twenty20 International in Whangerai.
19 February 2015

England, New Zealand Prepare For Battle Of The Bubbles

England and New Zealand meet in a World Cup clash in Wellington on Friday 20th February and on the eve of the game, an alternative match - the battle of the bubbles - will also be taking place.
18 February 2015

Mommsen Proud Of Scotland's Performance Against New Zealand

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen said on Tuesday that he was impressed with the fight his team showed against New Zealand defending a low-score of 142 in Dunedin during their World Cup fixture.
17 February 2015

Trent Boult Admits Scotland Scare Despite Win

After registering a nervous win against Scotland at Dunedin earlier today, New Zealand pacer Trent Boult admitted that his team made a heavy weather of the small target by losing too many wickets towards the end.
17 February 2015

New Zealand Scratch Through For An Unconvincing Win

Kane Williamson top scored for New Zealand as they made heavy weather of a low total, eventually winning by three wickets chasing down 142 against Scotland in their World Cup Pool A game in Dunedin.
17 February 2015

New Zealand Claim Vital Win

New Zealand Women beat England Women by nine wickets in the third One-Day International in Mount Maunganui to claim two important ICC Women's Championship points and take a 2-1 series lead.
15 February 2015

New Zealand Steamroll Sri Lanka In World Cup Opener

Corey Anderson blitzed with the bat and Daniel Vettori tightened the screws with the ball as New Zealand steamrolled a hapless Sri Lankan side in the tournament opener at Christchurch.
14 February 2015

2015 ODI World Cup Preview - An Open Tournament

Almost by right, a World Cup ought to have a team deemed clear favourites to lift the trophy. In 2011, co-hosts India and Sri Lanka were the anointed ones, and they did meet in the final, with the former clinching their second title. In both 2003 and 2007, Australia were the obvious choice and they didn’t disappoint.
13 February 2015

England Women Hit Back With 90-Run Win

England Women bounced back from defeat in the opening match to beat New Zealand Women by 90 runs in the second One-Day International at Mount Maunganui's Bay Oval.
13 February 2015

The Most Open World Cup Since 1992?

With the World Cup now almost upon us, all the cricket pundits, analysts and the Cricket World team are telling us who they think will win the coveted trophy. Prithvijit Roy gives us his predictions in more detail.
11 February 2015

Suzie Bates Punishes England In Opener

New Zealand Women's captain Suzie Bates took advantage of being dropped early in her innings to score a match-winning century in the first One-Day International against England Women in Mount Maunganui.
11 February 2015

All-Round New Zealand Crush South Africa by 134 Runs

New Zealand put up a clinical performance to inflict a 134-run defeat on tournament favorites South Africa in the World Cup warm-up game at Hagley Oval, Christchurch.
11 February 2015

New Zealand Struggle Against Zimbabwe Before Rain Abandons Play

A spirited bowling performance from Zimbabwe restricted New Zealand to 157 for seven before rain played spoilsport in the World Cup warm-up game at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln.
9 February 2015

Brendon McCullum Confident Of Success In The World Cup

New Zealand might have never clinched a World Cup title so far, but their skipper, Brendon McCullum believes his team can get past the line this time around.
7 February 2015

New Zealand - Peaking At The Right Time

Proud owners of one of the best World Cup jerseys, sizzling hot on the field with their dives and athleticism and a name etched out for always punching above their weight, New Zealand are co-hosts of the 2015 World Cup.
4 February 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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