For scoring his career best figure of unbeaten 146 and also picking a three-wicket haul in the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Auckland, Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
6 February 2017
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
Canterbury and New Zealand's Dean Brownlie bats with the GM Icon F2 DXM and wears Original L.E batting gloves and pads.
26 March 2014
Prior to the fourth day of this Test, Dale Steyn had offered the view that if South Africa could pick up one wicket with the old ball, he would be able to finish New Zealand with off with the new one in short order. Jacques Kallis duly obliged by removing Dean Brownlie and Steyn delivered on his promise as South Africa dismissed New Zealand for 211 to complete an innings-and-193-run victory and with it the most comprehensive of 2-0 series wins.
14 January 2013
When the end finally came it was a fitting one. What must rank as one of the most disastrous Test matches in New Zealand's history was brought to its conclusion by a tail-end collapse of five for 23 which culminated in the farcical run-out of Chris Martin for a duck, without having faced a ball. Dean Brownlie and BJ Watling had resisted admirably for much of the first session and after almost two hours of determined batting, New Zealand must have dared to dream of a great escape.
4 January 2013
New Zealand have been dealt a blow ahead of their tour of India after Daniel Vettori was ruled out of the Test leg with a groin injury. He has been replaced in the squad by Jeetan Patel, while fellow spinner Tarun Nethula retains his place. The other change from the squad that toured the West Indies is the axing of batsman Dean Brownlie in favour of all-rounder James Franklin.
7 August 2012
New Zealand have recalled batsman Daniel Flynn and all-rounder Dean Brownlie to their 14-man squad for the third and final Test against South Africa, which gets underway in Wellington on 23rd March. The pair replace Rob Nicol and Brent Arnel, who both featured in New Zealand's nine-wicket defeat in the second Test which leaves them having to win the final game to tie the three-match series.
19 March 2012
New Zealand batsman Dean Brownlie is likely to miss the rest of the limited-overs matches against Zimbabwe with a fractured finger. The 27 year-old made his debut in the first match of the series in Dunedin, but injured his hand while fielding in the second match.
7 February 2012
New Zealand have included seven players yet to play One-Day International cricket in their 30-man preliminary World Cup squad. Brent Arnel, Doug Bracewell, Dean Brownlie, Adam Milne, Rob Nicol, Luke Woodcock and Reece Young are the uncapped players who have earnt recognition on the back of strong performances in domestic cricket.
22 December 2010
New Zealand have named a 14-man Twenty20 International squad as well as a 13-man Test squad ahead of upcoming series with Pakistan. Three uncapped players - Dean Brownlie, Adam Milne and Luke Woodcock are included in the Twenty20 squad which will be captained by Ross Taylor with Daniel Vettori rested.
22 December 2010