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New Zealand vs West Indies

New Zealand beats Windies in 3rd ODI, clinches series 2-1

Tom Latham scored 69 and put on 120 for the fourth wicket with Daryl Mitchell (63) in a stand which paced the run chase and carried New Zealand in sight of victory.

published on : 22nd August 2022

Southee, Boult demolish Windies order as New Zealand level ODI series

Southee's final figures were four for 19 while Boult’s six-over spell at the start of the innings earned him three for 18.

published on : 20th August 2022

Shamarh Brooks powers West Indies to five-wicket win over New Zealand

Not only did the result mark New Zealand's first ODI loss of the year but it also ended the Caribbean team's abysmal run of nine consecutive losses in the 50 overs-per-side format.

published on : 18th August 2022

New Zealand's tour of West Indies: Kane Williamson and Trent Boult return for three ODIs, T20Is

Batters Tom Latham and Devon Conway and fast bowlers Trent Boult and Tim Southee also will rejoin the team after returning home.

published on : 25th July 2022

New Zealand wicketkeeper Tom Blundell retains spot for next Windies Test

Blundell scored an unbeaten 107 in his maiden Test innings to set New Zealand up for an innings and 67-run victory in the first Test in Wellington.

published on : 5th December 2017

New Zealand Vs West Indies first Test: Visitors' batting crumbles again to hand Kiwis innings win

From 231-2, the Windies batting could add only 88 runs more. Opener Kraigg Brathwaite top scored with a 91-run knock.

published on : 4th December 2017

New Zealand Vs West Indies first Test: Brathwaite, Hetmyer take visitors to 214-2 at stumps on day three

The tourists began their second innings 386 runs behind New Zealand, which declared its first innings at 520-9, and finished in a better position but still 172 runs behind.

published on : 3rd December 2017

New Zealand Vs West Indies first Test: Visitors reach 107-1 at tea on day three

New Zealand led by 386 runs when skipper Kane Williamson declared its first innings at 520-9 in reply to the West Indies' paltry 134.

published on : 3rd December 2017