WI vs NZ

2022 Women's World Cup: West Indies pull off thriller to stun New Zealand by three runs in opener

Needing six runs in the final over, New Zealand lost three wickets in four balls to get all out for 256 in 49.5 overs with pace bowling allrounder Dottin returning with splendid figures of 0.5-0-2-2.

published on : 4th March 2022

Ross Taylor pays tribute to Martin Crowe as record-equalling ton rocks West Indies

Taylor, 33, whose first century was also at Seddon Park against England in 2008, said before the Test that Crowe wanted him to break his record.

published on : 11th December 2017

West Indies in trouble after Ross Taylor record helps Kiwis to set monumental target

New Zealand declared their second innings at 291 for eight, with Taylor 107 not out, and then took two top-order wickets by stumps.

published on : 11th December 2017

Ross Taylor hits 17th ton against West Indies to equal New Zealand record for most centuries

It took the 33-year-old Taylor 83 Tests to get to his 17th century compared to 77 for Martin Crowe and 61 for Kane Williamson.

published on : 11th December 2017

Tim Southee, Trent Boult dominate for New Zealand as West Indies stutter

The new ball pair then took four wickets between them on a benign pitch as the West Indies plummeted to 215 for eight at stumps.

published on : 10th December 2017

Tim Southee strikes after helping New Zealand to 373 against West Indies

Southee featured in a 61-run stand for the 10th wicket with Trent Boult and later removed Kieran Powell without scoring in his first over.

published on : 10th December 2017

West Indies late charge unravels New Zealand on first day of second Test

New Zealand punished some wayward bowling to reach154-1 before an initial slump saw them fall to 189-5.

published on : 9th December 2017

New Zealand reach 173-3 as West Indies claim Kane Williamson, Jeet Raval

Gabriel and Kemar Roach struggled to find a consistent line and length when the ball was new and lacked the hostility to trouble the Kiwis.

published on : 9th December 2017