Black Caps lose ODI series to West Indies

Black Caps lose ODI series to West Indies

Auckland : New Zealand | Jul 14, 2012 at 3:05 PM PDT
Source: New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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A blistering Ross Taylor century in his comeback match was too little, too late for New Zealand who lost the one-day international cricket series to the West Indies in St Kitts today. Despite Taylor's 110 off 115 balls, New Zealand lost by 24 runs in game four, chasing 265 to win. FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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