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West Indies batsman Darren Bravo is defying New Zealand's push for victory in the first cricket test, notching his fifth test century just before lunch on day four in Dunedin. The left-hander raised three figures with a fine sweep off legspinner Ish
24 Wellington: West Indies were struggling to save the first test against New Zealand after lurching to 37 for one in their second innings, still 359 runs from making the hosts bat again, at tea on the third day in Dunedin on Thursday.
It all seems elementary for New Zealand in the first test against West Indies after another day of dominance in Dunedin, highlighted by Ross Taylor's imperious 217 not out...Winning test matches hasn't been so easy this past year, and a flattening
Brendon McCullum's breakthrough innings was brought to an end shortly after he and Ross Taylor broke the New Zealand fourth wicket partnership against the West Indies this morning. McCullum was bowled by Darren Sammy for 113 ending the 195-run stand
Brendon McCullum's test century drought burst in spectacular style in the Dunedin sun as New Zealand took control of the first cricket test against West Indies. McCullum raised three figures off 101 balls in a savage final session assault from he and
The Black Caps pace bowlers who almost led the team to a series win over England at home last summer, now want to make a match-winning statement. Led by Tim Southee and ably assisted by Trent Boult and Neil Wagner, the talented pace trio are champing
Ottis Gibson , the West Indies coach, is optimistic that Shane Shillingford and Marlon Samuels will receive positive news on their bowling actions following tests conducted in Perth, but it is not yet certain whether Shillingford will play in the
West Indies skipper Darren Sammy has said that New Zealand`s significantly cooler weather and its less hectic cricket environment will provide a challenge and some respite for his side after their tour of India.
New Zealand haven't won a test cricket series since 2008 and haven't won one against a major test-playing nation since 2006. That 2-0 win seven years ago was against the West Indies and the current side are hoping to use the calypso cricketers' visit
Darren Sammy hopes the more laid back environment provided by a tour of New Zealand will help his side recover from the two heavy Test defeats they suffered in India. West Indies could barely be facing more contrasting conditions: the heat and