Colin Munro (born 11 March 1987 in Durban, South Africa) is a cricketer. He was a member of the New Zealand Under 19 side and is currently a member of the Auckland Aces side.
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Colin Munro...Jason Roy might not be available
Colin munro in Diamond , Chris Lynn in platinum and Hardus viljoen in gold
Pick Mitchell McClenaghan in platinum , Colin munro in diamond and hardous viljoen in gold
Chris Lynn or Colin Munro is a must
Colin munro . Not mustafiz bcz if quetta reaches final and final will be in lahore or somewhere inshaAll…
My picks for in tomorrow:. Platinum: Chris Lynn or Alex Hales. Diamond: Colin Munro. Gold: Fa…
Colin Munro blasts unbeaten century to lead New Zealand to win over India Kiwis no. 1 Australians thugs in pajamas.
I'm guessing Tom playing where CdG should be and CdG playing where Tom is and Colin Munro playing where CdG was?? Yeah I'm confused too.
need played colin Munro or Henry nicholiw
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Colin Munro injured or just not selected?
Great effort by Yuvraj as Colin Munro is run out for 16, 53/2
please get one. Like Colin but for longer than a day
NZ have 2 batsmen who average nearly 50 with the bat at first class level - Colin Munro & Bharat Popli - not in test squad - why?
Mitchell McClenaghan, Adam Milne, Colin Munro and George Worker were all unavailable for selection due to injury.
Ish Sodhi and Colin Munro. have returned to New. Zealand central-contract. 2016-17, while Grant Elliott. dropped off
Kuldeep Yadav and Colin Munro replaces Morne Morkel and Piyush Chawla for and Kane Williamson replaces Eoin Morgan for
Which is a better option Jason Holder or Colin Munro?
IPL2016:5 players on the bench who could be superstars in other teams~. >Corey Anderson. >Colin Munro. >Jason Holder. >Travis Head. >Irfan Pathan
Yusuf Pathan coming in ahead of Colin Munro. The worlds surely ending!!!
Suryakumar Yadav should have been sent before Yusuf Pathan and Colin Munro. Nevertheless it's good target to defend.
Colin Munro will be exposed this ipl - very average in all 3 disciplines
No mention of Narine throughout the KKR preview but they mention David Hasselhoff, Colin Munro and Jacques Kallis
Vic Marks "Here comes Colin Munro. I don't think he is someone we will ever see play a Test Match"
Live! New Zealand: 97/4 in 14 overs vs AustraliaNew Zealand lose Colin Munro at a crucial time in the...
Colin Munro scored fastest fifty for NZ . Jason Holder is an improving all rounder and John Hastings.
Colin Munro and John Hastings are good additions, Jaydev Unadkat is not...
John Hastings and Colin Munro are gonna be joining the squad.
Dinesh karthik for 2.3 crore &dhawal kulkarni for 2 crore to gujarat,Colin Munro to kolkata for 30 lacs.
Colin Munro broke the record for fastest T20I fifty for New Zealand, 20 minutes after Martin Guptill had set it,...
Some high praise for our man We are all wishing him the best back in the mix! ^BM
Easily the party spot in Europe, possibly the world. Estonia 1 - Munro 0. I'm done, off to Poland
Cricket: Numbers say it all as Munro gets another chance: With Colin Munro, the numbers talk, and that's why h...
If ever there was a block bash batsman it's Colin Munro. Though when he does bash it he doesn't hold back . Aces 83/2 after 15
IPL team-mates Colin Munro and Ben Hilfenhaus have quick reunion when Rapids face Outlaws in 2moro's T20 Blast clash at New Road (2.30pm).
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Should MI Play Colin Munro an extra batsman against Strong bowling line up of KKR
Should MI make changes in the batting order lineup to keep up the winning streak and play Colin Munro
should MI play Colin Munro but who should he replaced by
former home to John Parker , the Glenn Turner , Colin Munro , Lou Vincent Dipak Patel. Kiwi Central.
Colin Munro will introduce the new strategic framework of IPPF for 2016-2022
Colin Munro's side, Mumbai Indians, down to sixth spot in the Indian Premier League and facing battle to qualify for knockout stages
This is what the government would look like if everyone's vote was fairly proportioned to seats available...
Hope doesn't play Corey tomorrow. Terrible player against Spin. Colin Munro is better option if a batsman is picked instead of Malinga.
shoud colin munro replace lendl simmons in MI squad coz he had is a good hitter batsman?
is it true that 2 new players Colin Munro n Ben Hilfenhaus are been added to team
Neil Wagner bowling more short stuff to Colin Munro. Leg slip in and a short leg.
David Cameron was dealt a hammer-blow on first day in Scotland as Colin Munro insists negotiations will take place on currency union.
David Cameron dealt a blow on first day of Scotland trip as Colin Munro insists negotiations would take place on currency union
Moving Out After graduation, Glee is going to New York, maybe for good: At the Television Critics Association panel this week, Fox Programming President Kevin Reilly confirmed the big shift will take place after the 100th episode, and will likely stay in effect through Season 6. “We’re not going to be in Ohio for more than a few [episodes],” said Reilly. We know at least some Gleeks (Blaine, Sam, Artie) have clear-cut New York transitions to make, while others might make their departure from the show or find unique ways to stay involved. ”Creatively, it would be ridiculous if everybody moved to New York, so there’s going to be some who are going to graduate and move on,” said Reilly. Thankfully, we can expect Sue Sylvester to still be a big part of the show, whether that’s in Lima or the Big Apple. Reilly also confirmed what many suspected: next season will be the show’s final one. Lea Gets Louder Lea Michele has slowly been sharing more from her upcoming debut pop album, Louder, and the . ...
Kiwis rally late to win by 4 wickets published by ikhan on Tue, 01/14/2014 - 21:24 Wellington, New Zealand - New Zealand came from behind to win the 2nd and final Twenty20 International against the West Indies and take the series 2-0. It was a close match heading into the final stages, after the West Indies made 159/5 from their 20 overs. Denesh Ramdn top scored for the Windies with 55 not out while Andre Fletcher made 40. Both batsmen put on 70 runs for the 5th wicket. New Zealand lost early wickets in their chase. But just like Ramdin and Fletcher, the hosts found a good partnership when they needed one. Ross Taylor and Luke Ronchi combined in a 68 runs stand to put the Kiwis back on track. Taylor hit 39 but Ronchi was the star of the show, blazing an unbeatn 51 from 28 balls as New Zealand won by 4 wickets. The West Indies won the toss in the second and final Twenty20 International and elected t bat first against the Kiwis. There were a few changes around with Mitchell McClenaghan back in the squad in ...
2nd T20I: New Zealand v West Indies at Wellington Colin Munro goes for 5 ...Andre Russell strikes with his first ball of his first over... New Zealand 73/4 (9/20 ov) Ross Taylor 21(19) Corey Anderson 4(5) NZ need 87 runs in 66 balls
And New Zealand have named their ODI squad to play India. Colin Munro not selected, otherwise unchanged from the games.
Huge innings for Colin Munro here. A failure, and Latham will be next cab off the rank
New Zealand have made just one change to their ODI squad for the series against India, with batsman Colin Munro missing out
NZ name ODI squad for India series: A settled team has been named with only Colin Munro released from the squad that played West Indies
check this out. That comparison isn't fair.
I loved That's That more recently - Also, Alice Munro - she's legit, that Nobel Prize group got it right.
Feel quite sad at some news i recieved today. Man i used to work with head of ABC rural radio Colin Munro died (you introduced me nelly may) Wonderful man one of the last old style journalists and a very decent man. He made a difference to peoples lives; those with whom he worked and especially those listeners and friends in the bush. Rip colin.
The Kiwis won the toss and chose to bat, and put on 189 for five in their 20 overs. Brendon McCullum and Ronchi did the bulk of the damage with an 85-runs stand. The Windies were then 108 for eight in their reply, Cricket365.com reports. The hosts got off to a very quickly start as openers Martin Guptill and Jesse Ryder put on 38 runs in less than four overs. But that stand was broken by Tino best, who took Guptill's wicket and then Colin Munro (22) and Corey Anderson (0) too. Nikita Miller was the man to bag Ryder, caught by Johnson Charles, while Ross Taylor was removed cheaply by the spinner too. This left McCullum and Ronchi to blast the score towards invincibility, adding their 85 runs in seven overs. The Windies' chase never got off the ground as they lost regular wickets from the start, and only Andre Fletcher scoring more than 20. Nathan MCullum was the one to do the damage this time, taking four wickets in his four overs. The last wicket fell in the 14th over, with Jimmy Neesham bagging three, bu ...
apparently colin kaepernick will be a new hobbit in the next film: *** Baggins
Tux Tan, huh? Well, Huxley. Scout. Dill :) or Rothschild('s Violin). Munro. Colin Kaepernick... Wispy (love the ears)
For the love of God someone teach Colin Kaepernick how to wear a hat.
Old memories Under-19 World Cup 2005-06 Nepal *** Plate in thriller Nepal 205 for 9 (Regmi 66) beat New Zealand 204 (Astle 66, Regmi 3 for 41) by one wicket Nepal pulled off a thrilling one-wicket win in the Plate final against New Zealand, with two balls to spare after they appeared to be dead and buried at 75 for 6. Basant Regmi was the hero with an incredible allround performance, hitting a sparkling 66 off 74 balls to follow his 3 for 41. However, he wasn't alone in the amazing finish as Ratan Rauniyar showed his batting prowess after Nepal had started the final ten overs needing 70 to win. When Rauniyar carved the winning boundary backward of square it sparked scenes of wild celebrations as all of the Nepal players and staff sprinted on to the field. They had reached the Plate final in 2002 but lost to Zimbabwe; this time they pulled it off ... and in amazing circumstances. Shock results have been like London buses in this tournament: it may have taken 38 matches for the first - when Nepal downed ...
This Colin Munro bloke's not bad, is he?
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Aces are back in action again today in HRV Twenty20, this time down in Christchurch against the Wizards. Aces have added Colin Munro to the 12 that knocked over the Volts on Friday night. Should be a great match-up with the chance of grabbing the top spot back if the Aces win it - c'mon boys!
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Cricket: Sri Lanka bat against New Zealand Sri Lanka's captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and chose to bat in the second one-day international against New Zealand in Hambantota on Tuesday. The first match on Sunday at the same venue was rained off, with the Black Caps on 13-1 off 4.2 overs in reply to the home team's 288-9. Bad weather is also expected to hit Tuesday's match as rain clouds gathered over the southern coastal town. New Zealand: Kyle Mills (capt), Tom Latham, Anton Devcich, Rob Nicol, Grant Elliott, Colin Munro, Luke Ronchi, James Neesham, Nathan McCullum, Adam Milne, Andrew Ellis. Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews (capt), Tillakaratne Dilshan, Dimuth Karunaratne, Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene, Dinesh Chandimal, Lahiru Thirimanne, Nuwan Kulasekara, Lasith Malinga, Rangana Herath, Sachithra Senanayake. Umpires: Bruce Oxenford (AUS) and Ruchira Palliyaguruge (SRI) TV umpire: Raveendra Wimalasiri (SRI) Match referee: Chris Broad (ENG)
Mills: " It is pleasing to end on a high , especially after a tough tour . It is a great opportunity to play here with the T20 World Cup coming up . We have been treated wonderfully well in this country and best of luck to Mushfiqur' s boys for the future . " Munro: " It was a tough tour for us , it is good to end with a win . Mills took over and we just wanted to end on a high and I am very happy. " Colin Munro is the Man of the Match Rahim: "I thought we gave 15 -20 runs extra with the ball. But at the end we lost wickets with the bat and it was always going to be difficult . We lost early wickets but we did well to keep the run rate going. They played good cricket and we didn 't hit the right areas with the ball. Good luck to them for their Sri Lanka tour . The crowd was fantastic, hopefully we will come back in January and do well. " Bangladesh ' s poor record in T20 Is continues as they slump to their 7 th loss in 8 games . Skipper Rahim kept them in the hunt after a flurry of wickets at the start . ...
Ross Taylor made a fine century; Colin Munro played his best innings for New Zealand; Anton Devcich added a bracing contribution at the start. None of that will be remembered as the - New Zealand Herald
In Colin Munro, New Zealand will have one more allrounder in their armory as they look for victory in their one-off Twenty20 against...
Bangladesh handed New Zealand a second consecutive whitewash winning the final match by four wickets on Sunday. The hosts surpassed New Zealand’s 307 losing six wickets with four balls to spare, which was also the second highest successful chase for Bangladesh. The Kiwis had also been mauled by the Tigers 4-0 in a five-ODI series back in 2010. Nasir Hossain’s cool-headed finishing, followed by match winning innings from Shamsur Rahman and Naeem Islam at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah propelled Bangladesh to their seventh consecutive ODI win over the visiting side. Shamsur Rahman, topscored with 96 for the hosts, became the Man of the Match, while skipper of the winning side Mushfiqur Rahim was awarded the Man the Series honour. Winning the toss, Bangladesh asked the visitors to bat first who posted a formidable 307 for five on the back of Ross Taylor and Colin Munro. Taylor, who reached his eighth ODI ton from 91 deliveries with eight fours and three sixes, was unbeaten on 107. Munro (8 ...
Shamsur leads Bangladesh to clean sweep over New Zealand Bangladesh beat New Zealand by four wickets in the third ODI to take the three-match series 3-0 Shamsur Rahman led Bangladesh to a stunning victory over New Zealand on Sunday, chasing down more than 300 to complete a 3-0 sweep of the one-day international series. Shamsur's 96 rocketed the home side to 309-6, steaming past New Zealand's 307 with four balls and four wickets to spare at the packed Khan Shaheb Osman Ali stadium at Fatullah just outside Dhaka. The 25-year-old opener hit seven fours and four sixes in his 107-ball knock as Bangladesh successfully chased down a 300-plus total for only the second time in their playing history. Shamsur, playing only his second one-day international, fell short of what would have been a well- deserved century when his attempted drive off a Corey Anderson delivery became an edge and flew to wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi. Naeem Islam continued to lead the charge after Shamsur's departure before he was run out for 63 ...
Bangladesh chase 308, sweep series 3-0 Bangladesh 309 for 6 (Shamsur 96, Naeem 63, Nasir 44*) beat New Zealand 307 for 5 (Taylor 107*, Munro 85) by four wickets Bangladesh banked on a string of partnerships and two fine knocks by Shamsur Rahman and Naeem Islam, as they swept the ODI series 3-0 after chasing 309 in the final over in Fatullah. The four-wicket win matched the 2010 clean sweep at home, which New Zealand lost 4-0. This was also Bangladesh's second successful chase of a target of 300 or above in ODIs. The home side took full advantage of the new ODI rules that allow only four fielders outside the 30-yard circle during the non Powerplay overs, continually chipping the ball over the infield, and making sure they used the shorter, straight boundaries. New Zealand's 307 for 5 was the highest score at this ground at the innings break, but it wasn't enough in the end. Ross Taylor shored up an inexperienced batting line-up with his eighth hundred, but his efforts went in vain. Mahmudullah and Nasir ad ...
New Zealand set Bangladesh imposing target (AP): Ross Taylor and Colin Munro combine to push New Zealand to 5-307 against Bangladesh in final one-day international. (The West)
Cricket: Taylor ton puts Kiwis in control: Ross Taylor and Colin Munro led New Zealand to 307 for f...
There we have a century from Taylor. He paced his innings well as he played second fiddle to Colin Munro when Munro was going after the bowlers. In the last ten overs he cut loose and got New Zealand to a score that seems a tad too difficult for Bangladesh to overhaul The tactics from Rahim were a bit baffling. He got Ziaur Rahman into the team and he didn't get to bowl a single over. Mominul also wasn't given a bowl. It will take a solid effort from them to chase down this total. It is not beyond them as this listof their scores while chasing tells us. Join us back at13.30 local timefor the Bangladesh innings
Excellent first innings from New Zealand and Mushfiqur Rahim would be ruing his decision to bowl first after winning the toss. The two man dictators on the pitch were Colin Munro and Ross Taylor. Munro initially snitched a crucial stand with Taylor to consolidate in the middle with an array of innovative shots while Taylor then made use of the platform to get the license for the big shots with a quickly-paced stand with Luke Ronchi.(who hardly had to contribute much to the partnership).
OUT! Riyad gets his 2nd as Colin Munro goes for the reverse sweep but finds the Mushfiqur who takes the catch for 85. NZ 232/4 after 44.
And a wicket - Colin Munro is caught by Mushfiqur from Mahmudullah for 85 from 77 balls, a fine innings that. 231-4, Anderson next in ^RI
Fantastic knock from Colin Munro. Deserves a ton!
I feel Colin Munro has been motivated by Rohit Sharma's masterly innings yesterday!
This is the most crucial partnership has been made between Ross Taylor and Colin Munro that urgently need to be...
Deep down I reckon Colin Munro is actually a right handed batsman
Nothing better than seeing Colin Munro smashing the ball all over... Fab example of taking the chances you are offered!!! Great work Mr M! Tehere Munro will be pleased!!!
Colin Munro scores his 2nd ODI fifty. The knock has included 2 fours and 2 massive sixes. It has come from 53 balls.
Nz 132/3 over:29 taylor 16 and colin munro 20 are batting
Bangladesh will play a cricket, ‘positive’ and ‘aggressive’ cricket to seal the one- day international series by winning the second match on Thursday, according to Bangladesh vice-captain Mahmudullah Riyad. Bangladesh are one up in the three-ODI series picking up a 43-run D/L win against visiting New Zealand in the first match on Tuesday. “They will try their best to come back. So, we will play a cricket that is positive and aggressive,” Riyad said after a practice session at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Wednesday. Though the visiting side have lost the last five ODIs to the hosts and their two current tour’s Tests were not that much dominating, Riyad continued in a combative mood, “They are an excellent side. We’ve to play our best to defeat them. Corey Anderson, Grant Elliott are playing well.” Both sides put up fights in their two- match Test series, which was also troubled by rain in Chittagong and Dhaka. The middle order batsman went on to tell about the wicket in ...
Team news Williamson's thumb injury is a big blow for New Zealand as he was their best batsman on the tour. Luke Ronchi is slated to replace Williamson, but will only reach Bangladesh before the final ODI, so the team management will have to pick between Colin Munro and Tom Latham in the second. Brendon McCullum has talked about rotating his bowlers, so Adam Milne or Kyle Mills could feature in place of Mitchell McClenaghan.
Devcich has hopped off the field as he is cramping up, Colin Munro on as a substitute
Joshwin: "Colin Munro & Adam Milne should be playing these matched. They are the future of NZ cricket. They need to gain experience. The NZ squad looks very strong though. With the right squad rotation and player management, they should become a Limited Overs force"
NZ look to avoid horrors of 2010 New Zealand will be seeking to avenge a humiliating loss to Bangladesh three years ago when the one-day international series against the hosts starts in Dhaka on Tuesday. New Zealand were stunned in 2010 when they went down 4-0 to a young Bangladeshi side, a drubbing that sparked repercussions back home with several team officials forced to quit. New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum insisted on Monday that the current side has learnt the lessons from that defeat. "We certainly haven't forgotten it, 4-0 was a very one-sided contest which Bangladesh thoroughly deserved to win," McCullum said ahead of the first ODI. "We played some bad shots, we weren't prepared for the series and we have tried to plan against that by having guys prepare a lot better. "From our point of view we want to carve out our own performances, and it would be great for us to turn the tables from what happened the last time," he said. New Zealand were frustrated in the justfinished Test series, with bot ...
Drawn Tests give ODIs more context : New Zealand will be out to take revenge for their 0-4 embarrassment in 2010. Bangladesh, like they have been since the 4-0 win, will once again be out to prove that they are indeed making steady progress. Their improvement is marked in the ODI format, more than in Tests or Twenty20s, but the visitors too have been in good form over the last 12 months. New Zealand have won two of their last four bilateral series, against South Africa and England. They are, however, without Martin Guptill due to an ankle injury, and have to put together a new opening partnership. Hamish Rutherford could open with newcomer Anton Devcich, as captain Brendon McCullum has preferred batting at No. 5 or 6 in the recent past. Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor are batsmen in form while there are plenty of allrounders in the line-up to be used at different occasions. Grant Elliott, Corey Anderson, James Neesham and Colin Munro are all options that are available to McCullum, alongside his brother Na ...
Corey Anderson, Rutherford, McLenaghan, Tom Latham, Colin Munro, Bruce Martin have been included fr the first time in the contract list
Corey Anderson, Tom Latham, Bruce Martin, Mitchell McClenaghan, Colin Munro and Hamish Rutherford are offered contracts for the first time
Australia vs New Zealand, Edgbaston New Zealand (possible) 1 Martin Guptill, 2 Luke Ronchi (wk), 3 Kane Williamson, 4 Ross Taylor, 5 James Franklin, 6 Brendon McCullum (capt), 7 Colin Munro / Grant Elliott, 8 Nathan McCullum, 9 Tim Southee, 10 Kyle Mills, 11 Mitchell McClenaghan. Australia (possible) 1 Shane Watson, 2 David Warner, 3 Phillip Hughes, 4 George Bailey (capt), 5 Adam Voges, 6 Mitchell Marsh / Glenn Maxwell, 7 Matthew Wade (wk), 8 James Faulkner, 9 Mitchell Johnson, 10 Mitchell Starc / Xavier Doherty, 11 Clint McKay. This is another Do or Die match. If Australia lose there chances of making it is very slim. But if they win, they will be back in the mix. For New Zealand, winning will put them in a good position and they should qualify if they win. Daniel Vettori and Micheal Clarke will not play in this game. Both teams will try and win the trans-tasman game!
Right, an admirable chase from New Zealand, but some things it needs to sort out before the Champions Trophy: 1. Finding a fifth bowler. James Franklin, Kane Williamson and Colin Munro do not equal a fifth bowler. Williamson is a sixth bowling option, Franklin ideally should not be bowling, and Munro should not be seen without ten metres of a bowling crease. 2. Finding an opening batsman. Still can’t understand why Luke Ronchi was selected in the first place, and he’s been shown to be hopelessly out of his depth at this level. If BJ Watling can’t recover in time, we are effectively one down before we walk out to bat. 3. Not playing Colin Munro. Munro’s footwork makes Mathew Sinclair look like a majestic Martin Crowe. An embarrassment at this level. Grant Elliott is not a fashionable choice, but he knows his game, scores runs and rotates the strike. 4. Bowling Yorkers. What happened to our death bowling? Not so long ago Tim Southee was the best death bowler in the world. Maybe he’s struggling to ...
2013 Champions Trophy: Meet the teams New Zealand Champions in 2000, the Black Caps are also the dark horses in a group, where the other three teams are superior, at least on paper. Luke Ronchi should have an interesting time, if he gets to play against his previous employers- Australia on June 12. Some of the names in this team, have the skill and talent to match the best in the world. But what matters is what they register under the ‘matchs won’ column in the points table. Squad: Brendon McCullum (captain), Trent Boult, Doug Bracewell, Grant Elliott, James Franklin, Martin Guptill, Mitchell McClenaghan, Nathan McCullum, Kyle Mills, Colin Munro, Luke Ronchi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor, Daniel Vettori, Kane Williamson.
Alistair Cook said he would also have bowled first. Trent Boult and Colin Munro miss out for the
Well Its under 3 hours untill the 2nd ANZ Twenty /20 match starts at seddon park , Hamilton The weather is sunny and predicted to be around 23 degrees at the start of the game Team news Allrounder Grant Elliott and seamer Ian Butler are back in the New Zealand 13 after minor injuries ruled them out at Eden Park. Jimmy Neesham has been omitted from the New Zealand squad. New Zealand (probable) 1 Hamish Rutherford, 2 Martin Guptill, 3 Brendon McCullum (capt & wk), 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Grant Elliott, 6 Colin Munro, 7 James Franklin, 8 Nathan McCullum, 9 Ian Butler, 10 Trent Boult, 11 Mitchell McClenaghan England have a doubt over Eoin Morgan (strained back) and if he is unfit Joe Root is expected to deputise. Root has had an introduction to international cricket, in all three formats, more successful than he could ever have imagined, but Morgan is England's gun batsman in T20 cricket and he would be sorely missed. England (probable) 1 Alex Hales, 2 Michael Lumb, 3 Luke Wright, 4 Eoin Morgan, 6 Jonny Bairstow, 6 ...
Wicket, Franklin ct behind off Broad in the 15th, 127/5. Nathan McCullum comes in to join Colin Munro, who's 28* off 18.
NZ name their side for the england series .. No Mcculum Taylor is back but isnt the captain sumone names Ellis is the skipper now and Luke Ronchi frm western Australia has been named to play for New Zealand !! :D Andrew Ellis (captain), Anton Devcich, Colin Munro, Hamish Rutherford, Ian Butler, Jimmy Neesham, Luke Ronchi, Matthew Henry, Michael Bates, Neil Broom, Neil Wagner, Nick Beard, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham.
Team news from the 2nd ODI in Kimberley Farhaan Behardien is in for the suspended AB de Villiers, David Miller is in for Hashim Amla who strained his thigh in yesterday's practice session, the final change is Morne Morkel in for Dale Steyn. Quinton de Kock will open the batting with Graeme Smith. For New Zealand, Colin Munro is In for Rob Nichol. SA won the toss and are fielding first.
I hear young Colin Munro might be getting his ODI debut tomorrow. :)
Tea, Day 2 in Port Elizabeth. South Africa are 7/505 after winning the toss. Amla and du Plessis have topcored so far with 110 and 137 respectively, but Dean Elgar is hot on their heels, still at the crease on 91. Joining him is Steyn on 4. For New Zealand, Colin Munro has taken 2/40, whilst BJ Watling has taken three catches from behind the wickets. Will SA declare now, or bat it out?
KLEINVELDT BOWLS SA TO VICTORY Rory Kleinveldt's three-wicket haul helped South Africa to an eight-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 international against New Zealand at Kingsmead in Durban on Friday. The fast bowler claimed three for 18 and was assisted by double wicket hauls from Dale Steyn (2-13), debutant Chris Morris (2-19) and Robin Peterson, whose two for eight were the most economical figures ever in T20 cricket by a Proteas bowler. The Black Caps rolled over for a paltry 86 in 18.2 overs -- Colin Munro top-scoring with 23 off 18 -- before the hosts then eased to the victory target with 47 balls to spare. New captain Faf du Plessis struck an unbeaten 38 off 32, while debutant Quinton de Kock ended with a handy 28 off 23 balls to guide the Proteas to a 1-0 series lead. There were seven debutants named between the two sides with Henry Davids, wicketkeeper De Kock and Morris starting for the first time in the green and gold. New Zealand included newcomers Corey Anderson, Jimmy Neesham, Colin Munro ...
Host of debuts for new-look teams South Africa will begin their home season in the field after New Zealand decided to bat first in the opening Twenty20 at Kingsmead. Both sides included a number of new or recalled faces as they start afresh after disappointing World Twenty20 campaigns earlier in the season. Between the two teams there are seven players earning Twenty20 debuts. For New Zealand batsman Colin Munro, allrounders Corey Anderson and Jimmy Neesham and paceman Mitchell McClenaghan, who took three wickets in the warm-up match, get their first caps. South Africa have included Henry Davids to open, Quinton de Kock to keep wicket and the quick bowler Chris Morris. Faf du Plessis is captaining South Africa after AB de Villiers withdrew from the series in order to rest and has a strong hand of quick bowlers available with Dale Steyn, Rory Kleinveldt and Ryan McLaren alongside Morris. New Zealand enter this tour in something verging on disarray following the poorly handled demotion of Ross Taylor in fav ...
Not the best start for Chris Morris' bowling debut. Fellow debutant Colin Munro smokes him for two boundaries. NZ 27/3 after 6 overs.
New Zealand drop Kruger van Wyk ESPNcricinfo staff December 7, 2012 Comments: 27 | Post yours as Gliston Guetta | Text size: A | A BJ Watling will take the gloves for the Test series © Associated Press Enlarge Related Links News : McCullum takes over as New Zealand captain News : Split leadership would be 'confusing' - Taylor Players/Officials: Corey Anderson | Dean Brownlie | Derek de Boorder | Peter Fulton | Mitchell McClenaghan | Bruce Martin | Colin Munro | Jimmy Neesham | Kruger van Wyk | BJ Watling Series/Tournaments: New Zealand tour of South Africa Teams: New Zealand New Zealand's change of captaincy has overshadowed a number of changes in their Test squad for the upcoming tour of South Africa, with the wicketkeeper Kruger van Wyk, the legspinner Todd Astle and the batsman Rob Nicol all left out after being part of the group that toured Sri Lanka. A 15-man squad has been named, with the other change the absence of Ross Taylor, who has decided to take a break from cricket following the captai ...
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