New Zealand & Chris Gayle

New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Christopher Henry Chris Gayle (born 21 September 1979) is a Jamaican cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies. 5.0/5

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West Indies’ Chris Gayle vows to continue fight on three fronts following defeat to New Zealand at Cricket Wor...
just witnessed Chris Gayle innings albeit on the box in New Zealand. Cream always rises to the top.
West Indies v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Port-of-Spain, 5th day Ramdin slams WI's 'lazy attitude' on final morning ESPNcricinfo staff June 20, 2014 Denesh Ramdin, the West Indies Test captain, has said that his players were lackadaisical and lacked hunger amid stiff resistance by the ninth-wicket pair of BJ Watling and Mark Craig in New Zealand's second innings in the Trinidad Test. Kemar Roach finally broke the partnership at the stroke of lunch on the final day, before Chris Gayle hit the joint second-fastest fifty for West Indies to bring up a ten-wicket win, West Indies' first following five losses and one draw. "It was frustrating, having that lower order come and put some partnership there," Ramdin said. "They created some chances, we did not take them and at the end of the day, I think we were lackadaisical in the field. We were not hungry for the last couple of wickets there. And we came back this morning with a lazy attitude and it could have haunted us. But we came out on the better end in this matc ...
WINDIES LOOK TO EVEN SERIES Superb Taylor gives Windies advantage CMC. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – West Indies are likely to go with a three-pronged pace attack in the second Test against New Zealand which bowls off here Monday, as they seek to rebound from last week's heavy defeat and level the series. The Caribbean side were hammered by 186 runs inside four days in the first Test at Sabina Park in Kingston last Wednesday, and will hunt a victory over the next few days at Queen's Park Oval in order to stay alive in the three-Test rubber. While they fielded two seamers and two spinners in the opening Test, captain Denesh Ramdin hinted on Sunday that they could play the lone spinner as they looked to boost their fast bowler options. “Looking at the pitch, it looks like a little more grass than Jamaica so we may have to make some changes to our spin department,” Ramdin told reporters. “Come tomorrow, [it] depends on how (Shane) Shillingford feels – he has a little niggle – and how (Sulieman) Benn ...
Chris Gayle felicitated by WICB (West Indies Cricket Board) ahead of his 100th Test Match. He was honoured at the WICB-WIPA annual awards on Friday. His 100th test will be at Kensington Oval vs New Zealand which will begin tomorrow (8th June). He will become the 8th West Indian 59th overall to achieve this milestone.
West Indies recalled pacer Jerome Taylor for the first Test against New Zealand in Kingston on June 8. Kemar Roach too was handed a way back into the side with his name featuring in the 13-man list for the first Test of the 3-match series. Denesh Ramdin (capt), Chris Gayle, Kirk Edwards, Darren Bravo, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Marlon Samuels, Kieran Powell, Kraigg Brathwaite, Sulieman Benn, Shannon Gabriel, Kemar Roach, Shane Shillingford, Jerome Taylor.
Lets shout out for New Zealand and Brendon McCullum for the beautiful win against Netherlands. McCullum made a history by making wonderful score 2000 runs and he becomes the first player to hold this massive record. He has scored 600 more than the second highest , Mahela Jayawardene. McCullum's 65 is his 15th fifty-plus score(13 fifties, 2 hundreds), and which is also a record. Chris Gayle is behind him with 12. NETH 151/4 NZ 152/4 New Zealand beat Netherlands by 6 wickets with a 6 balls remaining. Best wishes to NZ. Suwal South Korea
Chris Gayle of West Indies shares a joke with Brendon McCullum and Shane Bond of New Zealand during The ICC T20 World Cup warm up match between Ireland and New Zealand at The Guyana National Stadium Cricket Ground on April 27, 2010 in Providence, Guyana.
Records in the 5th ODI between West Indies and New Zealand in New Zealand # West Indies' marvellous triumph by 203 runs is their biggest win in terms of runs against a Test-playing nation in ODIs - their third overall, next only to the 215-run win vs Netherlands at Delhi on February 28, 2011 and the 208-run victory vs Canada at Kingston on April 13, 2010. # New Zealand's 203-run loss is their second biggest in terms of runs in ODIs behind the 215-run defeat to Australia at St.George's on April 20, 2007. # West Indies (363/4) have recorded their highest ever total in ODIs, eclipsing the 360 for four vs Sri Lanka at Karachi on October 13, 1987. # Bravo is the third West Indian captain to post a century vs New Zealand in New Zealand in ODIs - the first two being Chris Gayle - 135 at Napier on January 13, 2009 and Vivian Richards - 119 at Dunedin on March 19,1987. # Kieran's strike rate of 165.90 is his highest in an innings in ODIs. The said strike rate is the second highest by a West Indian batsman vs New Z ...
Ads Not by This Site List of Test Cricket triple centuries From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Australian Donald Bradman is one of only four players in Test Cricket to have scored 300 or more runs in a single inningson more than one occasion. The others areBrian Lara and Chris Gayle of the West Indies and Virender Sehwag of India. A triple century (an individual score of 300 or more) in Test Cricket has been scored on 26 occasions by 22 different batsmen from seven of the ten Test-cricket playing nations.[1] No player from Bangladesh, New Zealand or Zimbabwe has scored 300, although Martin Crowe of New Zealand was dismissed for 299 in a match against Sri Lanka in 1991.[1] The first Test triple century was achieved by Andy Sandham of England against the West Indies in 1930 in the first Test series hosted in the West Indies.[2] The most recent Test triple century was made by Hashim Amla in the England vs. South Africa test match at the Oval from 19–23 July 2012. The frequency of a batsman scoring a Test ...
'Injured' Chris Gayle ruled out of India, start of New Zealand tour: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle ha...
Samuels named Overall Player of the Year by WICB July 5, 2013 Allrounder Marlon Samuels was voted West Indies' Overall and ODI player of the year for 2012 at an awards function hosted by the WICB and the West Indies Players Association in Trinidad on Thursday. Shivnarine Chanderpaul was recognised as Test Player of the Year. Stefanie Taylor, 22, was adjudged Women's Cricketer of the Year. During the event, WICB president Dave Cameron also presented commemorative gold rings to the 15 players and eight-member management that won the World T20 in Sri Lanka last October. After a Watson-blitz and rain helped Australia get the better of them, and a comprehensive nine-wicket loss to Sri Lanka, West Indies regrouped to steal a thrilling Super-Over victory against New Zealand to book their place in the final four. Chris Gayle powered West Indies past Australia in the semi-final and Marlon Samuels followed a vital half-century against Sri Lanka in the final, during which he clobbered Lasith Malinga for 39 runs in 1 ...
India retain No. 3 spot in the ICC T20 rankings * India managed to retain their third rank among T20 teams, while Virat Kohli has heldon to his sixth spot in the ICC rankings for Twenty20 batsmenissued on Thursday. India placed at third with 119 points in the ICC T20 Championship table is headed by Sri Lanka followed by the reigning World T20 champions West Indies. Sri Lanka are the clear leaders with 131 ratings points, nine ratings points ahead of Darren Sammy'smen. Meanwhile, even the Indian batsmen figuring in top-20 list have also managed to cling on to their respective positions. Star India batsman Kohli has retained 731 points, while Suresh Raina remains at ninth place with 719 points. Other Indians in the list includes Yuvraj Singh (13) and opener Gautam Gambhir at the 17 position. New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum leads the T20batting chart with 794 points, followed by destructive West Indian opener Chris Gayle (792),Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene (768) and Australia's Shane Watson (767). ...
Sri Lankan police were called to break up a late night party in the hotel room of West Indies batsman Chris Gayle at the luxury Cinnamon Grand in Colombo. Gayle and his team-mates Andre Russell, Fidel Edwards and Dwayne Smith were carousing with three British female guests when police intervened. The women were removed by officers and briefly arrested. Although they were not charged, they were released on bail and the British High Commission in Colombo was informed. The West Indies are progressing well through the Twenty20 event, with a victory over New Zealand on Monday earning them a semi-final slot against Australia on Friday. Gayle, 33, is famed for his extrovert attitude as well as his hard-hitting batting, and he attracted comment for his dance-style celebrations after dismissing England’s Jonny Bairstow earlier in the tournament. The left-hander is one of the most feared batsmen in all formats of the game with a penchant for big hits against both pace and spin. His 117 off 57 balls against South ...
A spirited West Indies kept alive their semi-final hopes after pulling off a sensational win over New Zealand via Super Over in their final Super Eights match of the ICC World Twenty20 here today. Needing 18 to win in the Super Over, West Indies rode on Chris Gayle and Marlon's Samuels pyrotechnics to finish the game with a ball to spare at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium which saw a tied game with both teams finishing on 139 in regulation time. While Gayle started the chase in the Super Over with a huge six over long-off off a no ball by Tim Southee, Sameuls completed the job with a maximum over deep mid-wicket. With three loses from as many games, New Zealand have crashed out of the tournament. On the other hand, West Indies' fortune will now hinge on the result of the other Group 1 match between hosts Sri Lanka and England. The game went into the Super Over after New Zealand made heavy weather of a modest 140-run chase.
They took the New Zealand spirit, trampled on it, and handed over the broken pieces along with their boarding passes. The team that provided the most entertainment in the Super Eights, with two ties, lost both the Super Overs to end up with zero points. West Indies stayed alive, and were not leaving the ground anytime soon. They were done with their celebratory dances, and were now hoping for Sri Lanka to beat England and help them through to the semi- final. There was no way New Zealand should have lost this, though. Not in regulation time, not in extra time. It was a day for heroes and villains, and they were often the same men. The same Tim Southee that foxed Chris Gayle and went for 3 for 21 in regulation time failed to defend 16 runs in the Super Over. The same Sunil Narine who bowled overs 17 and 19 for five runs and two wickets to keep the match alive fielded appallingly, most noticeably in the final over, allowing Ross Taylor to retain the strike, and force the tie. What of Taylor, though? He didn ...
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What is Chris Gayle doing in Sri Lanka - New Zealand match? John Terry of Cricket?
England takes on West Indies in Thursday’s late match in Pallekele as Group 1 of the Super Eights gets underway. West Indies will be more eager to see what the wicket looks like come matchday, for the ground would already have been used by Sri Lanka and New Zealand earlier in the day. If the pitch at Pallekele continues to play as it has, England will be the happier team, for it would mean the ball will skid on and aid its tall fast bowlers. West Indies want purchase for its spinners, especially Sunil Narine, given how England played spin in its last game, against India. Tomorrow’s game could be a sledger’s delight, with one side pointing to the other’s most recent failing, while the other need only point out how much rides on one man – Chris Gayle - to rile the rest up. If the rain stays away, and so far Kandy has been dry, a packed house that will assemble early to watch Sri Lanka could be in for a ***
A five-wicket haul for Kemar Roach and an unbeaten 64 from opener Chris Gayle saw West Indies beat New Zealand by nine wickets on Sunday to win the fi...
Gold Medal for Chris Gayle today !.150 & 64* to steer West Indies to victory vs New Zealand.welcome back...
Good win for the West Indies in the first test match against New Zealand and good to see Chris Gayle in the runs with some fine batting
West Indies beat New Zealand by 9 wickets in 1st Test. Chris Gayle smashed 64 not out off 49 balls.
Tons by Chris Gayle and Kieran Powell put West Indies on top – 1st Test vs. New Zealand via
Chris Gayle marked his return to five-day cricket by hitting 150 as the West Indies moved past New Zealand's 351 all out on Day 3 of the opening Test.
Chris Gayle made a successful return to Test Cricket after an 18-month absence, leading West Indies with a half-century in Antigua - Cricket feature story from West Indies v New Zealand
Chris Gayle hits 85 not out on Test return as West Indies close on 145-0 in reply to New Zealand's 351 in Antigua.
Winning the big moments is the key to winning Test Cricket and New Zealand missed the big moment when Flynn dropped Chris Gayle on 36. That important let off allowed the West Indies to claim the day and advantage.
The opener Kieran Powell has said he needed to divorce himself from Chris Gayle's brisk scoring to ensure he did not throw his own wicket away on the second day in Antigua - Cricket news from West Indies v New Zealand
Sammy, Gayle pay tribute to ‘super fans’ as Windies celebrate. West Indies celebrated their outstanding win in the Digicel One-Day International Series against New Zealand, and dedicated the victory to their many fans who have supported them through thick and thin. Speaking after Monday’s brilliant 20-run win in the fifth and final Digicel ODI, captain Darren Sammy and star batsman Chris Gayle thanked the supporters. Gayle continued his successful return to the international stage and was the leading batsman in the five-match series. He ended with 220 runs at an average of 55. His 125 in the second Digicel ODI was the highest individual score. “I’m really happy…there is great happiness and joy in the dressing room and every man deserves credit for a very good job throughout the entire series. What is also good is to see the happiness throughout the Caribbean and among our fans all over the world who support us,” said the 32-year-old.
Chris Gayle has been paid but most of Royal Challengers Bangalore players, including Vettori, have not been paid their salaries. . Mark Boucher's injury is this severe that he may not see from that eye again. It'd be so sad that 147-Test career ends with loss of an eye. ICC ODI Ranking 1-Australia 2-South Africa 3-England 4-India 5-Sri Lanka 6-Pakistan 7-West Indies 8-New Zealand 9-Bangladesh 10-Zimbabwe
West Indies vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI at Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts Preview It is not often that West Indies get a chance to win a series and seldom do they get a chance to seal it in straight games. That, in short, will be enough motivation for the hosts to continue their dominance over a lacklustre New Zealand side which is finding it tough to come to terms with the conditions in the Caribbean. To make it worse, the Kiwis have been plagued by injuries to key players which has reduced them to mere participants, instead of competitors, in the tour. West Indies: A glance at the West Indies squad will tell you that they are potential world-beaters in the shorter formats, especially in their own conditions. Chris Gayle's return to the top of the order has only increased their fire-power and he has already unleashed himself over the Kiwis in this series. The top order - with the likes of Samuels and Dwayne Smith - is amongst the runs, which has left little job for the middle order. The team is studded wi ...
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Kiwis plot to stop Gayle: Nathan McCullum insists that New Zealand have plans in place to put an end to Chris Ga...
Gayle's presence made century memorable: Samuels Stroke-maker Marlon Samuels said on Saturday that his first international century in the Caribbean had been made even more special by the presence of fellow Jamaican Chris Gayle. The right-handed Samuels stroked an exquisite, unbeaten 101 and shared 129 for the third wicket with Gayle who got 125, as the West Indies beat New Zealand by 55 runs in the second One-Day International at Sabina Park.
A highly confident bunch of West Indies players will be looking to continue their dominance over New Zealand in the second one-day international on Saturday at Sabina Park, Jamaica. With three victories in succession for the hosts, another day of excitement is anticipated especially with the presence of top-class world batsman Chris Gayle, who has been in tremendous form for West Indies. Go West Indies Go!
Gayle and Afridi international icons for SLPL. West Indies opener Chris Gayle and Pakistan allrounder Shahid Afridi, among the biggest entertainers in the Twenty20 format, have been named the two international icon players in the inaugural Sri Lanka Premier League that begins August 10. The presence of the duo, who will join five other Sri Lanka players as icons of their respective teams, lends the fledgling league some star power and has the potential to boost viewership. Gayle, who is set to play New Zealand in five ODIs and two Tests at home in a series that ends August 6, will represent the Uva province, while Afridi will play for Nagenahira, ESPNcricinfo has learned. Last week Sri Lanka Cricket auctioned the seven Sri Lanka Premier League teams for an average price of $4.3 million. A number of Indian companies are believed to have successfully bid for teams in the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL), highlighting the lure of the franchise model in cricket's largest market despite the BCCI's reluctance to ...
At the West Indies vs New Zealand match, Shiv Chanderpaul spoke about American College Cricket on TV. It was perfect, as we have been instrumental in the survival of the CBRP Stadium, and hence the playing of International cricket in Florida.
Indies... On fire... West Indies claim series win over New Zealand. West Indies claimed a 2-0 Twenty20 series win over an injury-hit New Zealand side after a comprehensive 61-run win on Sunday in Lauderhill, Florida. After taking Saturday's first match by 56 runs the West Indies once again proved too good with captain Chris Gayle firing another half-century and a superb bowling spell from off-spinner Sunil Narine proving the difference.
Chris Gayle provided the substance, yet again, Dwayne Bravo provided the late blast, and Sunil Narine ended New Zealand's chase befor...
West Indies will beat New Zealand in all forms of the game...I expect Chris Gayle and Darran Bravo 2 do some special things
Brash, brutal and brilliant to watch, Brendon McCullum can bruise bowling attacks like few other men in international cricket. A wicketkeeper-batsman, McCullum has been used as an opener in the shorter formats and lower down in Tests, but whenever he arrives at the crease it's impossible to look away. He muscles balls over both sides of the field and was responsible for getting the IPL off to an electrifying start, lighting up the tournament's first match with 158 and showing what the format had to offer. He also became the second man, after Chris Gayle, to score a Twenty20 international century when he brazenly scooped 155kph offerings from Shaun Tait and Dirk Nannes over the wicketkeeper's head in Christchurch in 2009-10. McCullum describes himself as "brash" and that innings was the proof, but he has also been a key part of New Zealand's Test team since 2004. In the longer format he has generally batted at No. 7 and in his second series, entertained the crowd with 96 at Lord's. His first two Test centu ...
Fastest century in Test Cricket was a list rarely discussed untill one day internationals came along and batsmen started to express themselves more freely. Fastest ODI century is another list that hadn't attracted enough eyeballs before twenty20 cricket came along and batters became carefree.. Fastest T20 century is still an overambitious list as we've had only 6 individual hundreds in the shortest format so far but with increasing number of matches, this list too is bound to change. Richard Levi of South Africa, playing only his 2nd international match, mesmerised New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton on 19 february 2012 with a 45 ball century. Kiwis knew little about this right handed bulky batsman and ended up bowling him on his pads repeatedly. Levi, taking advantage of short square boundaries, smashed 13 sixes and 5 fours in his unbeaten knock, equaling highest T20 score as well. Previously, Chris Gayle of West Indies held the record of fastest T20 century with his 50 ball ton against South Africans ...
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