New Zealand & Sabina Park
New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Sabina Park is the home of the Kingston Cricket Club, and is the only Test cricket ground in Kingston, Jamaica and is often referred to as The Holiday Home of Cricket ./5
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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 ...
New Zealand defeated the West Indies by 186 runs on the fourth day of the First Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica.
Good morning, we are here at Sabina Park for the start of Chris Gayles' 100th test. New Zealand has won the toss and will bat first.
See the Windies team at training at Sabina Park earlier today as they prepare for the 1st Test match against New Zealand at Sabina Park
West Indies, Sri Lanka out to challenge champions India by m_m_s » Fri Jun 28, 2013 KINGSTON, Jamaica: With India enjoying an additional 48 hours to bask in the glory of their Champions Trophy triumph, West Indies and Sri Lanka get the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series underway on Friday at Sabina Park. Both teams have points to prove after being steamrolled by the ODI kings over the previous fortnight in England. For the Sri Lankans, this fixture marks just the second time that they are playing an ODI at major international cricket's westernmost venue. The only other occasion came at the 2007 World Cup when Mahela Jayawardene's unruffled unbeaten hundred led his side comfortably past New Zealand in the semi-finals, only for them to be upended by hat-trick-seeking Australia in the final three days later in Barbados. West Indies were the first to feel the weight of India at their best at the Champions Trophy at the group stage of the competition before missing out on the last four agonisingly when K ...
TODAY IN HISTORY : 1933 Boys' Own stuff in Brisbane when Eddie Paynter left his hospital bed to come to England's aid as they struggled in the fourth Test of the Bodyline series. Laid low by acute tonsillitis, Paynter heard of England's plight on the radio, and with the Ashes in the balance, grabbed a taxi and arrived at the ground in his pyjamas. He stopped the rot, finishing the day on 24 not out, returned to hospital, and then extended his innings to 83 the following morning. 2009 In a situation reminiscent of the Sabina Park farce in 1997-98, the second Test between West Indies and England at the new Sir Vivian Richards Stadium was abandoned after just 10 balls. The outfield was sandy and there was a lack of firmness underfoot while bowling. Jerome Taylor's first delivery landed wide off the stumps. Fidel Edwards was frustrated with the sand being kicked up as he ran in. International cricket was suspended at the stadium for 12 months. 1980 A famous victory for New Zealand, but a cranky match that lef ...
W. Indies make early breakthroughs: West Indies, leading the two-match series 1-0, struck two early blows before lunch Thursday in restricting New Zealand to 74 for 2 having won the toss and elected to field on day one of the second Test at Sabina Park. New Zealand were without spinner Daniel Vettori and also batsman Daniel Flynn owing to groin strains suffered in the opening Test which the Black Caps lost by nine...
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!
A man-of-the-match performance from fast bowler André Russell yesterday lifted the West Indies to a nine-wicket win over New Zealand in the first match of their Digicel one-day international series at Sabina Park...
West Indies will enter tomorrows second One-Day International against New Zealand with a 1-0 lead after winning the first match by nine wickets at Sabina Park yesterday.
News: Catch ball-by-ball action from the first ODI between New Zealand and West Indies at Sabina Park.
Live Cricket Score: West Indies vs New Zealand, first ODI at Sabina Park,when leads the Black Caps in place of the upset Ross Taylor.
Rally for the boys as they take on New Zealand in the Digicel Series 2012. June 30th to August 6th. The West Indies face New Zealand in two historic Twenty20 matches in Florida on June 30 and July 1 at the 15,000 capacity Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, Florida. The two teams will also play five ODIs and two Tests. The Digicel ODI Series will commence in Jamaica with two matches at Sabina Park and conclude in St Kitts at Warner Park which will host a triple header. The First Digicel Test will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds in Antigua while the teams will return to Jamaica for the second and final Digicel Test
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