New Zealand & Stephen Fleming
New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Stephen Paul Fleming ONZM (born 1 April 1973) is a New Zealand Cricketer, and the former captain of the New Zealand national cricket team, known as the Black Caps, in Test and one-day cricket. /5
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It's not hard for a team to come and tour New Zealand: Stephen Fleming: Former New Zealand captain has advocated for more balance bet...
Ross Taylor scores highest individual score for New Zealand away from home, surpassing Stephen Fleming—
Ross Taylor now has the highest score by a New Zealand batsman overseas. He goes past Stephen Fleming's 274* against SL in 2003.
Cricket and the Flemish weavers Ian Fleming's nephew Matthew played for England and Stephen captained New Zealand.
STEPHEN FLEMING: Spin and the fifth bowler just give New Zealand the edge: Both teams are playing with confide...
Daniel Vettori claimed his 280th ODI Cap, which is more than any other New Zealand player. Vettori went past: Stephen Fleming - 279 Chris Harris - 250 Brendon McCullum - 238 Will this experience take New Zealand all the way to the Final?
Want to know how New Zealand and Australia legends pulled off the ultimate game of backyard cricket? WATCH the behind the scenes video from Visit Auckland as ICC Cricket World Cup winners Andy Bichel and Damien Fleming take on BLACKCAPS stars Stephen Fleming and Chris Harris from the top of the Auckland Harbour Bridge!
New Zealand Minister of Primary Industries, Nathan Guy (L) and former captain of New Zealand Cricket team, Stephen Fleming pose with the ICC Cricket ...
I'm sorry, but Alastair Cook needs replacing. He never should have been appointed captain in the first place because he's not up to the job, but I'm afraid he's not worth his place with the bat at the moment. Clearly has some technical flaws he needs to work out batting for Essex. And this is a pretty average England side, albeit one that has potential - but we need a more imaginative leader than Cook. He should be looking at what a young Stephen Fleming did as captain of New Zealand - he might learn something. But then Stephen Fleming should be the England coach, not Peter Moores.
“I watched Martin Crowe score his 299 and thought it would have been an amazing feat if he scored 300 but probably didn’t quite understand how much it meant to the whole country who support this team. I also spoke to Stephen Fleming last night. I feel a little bit embarrassed because I’m nowhere near the calibre of players they were", says New Zealand skipper skipper Brendon McCullum who became the 24th batsman in the history of Test cricket to score a triple-hundred.
McCullum, Watling stall India's victory bid Published: Monday | February 17, 2014 0 Comments WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP): New Zealand captain Bren-don McCullum made a century, and wicketkeeper BJ Watling a half century in a gritty sixth-wicket partnership yesterday to stall India's drive for a series-levelling victory in the second cricket Test. Trailing India by 246 runs on the first innings, New Zealand were 94-5 and staring at likely defeat when McCullum and Watling came together four overs after lunch. They stayed together for the next 259 minutes and 373 balls, adding 158 runs before stumps. McCullum was 114 and Watling 52 at the end of the day, taking New Zealand to 252-5 - a lead of six runs. New Zealand lead the two-Test series 1-0 after winning the first match at Auckland by 40 runs. McCullum was twice dropped early in his innings and seized on both reprieves to become only the fourth New Zealander to reach 5,000 runs in Tests, after Stephen Fleming, Martin Crowe and John Wright. He reached the ...
It has never previously happened that both captains have played their 100th Test match in the same game. The first time two players won their 100th caps in the same match was at Old Traffordin 2000, when Mike Atherton and Alec Stewart - who had both previously captained England - played against West Indies (Stewart marked the occasion by scoring 105). And in the first Test between South Africa and New Zealand in April 2006,threeplayers all reached a century of caps - Jacques Kallis and Shaun *** for the hosts, and the touring captain Stephen Fleming.
The New Zealand Cricket team, nicknamed the Black Caps, are the national cricket team representing New Zealand. They played their first Test in 1930 against England in Christchurch, New Zealand, becoming the fifth country to play Test cricket. It took the team until 1955–56 to win a Test, against the West Indies at Eden Park in Auckland. They played their first ODI in the 1972–73 season against Pakistan in Christchurch. The current Test, One-day and Twenty20 captain is Brendon McCullum. McCullum replaced Ross Taylor who replaced Daniel Vettori after Vettori stepped down following the 2011 World Cup. Vettori had replaced New Zealand's most successful captain, Stephen Fleming, who led New Zealand to 28 Test victories, more than twice as many as any other New Zealand captain. The national team is organised by New Zealand Cricket. The New Zealand Cricket team became known as the Black Caps in January 1998, after its sponsor at the time, Clear Communications, held a competition to choose a name for the ...
Former captains David Gower of England, Stephen Fleming of New Zealand and India's Ajit Wadekar, were born on April Fools' Day (April1)
Q1)Who is the captain of New Zealand Cricket. team?. 1 Daniel Vettori. 2 Stephen Fleming. 3 Lou Vincent. 4 Brendon McCullum
Ex cricketers Waqar Younis of and Stephen Fleming of New Zealand at the event.
RARE PHOTO :: Sourav Ganguly of India, Rajin Saleh of Bangladesh, Tatenda Taibu of Zimbabwe, Ricky Ponting of Australia and Brian Lara of West Indies, Inzamam-ul-Haq of Pakistan, Marvan Atapattu of Sri Lanka, Michael Vaughan of England, Steve Tikolo of Kenya, Graeme Smith of South Africa and Stephen Fleming of New Zealand pose for a photograph during a photocall of the captains taking part in The ICC Champions Trophy, on September 7, 2004 in London, England
South Australian and ICC Champion's Trophy winning batsmen Callum Ferguson feels that Australia's potential defence of the tournament hinges on victory against New Zealand on Wednesday. "Batters like (Martin) Guptill (who made two centuries in three games recently against England) who if they get through the first 10 overs, are not going to look back too often. He is in such good form," said Ferguson. "It is going to be a massive game, they are in great touch and we aren't at the moment. "You see a lot of New Zealand sides not blast opposition out (with the ball) but be very tight with their lines. "Under all their captains, from Stephen Fleming, Dan Vettori, Ross Taylor and Brendon McCullum, there has been a clear game plan and they know the conditions better than some of the other teams which has given them an advantage over the years." NH
What New Zealand need is orthodox coachingThey need to relearn the art of long-form batting if they are to ever dominate an attack like their great predecessors Turner and Crowe did Mark Nicholas May 30, 2013 Comments: 26 | Text size: A | A Glenn Turner: all about timing and placement © PA Photos Enlarge Related LinksPlayers/Officials: Glenn Turner | Martin Crowe | Stephen Fleming | Brendon McCullum | John Wright Series/Tournaments: New Zealand tour of England Teams: New Zealand It is not easy being New Zealand Cricket. The place is rugby-mad. Cricketers bust a gut but are hardly appreciated. They become chippy about it and then find themselves chippy with each other. From Turner to Taylor, there are not many Black Capped fellows who have dinner together. At least there did not used to be. Things are better now, though the relationship between Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor must be tricky. Friction comes from small communities and within the egos of a few strong swimmers attempting to make good their o ...
Sports Retract synopsis Accepting Indian citizenship was the toughest decision: Arata Pune:The 1st person of Indian origin to have found a place in the Ind football team,Japanese-born Arata Izumi says accepting the Indian citizenship was one of the "toughest decisions" of life Warne calls for new Australian coach Sydney: Test great Shane Warne today called on Australia coach Mickey Arthur to be replaced by former New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming days after branding the nation''s cricket chiefs "muppets". Game is bigger than all, says tennis veteran Paes New Delhi: Veteran India tennis star Leander Paes does not see anything wrong in players discussing their grievances with the association but says the sport should not suffer. CAB gaffe mars opening day of local league Kolkata: In an embarrassment of sorts for Cricket Association of Bengal, the opening day''s proceedings of a senior division league could not be held as the groundsmen had poured water on the pitch, unaware of the East Bengal-Kalighat fix ...
Its official, the blackcaps and Phoenix both need new coaches, Hesson has pulled apart NZ cricket with one of the dumbest decisions I have seen, Can someone knock on Stephen Fleming's door. Ricki Herbert has brought back the Kingz to New Zealand football. Time to get an overseas man in for the job
Chennai Super Kings is a cricket team based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu that plays in the Indian Premier League. Founded in 2008, the team is currently captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni and coached by Stephen Fleming, a former New Zealand Cricketer. The team's home ground is the M. A. Chidambaram Stadiu...
I almost convinced myself that Ian Fleming was the former New Zealand captain and Stephen Fleming brought James Bond to life!
Brendon McCullum is 45 short of becoming the sixth New Zealand batsman to reach 4000 Test runs. Stephen Fleming has most - 7172-run.
A worth reading material by Asghar 16th June 1999, I was sitting right behind the end a certain Shoaib Akhtar was bowling. As he walked up to his run up, my father shouted Pakistan Zindabad and the whole stand got in full voice. Shoaib ran in and bowled a peach of a Yorker to the New Zealand captain, Stephen Fleming. That was my first, of many, live memories off the Rawalpindi Express. Before that World Cup semi-final, at Old Trafford I had seen Shoaib bowl a few times. Most memorable was his introduction to Rahul Dravid and then Sachin Tendulkar in Kolkata earlier the same year. A young Shoaib bowled two balls in a row that can only be bettered in comparison by Wasim Akram's heroics in the 1992 World Cup final. Sheer pace and unrivalled energy that was never seen before was at show as India was silenced. That World Cup in 1999 was unique. Pakistan played some kamikaze cricket and it can be argued that Shoaib was the showman off the team. Oozing sheer class and youthful exuberance, Shoaib dominated the W ...
June 16: Thirteen years ago, on this day, Pakistan beat New Zealand in WC Semi Final'99. Shoaib Akhtar's famous yorker to Stephen Fleming!
13 years ago, on this Day (June 16): Shoaib Akhtar was at his menacing best, his 3 wickets - including a famous yorker to Stephen Fleming - in Semi Final against New Zealand at Old Trafford took Pakistan into Final of World Cup 1999.
Former New Zealand Test captain Stephen Fleming says he is not interested in taking over from John Wright as coach of the national cricket team "from a selfish point of view." Fleming has been co-coach of the Chennai Super Kings, who narrowly failed to win their third straight Indian Premier League title on Sunday. He told New Zealand's Live Sport radio today that while he enjoyed the experience of coaching Chennai each year, he was not yet prepared to take on the responsibility of a national team. "The timing really is the main point for me, I'm not quite ready to get back onto that roundabout of international cricket," he said. "I've got a young family that I love spending time with and while I do care deeply about the New Zealand side and the direction they're going, the timing's just not right for me to jump back into that touring lifestyle." Fleming said his involvement with the Super Kings allowed him to keep in touch with cricket while also pursuing other business interests. "I enjoy these two mont ...
Stephen Fleming and Prime Minister John Key observe a minute of silence during the Christchurch Earthquake Relief Charity Twenty20 match at Basin Reserve on March 13, 2011 in Wellington, New Zealand.
Stephen Fleming or D Morrison!! Who would u like to see replace John Wright when he steps down as coach of New Zealand?
Happy Birthday to former New Zealand batsman Stephen Fleming. He was born in Christchurch today in 1973.
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