New Zealand & Sunil Narine

New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Sunil Philip Narine (born 26 May 1988 in Trinidad), is a West Indian cricketer who played in the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka. 5.0/5

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Why can I hear so loudly a supporter shouting "If only New Zealand had a Sunil narine" lmao
Narine opts out of Windies Test squad; will be considered for T20s v New Zealand Off spinner Sunil Narine has advised the WICB that he has opted to remain in India to participate in the final of the Indian Premier League and consequently will not join the West Indies Training Camp in preparation for the Test Series against New Zealand by June 1st as is required by the WICB. Narine had been in discussion with the WICB and was required to advise the Board by May 24 whether he will join the squad currently in training in Barbados on June 1. • Narine had indicated by the May 24 deadline that he will join the squad on June 1 as required. • Narine subsequently advised the WICB on May 28 that he would not be able to meet the June 1 requirement. Narine’s decision not to join the camp by June 1 will result in him not being considered for selection to the West Indies squad for the Tests Series v New Zealand (June 8 to 30). Narine will be considered for selection to the squad for the two T20 Internationals aga ...
West Indies news Sunil Narine's dilemma: IPL final or West Indies camp? Tony Cozier May 30, 2014 Sunil Narine may lose his spot in the team for the first Test if he opts to play the IPL final ©BCCI Sunil Narine has suddenly found himself between a rock and a hard place. If the spinner remains in India to play for Kolkata Knight Riders in Sunday's IPL 2014 final, as he wants to, he will miss the West Indies Cricket Board's [WICB] June 1 deadline for joining the preparatory camp for the imminent home series against New Zealand, disqualifying him from selection. "It is his decision," WICB's chief executive officer Michael Muirhead said on Friday. "The cut-off date for joining the camp was moved forward from May 22 to June 1 specifically to allow those players involved in the IPL the opportunity for more matches. Anyone who is in breach won't be considered for selection." He indicated that if Narine misses the deadline, he would be unavailable for the first Test in Kingston between June 8 and 12; Narine woul ...
Sri Lanka v West Indies Key Facts: These teams have met five times in T20Is. Sri Lanka has won four matches to West Indies’ one, which came in the most recent meeting – the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 final. In fact all five of these clashes have come in ICC World Twenty20 tournaments – three group matches, a semi-final and a final. Mahela Jayawardena and Tillakaratne Dilshan have both hit two half centuries in those five matches – they average 67.3 and 62.3 respectively against West Indies. Four of the five best T20I economy rates amongst players from Test-playing nations since the last ICC World Twenty20 are held by players likely to feature in this match - Sachithra Senanayake, Samuel Badree, Krishmar Santokie and Sunil Narine. Rangana Herath’s figures of 5-3 from 3.3 overs against New Zealand means the three best T20I bowling figures are held by Sri Lankans. West Indies’ 84-run win against Pakistan was its largest run-margin victory in T20Is. In the Super 10 stage Sri Lanka inflicted two of th ...
Sunil Narine added to Windies Test squad for NZ St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that off-spinner Sunil Narine has been added to the West Indies squad for the three Tests against New Zealand to be played next month. Narine has played five Tests, including two against the New Zealanders. Meanwhile Shane Shillingford and Marlon Samuels are headed to Perth, Australia with West Indies Head Coach Ottis Gibson for independent testing after both players were reported for suspected illegal bowling actions during the second Test against India earlier this month. Concerns were raised by match officials about Samuels’ faster ball and Shillingford’s doosra. Both are eligible to play in the first Test, starting in Dunedin on Tuesday, as they are cleared to play until the independent testing results have been submitted to the sport’s world governing body, the ICC. Samuels, Shillingford and Gibson are expected to rejoin the squad at the weekend. Kraigg Brathwaite, who was name ...
India’s Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina slipped in the batting chart, while England's Alex Hales and Steven Finn, along with West Indies' Sunil Narine, have achieved career-best rankings in the latest Reliance ICC T20I Player Rankings, which were released on Saturday. Kohli slipped two places to be placed eighth, followed by Raina at ninth. Yuvraj Singh was at 14th after a fall of one place while Gautam Gambhir was down at 17th. In the T20 bowling chart, Ravichandran Ashwin, the only Indian in the list, slipped two places to be positioned 18th. In the all-rounder's list, Yuvraj Singh retained the third position with 337 points. The latest rankings were released atthe completion of England's 2-1 series win over host New Zealand onFriday and ICC World Twenty20 2012 champion West Indies' win over Australia in the one-off match. While Hales has jumped nine places to a career-best fifth in the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for T20I batsmen, Sunil Narine has leaped sixplaces to a best-ever third and Steven Finn h ...
West Indies beat New Zealand in the SUPER OVER! Man of the Match - Sunil Narine
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 ...
World T20: New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor wins the toss and opts to bowl first against West Indies.
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 ***
I will update the prediction become right or wrong as the tournament goes on So the super eight matches will be played like below Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Sri Lanka will carries out the good form in the preliminary rounds and they can easily beat New Zealand. In this match the kiwis will struggle to bat against srilankan spinners. England vs West Indies West Indies batting power will rise again here and they will win, but England also will fight *** this match. Pakistan vs South Africa Hmmm... bit hard to predict, but i think South Africa is a very strong team than Pakistan these days, as they have a good unit in batting and bowling both. When the things is not going their way (Even slightly) Pakistan team is becoming a mess, lots of players trying to blame the others in the field etc. but spearhead Umar Gul, Saeed Ajmal will be a threat to South Africa. but anyway South Africans will use their batting performance than their bowling performance in this match they will win this match. India vs Australi ...
icc cricket award 2012 West Indies bowler Sunil Narine - Emerging Cricketer of the Year 2012. George Dockrell of Ireland - ICC Associate and Affiliate Cricketer of the Year. South Africa batsman Richard Levi - ICC Twenty20 International Performance of the Year Sri Lanka's Kumar Dharmasena - ICC Umpire of the Year. New Zealand's Daniel Vettori - ICC Spirit of Cricket Award 2012. India's Virat Kohli is the ODI cricketer of the year.
In pics: West Indies vs New Zealand, Day 2: West Indies offie Sunil Narine celebrates with his team-mates the fa...
Sunil Narine celebrates his first five-wicket haul in Tests, West Indies v New Zealand, 1st Test, Antigua, 2nd...
Ross Taylor, the New Zealand captain, believes his team remains on top in the first Test against West Indies despite two late wickets from Sunil Narine. New Zealand ended the day at 232 for 4 but a few overs earlier they had been 223 for 2, before Darren Sammy’s decision to stick with the old ball p...
Sunil Narine claimed two late wickets to swing the first Test between West Indies and New Zealand in the hosts' favour.
New Zealand are 232 for four at stumps in Antigua - Martin Guptill is out for 97 - Sunil Narine has taken three for 73.
Colin Croft says Sunil Narine holds the key in the upcoming Test series between West Indies and New Zealand
Trinidad Express Newspapers shared the following link and had this to say about it: Mystery off-spinner Sunil Narine has praised the input of head coach Ottis Gibson, following his five-wicket haul which fired West Indies to a 20-run victory in the final One-Day International against New Zealand on Monday.
2012 best for no.5 & 8. Sunil Narine (born on 26thMay) was awarded Man of the Series of New Zealand's tour on West Indies. Also he was the man of the tournament of IPL - Indian Premier League 2012 season.
Narine inspires West Indies to win 5th ODI: Spinner Sunil Narine claimed 5-27 on Monday to bowl the West Indies to a tense 20-run victory over New Zealand in the fifth and final one-day international at Warner Park. Ary
Basseterre (St Kitts) - West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine says he had recognised the importance of Saturday's fourth One-Day International against New Zealand and had seized the moment. The Trinidadian bowled brilliantly to take two wickets for 20 runs from his ten overs to help the West Indies ...
New Zealand started much quicker than West Indies had, but Sunil Narine soon negated that advantage, and the ask...
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 ...
West Indies vs New Zealand 2nd ODI Betting: Sunil Narine can have the New Zealanders in a spin in 2nd ODI
New Zealand 190/9 (50 ov) West Indies 136/1 (24.2/33 ov, target 136) DR Smith 65* (77b 6x4 3x6) CH Gayle 63* (57b 4x4 5x6) West Indies won by 9 wickets (with 52 balls remaining) (D/L method) That was pretty much a perfect game for West Indies, starting with the new ball spell of Andre Russell, backed up by the bewitching bowling of Sunil Narine, who proved far too tricky for the inexperieced New Zealand batting. BJ Watling's half-century helped New Zealand avoid complete humiliation, but the 190 they put up was never likely to test the home side, even less so when NZ lost Ellis to an injury reducing their bowling options. Gayle got his third successive half-century, and Smith reached a fifty of his own to ensure there were no troubles in the chase. A lengthy rain delay kept the home crowd waiting but once the showers went away and play resumed, it was a quick finish.
Impressive bowling show by West Indies to restrict New Zealand under 200 on a good batting strip. They never allowed the NZ innings to prosper as they kept pegging them back with wickets. A 46-run and 44-run stand for the sixth and seventh wicket respectively, involving Watling(60), were the only substantial partnerships as the rest of the innings tumbled. Sunil Narine once again proved too hot to handle, while Andre Russell finished as the best bowler in terms of picking wickets, four-fer for him.
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.
Windies wrap up series: A superb bowling performance from Sunil Narine helped West Indies beat New Zealand by 61...
Chris Gayle provided the substance, yet again, Dwayne Bravo provided the late blast, and Sunil Narine ended New Zealand's chase befor...
Yay, are making New Zealand lamb out of the Black Caps tonight. Sunil Narine takes four for twelve.
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