New Zealand & West Indies

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Sri Lanka have done what South Africa, England, Australia, New Zealand and West Indies couldn't: beat Pakistan in Abu Dha…
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Ian Bishop is all over as cricket commentator South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, England, West Indies, India, Pakistan
West Indies women beat New Zealand to make the finals of the ICC Women's T20 tournament and will play Australia...
West Indies need to play every match the same way and stop taking teams lightly. Take a page from New Zealand. Good win AFG
New Zealand, West Indies & England qualify for Semis. Who will be the 4th Team India or Australia today big clash between India v Australia
England join West Indies and New Zealand in the semi-finals; Australia face India for remaining spot
Great stuff in the Thank you for Mathew's hammy 😂. West Indies, England, New Zealand and India? Australia? Decent Semi final line up
What's important, is that 3 Tests against New Zealand & the West Indies are building up nicely, to a two Test extravaganza against the Kiwis
Dude, we won Tests in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, West Indies, Australia, New Zealand and England playing top spinners
New Zealand, and especially McCullum, deserve a tickertape farewell like Frank Worrell and the West Indies in Australia…
11/97 2008, he led the team to series wins in New Zealand and West Indies, and the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2008, 2010 and 2013. In 2009,
Trott was in line to be dropped against New Zealand following his poor performances in the West Indies.
If we can't beat West Indies' second string, difficult to see us beating New Zealand or Australia this Summer, even at home.
Outside of England, Anderson only has a strike rate under 62 in New Zealand. . It's 86 in the West Indies.
: New Zealand vs West Indies, 4th Quarter-Final. Corey Anderson out Caught by Gayle for 15 runs...
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New Zealand v West Indies: . Southee can bowl the hosts into the semi finals on Saturday:
New Zealand v West Indies is a no brainer...Kiwis too hot for WI to handle. Might turn out to be a lopsided game.
India became a member of the “elite club” joining Australia,England,South Africa,New Zealand and the West Indies inJune1932.
Amazing: only teams with 2 or more wins in so far: New Zealand, India, West Indies, Ireland
Sammy Mooney fined for swearing in World Cup Pool B match: NELSON, New Zealand (AP) -- West Indies batsman Dar...
Of course, I *want* India or West Indies to win the World Cup this year. I just *think* South Africa or New Zealand will.
All the 14 teams have announced their 15-man squads for the 2015 World Cup in Australia - New Zealand. The 2015 World Cup, to be held in Australia and New Zealand, is just 34 days away. All the teams have submitted their final 15-man squad for the tournament. Scotland was the first team to announce their squad while Australia and West Indies were the last teams to name their final squad. India, the defending champions, announced their team on January 06. We take a look at the complete list of the 15-man squads from all the 14 teams participating in the competition. Pool A AUSTRALIA Michael Clarke (capt), George Bailey (vice-capt), Pat Cummins, Xavier Doherty, James Faulkner, Aaron Finch, Brad Haddin, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, David Warner, Shane Watson. AFGHANISTAN Afsar Zazai (wk), Aftab Alam, Asghar Stanikzai, Dawlat Zadran, Gulbadin Naib, Hamid Hassan, Javed Ahmadi, Mirwais Ashraf, Mohammad Nabi (capt), Najibullah Zadran, Nasir Jamal, ...
CURRENT AFFAIRS 2014 AT A GLANCE : ❖ Latvia adopted the Euro currency on January 1, 2014 and became the 18th member of the Eurozone. ❖ Corey Anderson of New Zealand scored the fastest century in One Day International cricket history on January 1, 2014. He scored a hundred in just 36 deliveries against the West Indies. He beat the previous record of 100 off 37 balls set by Shahid Afridi of Pakistan in 1996. ❖ Sheikh Hasina was sworn in on January 12, 2014 for the third time as Bangladesh's Prime Minister. Her party is Awami League. ❖ India's first monorail service was started in Mumbai on February 2, 2014. ❖ Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and eminent scientist CNR Rao were conferred the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award of India on February 4, 2014. The award was announced on November 16, 2013. ❖ Harish Rawat was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on February 1, 2014. ❖ 'Chronicles of a Corpse Bearer' is a book written by Cyrus Mistry, which won the DSC Prize for South Asia ...
The year (2014) that was: Srinagar, Dec 31, CNS: At least 220 people including 106 militants, 39 Army soldiers, 52 civilians, 17 policemen, 4 BSF and 2 CRPF personnel were killed during the year 2014. Army managed to neutralize some top militant commanders while graph of violence came down heavily as compared to previous years. The month of December witnessed much bloodshed consuming 33 precious lives including 15 militants, 9 Army soldiers, 5 civilians, 3 policemen and a CRPF jawan. Here are some important happenings of the year 2014: January 1: New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson cracked the fastest century in one-day international cricket history against West Indies in 36 deliveries breaking Shahid Afridi’s fastest ODI Century record. Afridi had taken 37 deliveries to reach the ton against Sri Lanka in 1996. Lt Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag, today took over as the Vice-Chief of the Army Staff. Jan 2: SFs arrested two Over Ground Workers (OGWs) of HM, identified as Zahoor Ahmad Bhat and Manzur Ahmad Gana ...
Shakib Al Hasan COUNTRY Bangladesh A talented left-hand batsman and left-arm spinner, Shakib Al Hasan is unarguably the best cricketer that Bangladesh have ever had. As a bowler, he is accurate, consistent, and canny; and his aggression and a wide range of strokes are the keys to his batting. Even more importantly, he has self-belief an excellent temperament, unflustered by the big occasion and ready to do battle against the top teams. The best of his ability and temperament were on display in his First Test as captain, against a weakened West Indies side in Grenada, when Shakib took eight wickets and scored an unbeaten 96 in a tense but successful fourth- innings run-chase of 215, leading Bangladesh to their first overseas series victory. In only his fourth Test as captain, Shakib scored 87 and 100 - his maiden Test century - in a losing cause against New Zealand in Hamilton, performances that offered further proof of his skill and his ability to handle pressure. And the same opponents in 2008, Shakib ha ...
Henry Davids: IPL is the best T20 tournament in the world: Davids picked New Zealand and West Indies as the da...
Our Independence is the 19th September and we are having it on the 18th and parade is 10pm that night. Why the change and having the parade so late and imagine on the 19th is West Indies vs New Zealand (woman cricket). Only in St Kitts. Wow
long wait for more Test Cricket - West Indies in April, New Zealand in May...then it's the Ashes, gulp!
"Who will open the batting for England in the Ashes next year?" - because the test series against West Indies & New Zealand are done deal ??
The Victoria International Six-a-Side (VISAS) Cricket festival is hosted bi-annually in beautiful Victoria, BC at Beacon Hill and Windsor Parks. FREE to come watch each day, with plenty of refreshments on site! Games are from 10:30am - 4:30pm on Aug. 2,3,4,6,8 and 9 Visas Cricket 2014, August 1-9 in Victoria, BC The 2014 edition of VISAS will be the 16th festival held since the inaugural VISAS in 1986. Over the years we have welcomed teams from Australia, New Zealand, England, Italy, Singapore, Hong Kong, the West Indies, Isle of Man, Bangladesh and the Bahamas. In addition, teams from New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and Dallas have visited from the USA, while Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver have come from across Canada. Virtually every team that has participated in VISAS has made a return trip to Victoria ? we consider that to be the best testimonial to the ongoing success of this festival. The VISAS formula is simple: fast exciting cricket, a beautiful city, teams from around the w ...
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Williamson banned from bowling due to illegal action: Kane Williamson, the part-time New Zealand offspinner, has been suspended from bowling in international cricket after his action was found to be illegal. Williamson was reported for a suspect action following the second Test against West Indies in Trinidad in June and was sent for biomechanical testing at Cardiff Metropolitan University. That testing has shown that Williamson's elbow extension when bowling exceeds the 15 degrees allowable under the ICC rules.
Peter Moores has only won 1 test match against teams other than New Zealand or the West Indies. Good time to add to that no?
Kane_Williamson is the first New Zealand player to hit 150 in Team's 2nd innings in Tests against West Indies.
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Captain Brendon McCullum hit 40 off 35 balls as New Zealand wrapped up a 12-run Duckworth/Lewis victory over the West Indies in a rainy opening Twenty20 at Windsor Park on Saturday. In a match reduced to 18 overs per side by light rain, New Zealand was well placed at 117-4…
Fantastic bowling by New Zealand helped them to beat West Indies by 53 runs and win the series by 2-1
Only be satisfied with big tons, Ramdin urges West Indies
New Zealand beat West Indies by 53 runs on the fifth day of the third and final test at Kensington Oval to win the three-match series 2-1Winning New Zealand team pose for a team photo New Zea…
New Zealand tour of West Indies, 3rd Test New Zeland won the Toss elect to field first, NZ 293 & 331/7d WI 317 & 254 New Zealand won by 53 runs Man of the Match / Kane Williamson Man of the Series / Kane Williamson New Zealand won the Test series by 2-1.
New Zealand beats West Indies by 53 runs to clinch test series
New Zealand controls third test against West Indies with 1 day left
West Indies make a steady reply of 159/2 at lunch on day two of 3rd & final test v New Zealand at Barbados.
New Zealand will bat in the series decider against West Indies, who rejigged their bowling again, with Jason Holder handed his Test debut and Shane Shillingford returning to the XI
"Sri Lanka, with this win, have now won seven Test matches outside the subcontinent, excluding Tests in Zimbabwe. The margin of victory in this Test - 100 runs - is the narrowest in terms of runs for Sri Lanka in these countries. They have won five Tests by larger margins and another by 10 wickets. Three of these seven wins have come in England, two in New Zealand and one each in South Africa and West Indies. These seven wins have come in 57 Tests, which makes their win percentage 12.3%. India and Pakistan, the other subcontinental giants, have win percentages of 12.4% (22 wins in 177 Tests) and 21.4% (31 wins in 145 Tests) respectively in these conditions. The overall records of India and Sri Lanka, in terms of win percentages, are now quite similar." Cricinfo
Swiss money: India moves up to 58th rank; UK remains on top Zurich: India has moved up to 58th rank in terms of foreign money lying with Swiss banks, but it accounts for a meagre 0.15 percent of an estimated USD 1.6 trillion total global wealth held in Switzerland's banking system. The UK has retained its top position with highest share of close to 20 percent of global wealth in Swiss banking system, followed by the US, West Indies, Germany and Guernsey in the top-five in terms of exposure to banks in Switzerland. Amid much hue and cry over huge amounts of illicit wealth stashed by Indians in Swiss banks, the latest official data released by Switzerland's central banking authority SNB shows that Indian money in Swiss banks rose by 43 percent during 2013 to close to Rs 14,000 crore (2.03 billion Swiss francs), pushing its global ranking up from 70th at the end of 2012. The rankings are based on the direct client exposure as also the funds held through 'fiduciaries' or wealth managers with a total of 283 ba ...
New Zealand's Kane Williamson has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action after the second Test against the West Indies.
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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is 8 months away and off-late the International Cricket Council(ICC) has announced the schedule for the tournament. The tournament will take place from 14th February, 2015 to 29th March, 2015. There will be a total of 14 teams participating in this biggest Cricket Tournament. 14 teams are divided into 2 groups, Pool A and Pool B respectively. Pool A comprise of England, Australia, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Scotland. On the other hand, Pool B comprise of India, Pakistan, South Africa, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The World Cup will start with a match between Sri Lanka and New Zealand on 14th February. 2015 in Hagley Oval, Christchurch and the final will be held at Melbourne Cricket Ground on 29th March, 2015. 14 venues in Australia and New Zealand will host each of the World Cup matches. 14.2.2015 - Sri Lanka vs New Zealand - Pool A - Hagley Oval, Christchurch 14.2.2015 - England vs Australia - Pool A - MCG, Melb ...
The historic Kensington Oval in Barbados will once again host Test Cricket when the touring New Zealand team take on the West Indies in the final match of the series.
TRINIDAD: West Indies has leveled the three match series with 1-1 to beat New Zealand in the second Test by 10 wickets at Queen’s Park...TNT
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 ...
New Zealand's lower order frustrated the West Indies bowlers for an extended period yesterday and managed to wipe off the lead
Will also being keeping an eye on on Can West Indies take the series to a decider or can New Zealand hold on?
West Indies v New Zealand, 2nd Test: Catch Day-5 live from Port of Spain as Windies try to level the series.
Good Friday Morning everyone and welcome to the 5th & Final day of the 2nd Test between West Indies and New Zealand!
DTN Dubai: West Indies edge closer to squaring New Zealand series: Roach and Benn among the wickets but late W...
West Indies v New Zealand at Port of Spain / Stumps - New Zealand lead by 18 runs with 2 wickets remaining 491
The West Indies are poised for a series-levelling victory after the fourth day of the second Test against New Zealand.
Cricket: At the end of day 4 New Zealand are 18 runs in the lead with 2 wickets in hand. The West Indies will be hoping to pry out the remaining batsmen and overcome a modest total to square the series.
STUMPS, DAY 4! The West Indies did the bulk of the work today so hopefully tomorrow we just wrap it early. New Zealand lead by 18.
West Indies are doing well vs New Zealand,WHAT?
West Indies need 2 wickets to gain a series-leveling victory over New Zealand, however the Kiwis need 27 runs to make the Windies bat for a second time. It's great stuff at the Queens Park Oval.
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New Zealand still trail the West Indies by 58 runs with just 4 wickets in hand. This could soon be Denesh Ramdin's first victory as Test captain, and it's on home soil. Let's see how the game plays out. (NZ 181/6 & 221 all out) vs. (WI 460 all out)
LUNCH, DAY 4! New Zealand 129/4. West Indies' session - No ifs, no buts and no maybes. New Zealand still trailing by 110 runs.
Remembering Ramakant Bhikaji Desai (20 June 1939, Bombay – 28 April 1998, Mumbai) represented India in Test Cricket as a fast bowler. Ramakant Desai was unusually fast for a bowler who stood less than 5 feet 6 inches. His size earned him the nickname 'Tiny'. He made his Test debut against West Indies in 1958-59 took 4/169 in 49 overs. He troubled the batsmen with bouncers, which was unusual for an Indian bowler at the time. He toured England in 1959, West Indies in 1961-62 and Australia and New Zealand in 1967-68. Against Pakistan in 1960-61, he took 21 wickets in the series. At Bombay, he scored a quick 85 batting at No.10, an Indian record, and added a record 149 for the ninth wicket with Nana Joshi. His best bowling performance in Tests was 6 for 56 against New Zealand at Bombay in 1964-65. At Dunedin in 1967-68 his jaw was fractured by a ball from *** Motz, despite which he added 57 runs for the last wicket with Bishen Bedi. In his first year in the Ranji Trophy, he took 50 wickets in 7 matches at . ...
West Indies, replying to New Zealand’s first innings of 221, were 396 for seven at lunch on the Third Day of the second Test
Hello and welcome to coverage of the 3rd day's play between West Indies and New Zealand in the 2nd Test at the Oval.
NEWSDAY JUNE 18, 2 K 14 By Joan Rampersad Wednesday, June 18 2014 After 20 years in the Soca Monarch competition Neil “Iwer” George has called it quits. He said he “will not be defending any more second places”. George has won the Soca Monarch crown three times, but was not able to overpower Machel Montano, who on his entry to the competition in 2010 has won it every year since, including last Carnival. George’s victories came in 2002, when he tied with Ian “Bunji Garlin” Alvarez, 2003 and 2007. He made his announcement at the informal International Soca Monarch presentation ceremony held at the NLCB corporate booth at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain yesterday, during the 2nd Test Match between New Zealand and the West Indies. He thanked Caribbean Prestige Foundation for giving him the opportunity to be part of the experience, said he had fun but now it was time to move on. Just prior to that, a similar ceremony was held at the Digicel corporate suite for the Groovy Soca Monarch win . ...
Mark Craig hit his first ball in Test Cricket for six. How many people have done this? The answer is that, as far as records show, no one has ever hit their very first ball in Test Cricket for six before, as New Zealand's Mark Craig did in Kingston last week. Seven others are known to have opened their accounts in Tests with a six (but not from their first ball): Australia's Eric Freeman in 1967-68, Carlisle Best of West Indies in 1985-86, Zimbabwe's Keith Dabengwa in 2005, Dale Richards of West Indies in 2009, and three Bangladesh players - Shafiul Islam and Jahurul Islam in 2009-10, and Al-Amin Hossain in 2013-14. Both Shafiul and Jahurul started their Test batting careers with two sixes before any other scoring shots. Has anyone bettered Mark Craig's haul of eight wickets on Test debut for New Zealand? In another first for Otago's Mark Craig, he became the only New Zealander to take eight wickets on his Test debut in Kingston. The previous-best was by another offspinner, Paul Wiseman, who took 7 for 14 ...
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 ...
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Tim Southee finished with 6 wickets as New Zealand defeat West Indies in their First Test match. Well done Tim! http:/…
West Indies vs. New Zealand, 1st Test: Winners and Losers from Jamaica: The First Test between West Indies and...
Who scored the fastest Test fifty?: New Zealand defeated West Indies in the First Test by 186 runs. It was onl...
New Zealand crush West Indies by 186 runs in First Test: Kieran Powell fell for a duck as he clipped his fourt...
New Zealand defeat West Indies: Chris Gayle's 100th Test match for the West Indies ends in defeat as Mark Crai...
New Zealand 99/1 (46.4 ov) vs West Indies. New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat
1st Test: New Zealand opt to bat against West Indies at Kingston
Very depressing news!!! New Zealand tour of West Indies...St. Lucia : no matches, CPL: St Lucia:no matches, Bangladesh tours West Indies...still no matches. Can someone please explain.
(General Awareness For Bank's Exams) Sports January - 2014 The fastest centurion in ODIs New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson scored the quickest century ever in international cricket on Wednesday, taking just 36 balls against West Indies to break the record long held by Pakistan's Shahid Afridi. Afridi scored a 37-ball hundred against Sri Lanka in 1996 and had remained the fastest across all formats of the international game since. Anderson, 23, brought up the mark with his 12th six of the innings after the third one-day international in Queenstown was reduced to a 21-over match due to rain. Hockey World League tickets Sale of tickets for the Hero Hockey World League (HWL) final, to be held at the National Stadium here from January 10 to 18, has started. Tickets, which can be booked online at www.ticketgenie.in, have been priced at Rs. 50 each for general admission and Rs. 1000 for VIP seating. Fans can also buy tickets from 16 ‘Twenty Four Seven’ retail stores and 14 Mobile Stores across Delhi and ...
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.
Corey Anderson has broken the World Record for the fastest international century Anderson brought up his century in just 36 balls which knocked off the World Record set by Shahid Afridi for Pakistan in 1996. Afridi held the record with 37 balls and with Anderson 95 from 35 balls he needed to hit the 36th ball for six to put himself in the World Record books. Anderson did just that bringing the Queenstown to their feet and full of voice as they marvelled at one of the finest innings seen in New Zealand Cricket. Anderson finished 131 not out vs. West Indies from 41 balls in an innings that included 14 sixes and six fours.
Barbados gets a Test: New venue for match between West Indies and New Zealand later this month BARBADOS will now...
The third Test between West Indies and New Zealand was pulled out of the National Stadium at Providence in Guy...
India have to play five-Test series against England followed by an Odi series. India have not played a five-Test series in more than a decade, the last was against West Indies in 2002. India have not won a Test abroad in three years, and have lost away series to South Africa and New Zealand in the past six months, causing them to slide to No. 5 in the ranking. Will zaheer's injury will be a major influence :/ India Test squad for England MS Dhoni (capt. & wk), M Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan, Gautam Gambhir, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Ishwar Pandey, Ishant Sharma, Stuart Binny, Varun Aaron, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Pankaj Singh In: Gautam Gambhir, Stuart Binny, Varun Aaron, Pankaj Singh Out: Zaheer Khan, Umesh Yadav, Ambati Rayudu
Falmouth, Jamaica, CMC - The New Zealand Cricket team opened their tour of the West Indies with a draw against a Jamaica Select X1 on the second...
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 ...
Should Sunil Narine skip IPL final and join West Indies camp for the preparation of the upcoming Test series against New Zealand?
Gautam Gambhir Returns to Team India for Tour to England Agence France-Presse | Updated: May 28, 2014 20:58 IST New Delhi: India on Wednesday brought back opening batsman Gautam Gambhir and axed fragile pace spearhead Zaheer Khan for their first five-Test tour of England in 55 years starting in July. (Also read: 'Wondrous' Wednesday for Gambhir as KKR book spot in IPL final) The selectors, who picked a 18-man squad for the back-to-back Tests, included seven seamers and Wriddhiman Saha as reserve wicket-keeper for skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Left-handed Gambhir returns to the Test arena for the first time since December 2012, having been ignored for the home series against Australia and the West Indies last year and the tour of New Zealand this January. Gambhir, with 4,021 runs and nine centuries from 54 Tests, is one of the three openers in the squad alongside Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay. Khan, India's most experienced new ball bowler with 311 wickets in 92 Tests, was not considered after missing a ...
West Indies announces squad for New Zealand series -
Here we goes from simple one - Q1. Corey Anderson who has hit the fastest ODI century in 36 balls is from (a) England (b) Australia (c) West Indies (d) New Zealand ☀ Quizz With - Prachi Patil ☀
West Indies host New Zealand in the second We vs Them Series of 2014 in 3 Test Matches and 2 Twenty20 Internationals.
Some records by Pakistani Batsmen made for Pakistan 1) Imtiaz Ahmad was the first wicket keeper batsman to score a double century. 2) Wasim Bari was the first Wicket keeper who took 7 catches behind the stumps in an innings. This match was played at Auckland, capital of New Zealand. Only three wicket keepers have taken seven catches in an innings in history. 3) Pakistani team holds the record of maximum difference in scored runs in two innings of a test match. In 1957-58 Pakistan made only 106 runs against West Indies in Bridge Town. But they played very well in the second innings and made 657 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. This was the historical match in which Hanif Muhammad had scored 337 runs. 4) Pakistani Team is also holding the World Record for giving the most extra runs in an innings. They conceded 68 extra runs in 1976-77 playing against West Indies in Bridge Town. Pakistanis updated that record against the same team at the same stadium after 11 year. This time they gave 71 extra runs out of whi ...
India has become the number-one ranked Twenty20 International (T20I) side after the annual update of the Reliance ICC T20I Team Rankings, which was announced on Thursday.   India has swapped places with ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 champion Sri Lanka.   In the past 12 months, India has lost just one T20I (against Sri Lanka in the recent ICC WT20 Final in Bangladesh), while Sri Lanka has lost four matches. The 2013-2014 results are weighted at 100 per cent whereas, the results in 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 are now weighted at 50 per cent. Therefore, Sri Lanka’s strong performances in those two earlier years now count for less.    In the other major change, the West Indies has slipped two places. This drop has moved Australia and New Zealand up by one place each.   The updated table now reflects all T20I matches completed after 1 August 2011. All T20I matches played until the start of May 2015 will be added to this table, so that by May 2015, the ratings will be based on just under four years of r ...
Congratulations to Pakistan Cricket Team on becoming best Asian Test side as per latest ICC Test Rankings on May 1 2014 Pakistan is ranked at fourth while India is at 5 followed by Sri Lanka at 7. ICC has updated their annual Rankings, according to which teams are: Australia(1), South Africa (2), England (3), Pakistan (4), India (5), New Zealand (6), Sri Lanka (7), West Indies (8)
Finalists England and Australia contributed a total of six players to the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 women’s Team of the Tournament, which was announced today in Dhaka, with England’s Charlotte Edwards named as captain for the second consecutive time.   Chosen by a select group of experts,* the team was selected for its suitability for Bangladesh conditions and on the basis of performances in the tournament only. Statistics were used but were not the sole basis for selections.   In all, two players from champion Australia were selected, while runner-up England had four representatives in the side. The team also features two players from West Indies, and one player each from Bangladesh, India and New Zealand.    Commenting on the side, chairman of the independent jury and member of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, David Boon, said: “This year’s tournament again demonstrated the incredible depth of talent across women’s cricket.  Selecting one team of 11 players was a t ...
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 ...
After that Horrendous loss for New Zealand, Sri Lanka now top their Group... India play South Africa on Friday. While on Thursday, Sri Lanka will play against the winner of tomorrow's match - Pak vs WI... So who do you think will WIN tomorrow?? West Indies or Pakistan??
South Africa is the 2nd Team after India who Qualified to T20 World Cup Semi Final. Moreover, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Pakistan & New Zealand are still alive in the tournament to join India & South Africa.
Q.Sachin Tendulkar played his 200th test the last one of his 24 years cricket career, at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai) against - 1.West Indies 2.England 3.Australia 4.New Zealand "AniMa"
Pakistan, SL, Australia, New Zealand are my semi finalists.I expect the Aussies to advance to the semis by beating both India and West Indies.
The World Twenty20 steps up a gear Friday as cricket's top eight sides enter the fray, with Pakistan seeking a historic win against India in the second round's standout clash. Minnows of international cricket have been slogging it out in the expanded 16-nation tournament so far with two qualifying spots and a chance to join the big boys up for grabs from round one. In the Super-10 stage, Asian giants Pakistan and India will be joined in Group Two by the West Indies, Australia and one of the successful qualifiers. The other qualifier will join South Africa, Sri Lanka, England and New Zealand in Group One with two sides from each group advancing to the semi-finals. The identity of the two qualifiers from round one will be known just hours before Pakistan bid to defeat arch rivals India for the first time at the World Twenty20. "We beat India in the Asia Cup this month and this team looks good to make history," a confident Pakistani coach Moin Khan said ahead of the round-two opener in Dhaka. "But they must ...
Asia is rising gradually in cricket. First there was ONLY India and Sri Lanka , then came Pakistan, and then Bangladesh. Now there is UAE, Afghanistan, Nepal and Hong Kong. For the last 50 years there was only the names of UK, Australia, West Indies, India, New Zealand ar South Africa. Ora etake kukkhigoto kore rekhechhilo. jeto na. Ebar eder din shesh hoye jabe ar cricketer bijoy potaka urbe nobagotoder hate. Aha jeno moroner age ei drishyo dekhe jete pari.
THE TEAMS WHO STARTED PLAYING THEIR TEST MATCHES AND ALSO STARTED THEIR First TestCAMPAIGN ARE : There are currently ten nations with official test status designated by the International Cricket Council (ICC) The ten test nations and the date of their initiation into Test Cricket are : England: March 15, 1877 Australia: March 15, 1877 South Africa: March 12 1889 (Due to apartheid South Africa were banned from international cricket between 1971 and 1991) West Indies: June 23, 1928 New Zealand: January 10, 1930 India: June 25, 1932 (before 1947 the Indian team was made up of players from Pakistan and Bangladesh which are now independent test nations) Pakistan: October 16, 1952 (before 1971 Pakistan was made up of players from Bangladesh which is now an independent test nation) Sri Lanka: February 17, 1982 Zimbabwe: October 18, 1992 Bangladesh: November 10, 2000. BELOW TEAM IS THE INDIAN TEAM IN 1971
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.
West Indies v England, 1st ODI, Antigua West Indies power and spin will test England : This is an odd one-day series, squeezed in before the World Twenty20 to comply with FTP requirements (the Tests are held next year), but it is possible to see value in the contests for both sides - not least because there is a 50-over World Cup in a year. England's recent travails need little repeating, and this brief tour is a chance for bonding and revival ahead of Bangladesh, while West Indies can look to build on the relative success of a shared series in New Zealand when the odds were stacked against them. Both teams have said they will approach the matches as one-day internationals, rather than elongated practice for the Twenty20s - a three-match T20 series follows in Barbados - but that is perhaps slightly truer of West Indies than England. The hosts can have the flexibility of picking their bespoke squads, which includes putting the captaincy in Dwayne Bravo's hands rather than Darren Sammy's, but England have e ...
"O.T." Jackson was born in upstate New York on November 20, 1846 to David and Emma (Lane) Jackson. He joined a family that already consisted of two boys, named Adam and Jethro. The elder Jacksons were former slaves freed when England banned the institution of slavery in its West Indies colony. The O.T. Jackson, and his brothers and other members of the Black community had organized a group called the "Sable Minstrels" and were playing dates all over the central coasts. After leaving Australia their itinerary took them to New Zealand, Java, China, Japan and across the continent to the European countries which housed the greatest concert halls of the world. The run ended with a triumphant year's tour in England which included a command performance before King Edward VII. In the course of his lifetime, this son of slaves had risen to some dazzling heights through the use of his unique talent. He could claim kinship to all of the now famous names in the history of minstrelsy including W.C. Handy, Edwin Christ ...
SHOCKING FOR CRICKET WORLD!!! BRING THEM UNDER TRIAL!!! FOR the first time in the near decade-long corruption scandal, one of the world's leading cricketers, Mohammad Azharuddin, has confessed that he took money to throw matches. The former captain of India has emerged as the key man in a group of former Test Cricket captains and leading players, including former England Captain Alec Stewart, who are alleged to have been involved with Indian illegal bookmakers in a report by India's Central Bureau of Investigation. The report is the result of the most thorough police investigation into cricket corruption and indicates that match-fixing, there was considered a speciality of the subcontinent, is now widespread with Test players in every country open to seduction. Apart from Azharuddin, the report names Stewart, Brian Lara, the former West Indies captain and World Record holder for Test runs in a single innings, Martin Crowe, the former New Zealand captain, two former Pakistan captains, Salim Malik and Asif ...
on February 12 in cricket history 1949 A cricketing gentleman is born. India's Gundappa Viswanath was as renowned for his sportsmanship - he cost India the Golden Jubilee Test when he recalled Bob Taylor - as he was for his lightning wrists and pure, impish strokeplay. From 91 Tests he made over 6000 runs at an average of 41. And his runs were usually influential: he averaged 53 against West Indies, and 51 in Tests India didn't lose, as against 26 in those they did. 1961 A day for young centurions. Today Mushtaq Mohammad, aged 17 years 82 days, made his First Test hundred, against India in Delhi. It was a Test record until Bangladesh's Mohammad Ashraful took a century - on debut - off Sri Lanka at the age of 17 years and 63 days. Before that, the nearest anyone got to breaking Mushtaq's record was... 1990 ... 16-year-old Sachin Tendulkar, who came within 12 runs of becoming the youngest person to make a Test hundred when he was out to New Zealand's Danny Morrison in the second Test in Napier. This Test m ...
Cricket's ODI family has three new members - UAE, Hong Kong and the Barramundis. Congratulations! World Cup groups are now confirmed. Group A: England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Afghanistan and Scotland Group B: South Africa, India, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland and UAE
New Zealand, West Indies, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe have signed in favour of Big 3. Big 3 just one vote away from majority. They are trying their best to convince either Pakistan, Sri Lanka or South Africa to vote them. PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf said: BCCI k lalach mein nahi ayen ***
Today in Cricket History: Monday, 27th January Events on this day: 1896: Tasmania bowl out Victoria for 65 for their first ever innings victory 1964: Barlow and Graeme *** complete 341 stand at Adelaide Oval 1976: Viv Richards scores his First Test century against Australia 1982: West Indies beat Australia 3-1 to win World Series Cup 1996: Shiv Chanderpaul scores 303* for Guyana v Jamaica at Kingston 1998: Australia defeat South Africa 2-1 to win the Carlton and United one-day series People born on this day: 1911: George Pope, England pace bowler, 1-49 and 0-36 in his only Test 1969: Shane Thomson, New Zealand off-spin all rounder 1990-95 1970: Dean Headley, grandson of George, son of Ron. England quick 1997-99 1975: WPUJC (Chaminda) Vaas, Sri Lankan left-arm pace bowler 1994-2009 1979: Daniel Vettori, New Zealand 1997-, spinner, all-rounder, captain People died on this day: 1970: Probir Sen, 20 catches and 11 stumpings in 14 Tests for India 1996: Tommy Mitchell, Derbyshire leg-spinner, 5 Tests for En ...
Papon ki koy sunen "Our Test status will remain [since the draft proposal has a "no disadvantage" condition, by which none of the current Full Members will lose that status]. We will be among the ten Test playing nations. But our Test rating point is 18, so to reach No. 8 ranking [under the current system], we will need more than a decade. We are not getting enough opportunities. Zimbabwe has 34 rating points, so I don't know who we can beat to cover the difference. "We have improved as a side in the last 18 months. We have played well against Sri Lanka, New Zealand and West Indies. But such performances haven't reflected on our ranking. There is a chance here to beat the others [in the Intercontinental Cup] and then have a go at the No. 8 ranked team..."
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
Fans at the two T20Is between New Zealand and the West Indies at Eden Park and Wellington will get a Photo Op with the World Cup trophy.
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West Indies thrashed New Zealand by 203 runs in the fifth and final one-day international at Seddon Park, Hamilton on Wednesday to draw the series 2-2. | Hamilton ODI: West Indies thrash New Zealand to square series
West Indies salvage some pride after thrashing New Zealand in fifth ODI
New Zealand beer company 'Tui' had a competition on during the Black Caps and West Indies one day international at Seddon Park. If a spectator caught a boundary they would win $100,000. This bloke did it one handed like a boss!
West Indies thrash New Zealand in 5th ODI to draw series
West Indies in New Zealand ODI Series - 5th ODI New Zealand v West Indies West Indies won by 203 runs ODI no. 3453 | 2013/14 season Played at Seddon Park, Hamilton 8 January 2014 - day/night (50-over match)
The 2015 Cricket World Cup will be held in - (1) Australia and New Zealand (2) England (3) South Africa (4) West Indies
West Indies beat New Zealand by 203 runs in the fifth One-day International on Wednesday at Seddon Park. The...
By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, HAMILTON, New Zealand, Weds. Jan. 8, 2013: Could 2014 be the year the once great West Indies Cricket team regains its
NEWS: The west indies square off the ODI series against New Zealand with an emphatic win.
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Hamilton, New Zealand - West Indies put in a commanding performance in the 5th ODI to square the series as the regional side score an impressive 203-run victory over New Zealand.Jamaican spinner, Nikita Miller, led the destruction taking 4-45 to
West Indies destroy New Zealand by 204 runs to draw series Edwards and Dwayne Bravo both notched centuries as the West Indies flayed New Zealand's attack to reach 363 for four, before Nikita Miller dominated with the ball to skittle the Black Caps for 160.
West Indies beat New Zealand in the fifth ODI at Hamilton by 203 runs West Indies 363/4 New Zealand 160/10
West Indies play Ireland England and New Zealand at home who else would you like to see in the Caribbean
What the West Indies are doing to New Zealand is just straight up illegal...
Welcome to Seddon Park, Hamilton, for the 5th ODI between New Zealand and West Indies.
ICC Rankings: Pujara achieves career-best rating; Kohli 11th Dubai, Jan 6: India's Cheteshwar Pujara today achieved career-best 851 rating points in the latest ICC Test Rankings for batsmen. India's number three batsman, Pujara has moved two places to be at the fifth position in the batsmen's rankings in Tests that were released Monday by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Pujara, with a century in the just concluded two-Test series against South Africa, gained two places. Virat Kohli, who too hit a ton against the Proteas, however, maintained his 11th position in the rankings. Pujara is the only Indian in the top-10. His 851 rating points are the best for him so far in his short Test career. Apart from Pujara and Kohli, there is no other Indian in the top-20 list headed by South Africa's AB de Villiers. Shivnarine Chanderpaul of West Indies is second followed by Ross Taylor of New Zealand. In the bowlers' Test rankings, Ashes hero Ryan Harris of Australia moved two places up to be the third behind ...
Cheteshwar Pujara moves to career-best fifth in ICC Test rankings, Virat Kohli remains static at No. 11! In the all-rounder's ranking, Ashwin continued to rule the roost at the top. South Africa's AB de Villiers leads the Test batsmen table with 912 points followed by Shivnarine Chanderpaul(876) of West Indies and Ross Taylor (871) from New Zealand. Left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha fell one spot to ninth position in the bowlers' table, led by South Africa's Vernon Philander. Ojha lost his place to Australian speedster Mitchell Johnson, who had a sensational Ashes series gained three points to jump to 8th in the bowling list. Johnson's teammate Ryan Harris, jumped to a career-best third. Philander was followed by his teammate Dale Steyn.
The first ODI was played on 5 January 1971 between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. When the first three days of the third Test were washed out officials decided to abandon the match and, instead, play a one-off one day game consisting of 40 eight-ball overs per side. Australia won the game by 5 wickets. ODIs were played in white kits with a red ball. The ten Test-playing nations (which are also the ten full members of the ICC) have permanent ODI status. The nations are listed below with the date of each nation's ODI debut shown in brackets: 1)Australia (5 January 1971) 2)England (5 January 1971) 3)New Zealand (11 February 1973) 4)Pakistan (11 February 1973) 5)West Indies (5 September 1973) 6)India (13 July 1974) 7)Sri Lanka (13 February 1982) 8)South Africa (10 November 1991) 9)Zimbabwe (25 October 1992) 10)Bangladesh (10 October 1997)
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Big win for New Zealand in Nelson debut ;) New Zealand 285 for 6 (Guptill 81) beat West Indies 134 for 5 by 58 runs (D/L method) Martin Guptill started slowly but top- scored with 81 ! New Zealand v West Indies, 4th ODI, Nelson
New Zealand 285-6 in 50 overs. West Indies 134-5 in 33.4 overs. West Indies require another 152 runs with 5 wickets and 16.2 overs remaining. This is the final update. A full match report will be posted later in the day.
New Zealand won the 4th ODI against West Indies by D/L method after rain intervened. Martin Guptill top-scored with 81.
Martin Guptill leads New Zealand to 58-run win over West Indies in 4th ODI - NDTV
ESPN Video: New Zealand opener Martin Guptill finished with 81 to top score for his side in the fourth ODI vs. West Indies in Nelson.
4th ODI New Zealand vs West Indies at Nalson 04012014. Match scheduled to begin at 3.00am Gwadur Balochistan local time live on channel nine and Neo Prime.
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On the very first day of this New Year the West Indies Cricket team suffered a very humiliating defeat against New Zealand. The current West Indies Cricketers with the exception of Shivnarine Chanderpaul are of second division standard or below. The batsmen cannot play swing, spin and fast bowling but they are repeatedly selected to play against such bowling. How it is that one batsman scored over two hundred runs in one innings and then look like an alien to cricket in his following two innings. How it is that these West Indies batsmen plays a nice shot for four and the very next ball which is identical but they cannot play the same shot. I do believe that with good coaching and better selection, the players will have better techniques and consistency. Coach Otis Gibson, Chairman of the selectors Clyde Butts and his crew should be banish to a place where they cannot make decision or be a part of West Indies Cricket. Change Must Come
West Indies visited New Zealand between December and January 2013 for a series of three Tests, five One-day Internationals and two Twenty20...
Corey Anderson came up with a superlative effort with the bat as he surpassed Shahid Afridi to register the fastest ton in ODI cricket. The left-handed all-rounder, who scored an unbeaten 131 off just 47 balls in the third ODI against West Indies which was reduced to 21 overs a side, got to the three figure mark in 36 balls, one less than what Afridi had taken in the game against Sri Lanka in 1996. # Anderson's hundred is also the fastest in all forms of international cricket, with the Test record being the 56-ball hundred by Viv Richards against England in 1986 and the T20I record being the 45-ball ton by Richard Levi against New Zealand in 2012. # In scoring a 36-ball ton, Anderson went past Craig Mcmillan, who had scored the previous fastest by a New Zealand batsman when he had reached the triple figures off 67 balls against Australia in 2007. # As far as List A cricket is concerned, Anderson's ton was on par with that of Graham Rose who scored a ton in the Somerset v Devon match in 1990. # Anderson, w ...
THE HEADLINES NEWS : - *. Anti Terrorist Squad arrests four more SIMI operatives from Madhya Pradesh. *. In Assam, curfew continues in violence-hit areas of Karbi Anglong district. *. National Commission for Women to inquire into death of the Kolkata gangrape victim. *. Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf fails to appear before court in high treason case. *. In Bangladesh, BNP-led Opposition's indefinite nationwide transport blockade underway, to resist upcoming Parliamentary polls. *. Biting cold wave conditions affecting normal life in North India; Train services disrupted; Kashmir Valley remains cut off from rest of the country for the second day. *. New Zealand's Correy Anderson scores fastest ODI century off 36 balls in third ODI against West Indies at Queenston.
New Zealand v West Indies, 3rd ODI, Queenstown Anderson hits fastest ODI century The Report by Kanishkaa Balachandran January 1, 2014 Comments: 23 | Login via | Text size: A | A 21 overs New Zealand 283 for 4 (Anderson 131*, Ryder 104) v West Indies Live scorecard and ball-by-ball details A record that stood for more than 17 years was finally broken on New Year's day in 2014. Corey Anderson bludgeoned the West Indies bowlers to score the fastest ODI century, off just 36 balls, eclipsing the record of 37 set by a 16-year-old Shahid Afridi in 1996. Anderson finished unbeaten on 131 and such was his savagery that he even managed to overshadow Jesse Ryder, who motored to the sixth quickest ODI century of all time. The pair powered New Zealand to a scarcely believable 283 in just 21 overs. This, after there were fears of yet another washout. Irrespective of the format, this was the fastest ever international century. While it's true that the grounds in New Zealand are not the biggest, many, if not all of Ander ...
In a rain-reduced ODI match, New Zealand has scored an incredible 4/283 off only 21 overs against the West Indies in Queenstown.
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New Zealand's Corey Anderson has just scored a ODI century against the West Indies off just 36 balls in Queenstown. The fastest in history.
ODI STATISTICAL REVIEW for 2013 Australia enjoyed a reasonably successful 2013 in ODI cricket, despite being unable to defend its ICC Champion’s Trophy crown in England earlier in the year. Across 26 matches, Australia managed 12 wins, 8 losses, and was involved in 6 no results/ abandonments. The 2013 ODI saga began with five ODI’s against Sri Lanka, with the series being drawn two wins a piece (with one no result). Next, a 5-0 whitewash of the West Indies to finish off a successful home summer. After that was the unsuccessful Champion’s Trophy campaign, losses to England and Sri Lanka, as well as a no result against New Zealand, saw the defending champions kicked out in the group stage. Then, after an unsuccessful Ashes campaign, Australian bounced back by first thumping Scotland, then winning two matches against England, playing out two no results and losing one, to claim a series win. Then the most recent seven-match ODI series against India, on the highways of pitches and small grounds, the Indi ...
Darren Bravo out of West Indies' tour to New Zealand
West Indies beat New Zealand by 2 wickets in ODI
West Indies beat New Zealand to take lead in 5-Match ODI series,
Watch New Zealand vs West Indies 1st ODI Highlights on December 26,2013. West Indies played a tremendous inning and they finally won the match with great margins. West Indies won the toss and they decided to field first and it’s a good decision by them and they finally prove that they are not below…
Game Day: West Indies will look to make a fresh start when they come up against New Zealand in a 1st ODI at Eden Park in Auckland. This a day/night match under lights and we expect the Windies to hit back hard following their defeat in the Test Series. Dwayne Bravo, the ODI skipper, says the Windies will have put the Tests behind they and will bring their 'A" game to the five-match series. WINDIES SQUAD 47. Dwayne Bravo (Captain) 36. Tino Best 46. Darren Bravo 25. Johnson Charles 66. Narsingh Deonarine 30. Kirk Edwards 98. Jason Holder 33. Nikita Miller 74. Sunil Narine 23. Kieran Powell 80. Denesh Ramdin 14. Ravi Rampaul 88. Darren Sammy 54. Lendl Simmons 57. Chadwick Walton
No day off for resurgent Black Caps While most of us were tucking into Christmas pud today, Black Caps all-rounder Nathan Mccullum was laying the foundations for what he hopes will be a continuation of his team’s summer of redemption. Fresh from their Test series success over the West Indies, the New Zealand team must now regroup – with different personnel – for the limited-overs versions of cricket, beginning with the 50-over one-day encounter at Eden Park tomorrow. McCullum, who played no part in the five-day victory, insists the ODI group is still buoyed by recent results. “Everyone’s riding high at the moment,” he says. “The Test boys did fantastically well in the last few weeks and have come off a couple of good results. “And all the one-day guys have been scoring runs and taking wickets in first-class cricket as well. “The environment is going pretty well and we have a lot of confidence, and obviously with the previous series in Sri Lanka as well, things are going pretty well. “W ...
TIL Desk Sports-Wellington/ An injured wrist has ruled batsman Marlon Samuels out of the West Indies one-day squad to face New Zealand, with Chadwick Walton called in as cover, team officials said today. (It's time to get connected, log on www.tvindialive.org)
West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels will need surgery on a chronic right wrist injury and has been ruled out of their limited overs series in New Zealand, the country's cricket board said on Tuesday.. [...]
Tim Southee claimed his 100th Test wicket for New Zealand v West Indies
HAMILTON, New Zealand (AP) – Ross Taylor’s third century in consecutive Tests and a devastating spell by Trent Boult have given New Zealand the upper hand after the Third Day of the third cricket match against the West Indies, with it the chance to secure a rare series win.
New Zealand's cricket team has taken a hold of the third Test by wiping out the West Indies second innings inside one session.
Good morning and welcome to the last show of 2013! We’ll review day two and preview day three of the third Cricket Test between New Zealand the West Indies in Hamilton with former international Grant Bradburn, as well as hearing from Black Caps bowling coach Shane Bond. Our final guest of the year on “Where the *** have you been?” with *** Pizza is former tennis star Kelly Evernden. Plus we wrap bowls and golf, talk Wellington Phoenix with former All Whites striker David Chote and give you your last shot at the $25 TAB voucher. The All Sports Breakfast – 7-9am on Newstalk ZB Wellington / Kapiti.
HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) - West Indies frustrated New Zealand with bat and ball but Ross Taylor’s unbeaten half-century helped to steer the Black Caps to safety on the second day of the third Test at Seddon Park Hamilton, here on Friday. Ta ...
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Jesse Ryder has been named in the New Zealand squad for the one-day series against West Indies following an absence of nearly two years
Jesse Daniel Ryder (born 6 August 1984) is a New Zealand Cricketer. He is a middle-order batsman for Tests and is an opening batsman in ODIs. Ryder also bowls useful medium-pace. He has previously represented his country in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup of 2002. Ryder played his domestic cricket with Wellington after crossing there from Central Districts in 2004 2008-2009 On 7 January 2009, Ryder indulged in a "late night drinking session" after the 3rd ODI against the West Indies. Ryder missed a team meeting the following morning and was unable to train in the afternoon. He was subsequently dropped for the 4th ODI.[5] ryder played in the 5th ODI on 13 January 2009, and scored 21. Two days later, Justin Vaughan and Ryder's manager Aaron Klee announced that Ryder had agreed to go cold turkey.[7] Ryder managed to get through the Indian tour without any further indiscretions. He was NZ's best batsman in the five ODI's, scoring 225 runs at an average of 56.25. He scored his first ODI century for NZ in the th ...
Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Denesh Ramdin rebuilt West Indies' first innings with a 200-run partnership to guide their side to 289 for six at the close of play on the first day of the third and final test against New Zealand on Thursday.
NZ aim to bury brittle Windies: ESPNcricinfo previews the third Test between New Zealand and West Indies with ...
West Indies ODI players, led by Dwayne Bravo, will be in action today. They are in a camp in Barbados preparing for the upcoming tour of New Zealand. They will join the Sagicor High Performance Centre players in a match against the Barbados Team. Match starts 10am at the 3Ws Oval at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies
West Indies suffered a crushing innings and 73 runs defeat against New Zealand in the second Test
2nd Test: New Zealand thrash West Indies by innings and 73 runs - The Times of India
New Zealand defeated West Indies by an innings and 73 runs in 2nd test in Wellington.
Trent Boult fires New Zealand to big win over West Indies.
Trent Boult led New Zealand to an innings victory over West Indies on the 3rd day of the test by claiming his best innings and match figures of 6 for 40 and 10 for 80.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand claimed the upper hand in the second Test yesterday, restricting the West Indies to 158-4 with key batsmen Darren Bravo and Shivnarine Chanderpaul back in the pavilion. At the end of the rain-abbreviated second day, in which only.
A unique double, and an Ashes record The Dunedin Test featured a double-century in the first innings of the match, and another in the third, but no centuries at all in the second. How unusual is this? asked Thomas Baines from London It's actually very unusual, as it has never happened in 2103 previous Test matches! In Dunedin, Ross Taylor made 217 not out for New Zealand, then Darren Bravo responded with 218 as West Indies followed on: it was a maiden Test double-century for both of them. The nearest approach was in Bridgetown in 1957-58, when Everton Weekes scored 197 for West Indies, then Hanif Mohammad famously made 337 - in 970 minutes - to force a draw after Pakistan followed on. There was another near-miss in Nagpur in November 2000, when Sachin Tendulkar scored 201 not out for India and Andy Flower 232 not out as Zimbabwe saved the match in the follow-on - but there had been a century in the second innings of the match, as Grant Flower had managed 106. Has any left-armer done better in an Ashes Tes ...
New Zealand will have to bowl exceptionally well to dismiss West Indies early on the Third Day of the second test on Friday to give them a chance of victory, all-rounder Corey Anderson said.
New Zealand have taken the upper hand at the conclusion of Day 2 of their Second Test against the West Indies at the Basin Reserve in Wellington. After another Ross Taylor century on Day 1, the lower order kicked in early on Day 2, adding 134 unlikely ...… [ 353 more words. ]
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West Indies removed New Zealand opener Peter Fulton just before lunch having set a target of 112 after their...
NZ chase 112 to win Dunedin Test: New Zealand bowl out West Indies for 507 in the second innings to be set 112 to win in the opening Test of the series in Dunedin. (The West)
Scott Murray.What the *** is this? I just tried to watch a criket match between West Indies and New Zealand and I turned it on and it said they were on a "Lunch Break". Really?!? This is the worst sport in the world if they need to stop to have lunch in the middle of it. Just pull a Mark Sanchez and sneak a hotdog on the sideline if you're hungry.
Check some photos out from the ANZ Cricket Test match between New Zealand and the West Indies! Day 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: keep posted for our top shots from the test right here!
In Dunedin, the West Indies have set New Zealand a target of 112 to win after they were bowled out for 507
Darren Bravo leaps after scoring his maiden double-century, New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Dunedin, 4th day,
Brave knock by Darren Bravo - 210* v New Zealand in West Indies follow on innings!
Bravo sends 1st NZ Test into final day: An unbeaten double century from Darren Bravo has frustrated New Zealand and sent the First Test against the West Indies into the final day in Dunedin. (The West)
beautiful series between New Zealand and West Indies.. What a day for West Indies! They have scored 275 runs losing only 4 wickets. Darren Bravo led the visitors with an unbeaten double ton. The New Zealand bowlers had to toil hard to pick up wickets as the visitors fought well. Bravo made sure they got closer to the total and with Sammy, he took them past the Kiwi total. They now lead by 47 runs and will look to get as many as they can tomorrow. New Zealand had a tough day at the office today but will want to finish this match well having dominated for three days. Join us for all the action on Day 5 tomorrow.
Great Innings from Darren Bravo which made West Indies to set a target for New Zealand on the final day after being trail by 396 runs.
New Zealand vs West Indies stats: Ross Taylor slams first double century in Tests
Most Aggregate runs by a team in ODIs 182881 Australia in 825 ODIs 182881 India in 841 ODIs 171982 Pakistan in 807 ODIs 146362 Sri Lanka in 701 ODIs 145260 West Indies in 705 ODIs 131153 New Zealand in 647 ODIs 128351 England in 608 ODIs 111411 South Africa in 501 ODis India and Australia are both equal at present.. !
Teams & Groupings for the 1st round of World T20 2014 ! Group A: Afghanistan, Nepal and Hong Kong paired with Full Member Bangladesh. Winner joins Australia, India, Pakistan and West Indies in Group 2 of the Super 10s Group B: Ireland, UAE and Netherlands paired with Full Member Zimbabwe. Winner joins England, New Zealand, South Africa and Sri Lanka in Group 1 of the Super 10s Which two teams will qualify for The Super 10 ?
Darren Sammy and Brendon McCullum have both had moments to savour as captains at international level but the pair begin this contest with major questions hanging over them - Cricket feature story from New Zealand v West Indies
I see there has been a bit of confusion pertaining next year ICC T20 World Cup - fair enough confusion is part of cricket these days. I will try to simplify it now, The men's World Cup (By the way they run concurently with the ladies'), So the men's World Cup consists of 16 teams, get that one right - 16 teams. Automatic qualification for the Test playing nations- West Indies, India, Bangladesh, Australia, England, South Africa, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Then there is the 6 teams from the associates that played the qualifiers (The final which is on today) - Ireland, Afganistan, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Nepal and United Arab Emirates. So in total we have 16 teams already qualified for the World Cup. So how it will work out... (The confusion part) There is the first round (Please note its not a qualifier to the World Cup, its already the World Cup). The 1st round will have the 2 'strongest' Test playing nations (Zimbabwe and Bangladesh) and the 6 associate teams that played qualifiers. B ...
New Zealand might undertake West Indies in the First Test match of the West Indies tour of New Zealand 2013-14. The match will be facilitated at Dunedin. Schedule time for Test match is 10:30 Local Time (21:30 Gmt). The match … Continue reading…
New Zealand team squad for West Indies tour to New Zealand series announced by New Zealand Cricket board yesterday. Previously West Indies team squad announced
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.
'Injured' Chris Gayle ruled out of India, start of New Zealand tour: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle ha...
Atherton calls for more even distribution of game's profits Mike Atherton, the former England Captain, has called on cricket's most powerful nations to do more for the wellbeing of the weaker Test teams, including a more even distribution of the game's profits between the sides. Speaking during a panel discussion at the ESPNcricinfo at 20 event in Brisbane on Tuesday night, where he was joined by former Australia captain Steve Waugh, commentator Jim Maxwell and Cricket New South Wales CEO Andrew Jones, Atherton raised the widening chasm between the richer and poorer countries as a major issue for the future of the sport. He highlighted the IPL as one example of the way teams like New Zealand and West Indies were disadvantaged. "I think strategically it's the biggest issue that faces the game, really," Atherton said. "You've got four very strong nations [financially] in India, England, Australia and South Africa to a lesser extent, and then a lot of ailing nations. So you're getting a kind of two-tiered sy ...
West Indies yesterday announced a 15 man squad to play a series of three Tests in New Zealand next month with no...
New Zealand have delayed. naming their squad for the 1st. against West Indies in. order to *** the fitness of. key players.
West Indies announced an unchanged squad for the Test series against New Zealand.
In addition to marking the retirement of India's greatest batsman, the second Test of the 2013 Tendulkar Farewell Series should also have marked the end of Darren Sammy's tenure as West Indies captain. The visitors suffered two humiliating defeats, each in less than three days, and their leader did not exactly recommend himself to the fans by his performance. But his has been such an uneasy reign that losing the crown might have come as some sort of a relief. The St. Lucian all-rounder has taken fire from all sides, especially from the Caribbean fans who thought him an impostor who was perpetrating a fraud upon West Indies Cricket; a player undeserving of a place in the side and one who certainly has no right being captain. If there is some merit to the substance of some of the criticism, the manner in which it was frequently delivered was mean-spirited - riddled with name-calling and abuse. All of this, of course, is unfair to Sammy. He did not select himself to the position, and no one has ever accused ...
When the Imperial Cricket Conference (as it was originally called) was founded in 1909, only England, Australia and South Africa were members. India , West Indies and New Zealand became Test nations before the Second World War and Pakistan soon afterwards. The international game grew with several "affiliate nations" getting involved and, in the closing years of the 20th century, three of those became Test nations also: Sri Lanka , Zimbabwe and Bangladesh . Test Cricket remained the sport's highest level of standard throughout the 20th century but it had its problems, notably in the infamous "Bodyline Series" of 1932–33 when Douglas Jardine's England used so- called "leg theory" to try and neutralise the run-scoring brilliance of Australia's Don Bradman. Suspension of South Africa (1970– 91) See also: International cricket in South Africa from 1971 to 1981 The greatest crisis to hit international cricket was brought about by apartheid , the South African policy of racial segregation. The situation bega ...
UpComing Fixtures (Today, Nov 6): 1st Test: West Indies in India Series 2013: 1st Test Starts at 8:30AM (PKT)! Only T20: Today, New Zealand will play only T20 against Bangladesh, Match starts at 1:30PM (PKT)! 3rd ODI: Pak vs SA: After winning one-one matches by both teams, today both will try to get lead over the other, match starts at 4:00PM (PKT)! Are you Excited for any one of these matches?
s willing to put the record straight. He says that though they are happy to be a part of all the Sachin celebrations, they won't give him an inch and make it as difficult as possible. One stat that will give Sammy confidence is this: West Indies have won their last six Tests, two each against Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and New Zealand. More about Chanderpaul: Shiv as he is known, has a great record against India. He averages 66 against them, compared to his overall average of 52. He has 7 Test hundreds against them and only once has he not recorded a ton in a series (in 2006) out of the 6 series he has played. A tremendous record and he is one batsman who the Indians have historically had trouble dismissing. Not only is this Sachin's last series, but the series will also be a landmark one for a certain Shivnarine Chanderpaul. He will be playing his 150th Test at Mumbai and at the age of 39-years has no plans of retiring anytime soon. His son, Tagenarine has already made his first-class debut. What are the odds ...
ODIs. have lost by 1 run:. v New Zealand on Oct 16, 1976-. v West Indies on May 2, 2011-. v SAf on Oct 30, 2013. +. "Safdar Sultani"
ICC have announced the 2014 T20I World Cup fixtures! Group A: England, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, South Africa and [Qualifier 1] Group B: Pakistan, India, Australia, West Indies and [Qualifier 2] | Pakistan will open the tournament in the first game by playing against India on March 21st!!
DRAWN SERIES RESULTS YIELDS NO JOY FOR NEW ZEALAND Every Test counts as teams eye place in the inaugural ICC World Test Championship 2017, where 4 top ranking teams will qualify. A 0-0 drawn series with host Bangladesh has resulted in New Zealand dropping four ratings points, but it has retained its eighth rank on the Reliance ICC Test Team Rankings table. 8th-ranked New Zealand entered the series with 79 ratings points, leading Bangladesh by 69 ratings points. As such, because the rankings are weighted to reflect this difference, Black Caps would have gained just 1 ratings point if it had won both the Tests. Host Bangladesh, ranked 10th, had entered the series with 10 ratings points. The 0-0 series result meant that it gained eight ratings points to end at 18 and thereby reduced the gap with ninth-ranked Zimbabwe to 16. Reliance ICC Test Rankings table. as on 25 October: (Rating) 1. South Africa (135), 2. England (116), 3. India (116). 4. Australia (101), 5. West Indies (99), 6. Pakistan (97), 7. Sri La ...
India favourites to retain World Cup Dubai: With exactly 500 days to go before the first ball is bowled in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, batting wizard Sachin Tendulkar has predicted that the trophy will remain in the subcontinent and India are favourites to retain the title. Tendulkar, who along with Pakistan’s Javed Miandad is the only player to play in six World Cups, hoped that if Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s side successfully defended the title, then it will once again provide tremendous joy to the nation while making it only the third country after the West Indies and Australia to win back-to-back titles. “Along with India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are also good sides,” said the champion batsman, adding: “I am partial towards India and want them to do well. That would be really exciting. It will give so much happiness to the entire nation. “That is something I would want, along with a billion plus people who will also be expecting the same thing to happen,” Tendulkar said in an ICC release Wedne ...
1998 - Bangladesh Winners: South Africa Runners-up: West Indies No. Countries: 9 The first edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, then known as the ICC Knockout Trophy, was staged in Bangladesh. All matches were played at the Bangabandhu Stadium in Dhaka, but the slow and low pitches produced some poor cricket. Severe flooding threatened to cause the whole show to be moved to India, and it only got the go-ahead at the 11th hour. As it was, Dhaka was the third choice after Disneyworld (Florida) and Sharjah. The knock-out format, with eight matches compressed into nine days, fuelled the locals' excitement. Nine teams took part in the event with only eight making it to the quarter-finals. New Zealand played Zimbabwe for the eighth spot and defeated them by five wickets to make it to the last eight. South Africa, Sri Lanka, India and West Indies progressed to the semi-finals. In a rain-affected first semi-final, South Africa defeated Sri Lanka by 92 runs on D/L method. Put into bat, man-of-the-match Jacques Kal ...
It's so weird that I've actually played cricket with the Australian, West Indies, New Zealand and Sri Lankan teams lol
Cricket moves out of England Cricket was introduced to North America via the English colonies in the 17th century,[3] probably before it had even reached the north of England. In the 18th century it arrived in other parts of the globe. It was introduced to the West Indies by colonists[3] and to India by British East India Company mariners in the first half of the century. It arrived in Australia almost as soon as colonisation began in 1788. New Zealand and South Africa followed in the early years of the 19th century.[4] Cricket never caught on in Canada, despite efforts by an imperial-minded elite to promote the game as a way of identifying with the British Empire. Canada, unlike Australia and the West Indies, witnessed a continual decline in the popularity of the game during 1860–1960. Linked to upper class British-Canadian elites, the game never became popular with the general public. In the summer season it had to compete with baseball. During the First World War, Canadian units stationed in Britain ...
Rain forces match into reserve day (Submitted by Sports Journalist) PERSISTENT rain in Port-of-Spain meant play was called off for the day after only 19 overs were bowled during Sri Lanka's innings. The match will continue from the current state on Monday. West Indies, motivated by the appearance of the pitch, chose to field second time in a row, but unlike the previous match where they failed to make an early strike, this time, the bowlers found the right length on the pitch to topple Sri Lanka's top order while keeping their run-scoring in a leash. Kemar Roach was the wrecker-in-chief, bowling a menacing spell upfront and was it not for a long and patient vigil by Lahiru Thirimanne and Kumar Sangakkara, the situation could have been far worse for Sri Lanka. While Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic were slugging it out like it was a hard court on the grass at Wimbledon, the pitch at Queen's Park Oval was offering bounce and expected sideways movement to excite the fast bowlers. Roach's first ball was certain ...
Ashes Englands recipe calls for Onions - Australia at Trent Bridge next week. Durham paceman Onions won the last of his nine Test caps against West Indies at Edgbaston last year. He was joined in the squad by Yorkshire seam-bowling all-rounder Tim Bresnan, who missed the recent home series win over New Zealand in May while he recovered from elbow surgery. Also in the squad were pace trio James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Steven Finn. ...
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Very nice information guys : - Stats: Players who played for two countries in ODIs: 01. Kepler Wessels for Australia (1983-1985) and South Africa (1991-1994) 02. Clayton Lambert for West Indies (1990-1998) and United States for America (2004-2004) 03. Anderson Cummins for West Indies (1991-1995) and Canada (2007-2007) 04. Dougie Brown for England (1997-1998) and Scotland (2006-2007) 05. Ed Joyce for England (2006-2007) and Ireland (2011* -) 06. Eoin Morgan for Ireland (2006-2009) and England (2009*- ) 07. Luke Ronchi for Australia (2008-2008) and New Zealand (2013*- )
Cannibalism: Cannibalism (from Caníbales, the Spanish name for the Carib people,[1] a West Indies tribe formerly well known for their practice of cannibalism)[2] is the act or practice of humans eating the flesh or internal organs of other human beings. It is also called anthropophagy. A person who practices cannibalism is called a cannibal. The expression "cannibalism" has been extended into zoology to mean one individual of a species consuming all or part of another individual of the same species as food, including sexual cannibalism. Cannibalism was widespread in the past among humans in many parts of the world, continuing into the 19th century in some isolated South Pacific cultures, and to the present day in parts of tropical Africa. In a few cases in insular Melanesia, indigenous flesh-markets existed.[3] Fiji was once known as the 'Cannibal Isles'.[4] Cannibalism has been well documented around the world, from Fiji to the Amazon Basin to the Congo to Māori New Zealand.[5] Neanderthals are believe ...
This is for who comparing DADA with DHONI When DADA was a captain, India wasn't the Best Team, there was a beastly Australia, a South African team full of all rounders, New Zealand team full of Match Winners, Pakistan full of Legendary batsman and Bowlers, Sri Lanka full of experienced players, West Indies full of quality bowlers, England full of Talented Lads, And Underdog teams like Bangladesh,Zimbabwe and kenya always ready to put up a fight! Surviving among them was a great feat. Hitting the Best bowlers and picking up wickets of great batsmen is an often Underrated achievement! Right now, Indian team is unbeatable, we are the favourites in all the competitions, We clearly lack competiton. Therefore, Dada contributed to indian cricket what no other captain would have managed! He survived among the fittest. He fought with great will and played against more experienced and talented players than him. never compare DADA with any one ...
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 ...
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
Dashing India face dogged England. Match facts June 23, Edgbaston Start time 1030 (0930 GMT) Big Picture Two years ago, India went to England to play the most anticipated set of matches between the two teams. By the time India reached their last game, England was sick of them and they were sick of England. The tour gave them nothing but defeat , and the fans could hardly wait for the end. At the end of this short and sharp trip, however, India are finally up against England, two of the best sides of the tournament and deserving finalists. India have played sparkling cricket so far, England have been pragmatic, it makes for a good match- up, but it is highly unlikely the fans or the teams will be left asking for more. If England win, they won't even get a day to celebrate; they play New Zealand in a meaningless Twenty20 on Tuesday. If India win, they will most likely be taking the Champions Trophy to the West Indies for an even more meaningless ODI tri-series. We have been given a brief window then to reli ...
1975 The first World Cup final, and a Caribbean coronation. West Indies were always in control against Australia once their captain, Clive Lloyd, belted 102 off only 85 balls. Chasing 291, Australia's work was undone by a succession of run-outs. Three came from brilliant work by Viv Richards in the covers, alone including both Chappells. At 233 for 9 it was as good as over, but Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson jangled one or two nerves, until the fifth and final run-out finished things late on the longest day of the year. The winning margin was 17 runs, 13 of which came from Thomson no-balls. The game, which started at 10.30am, finished at 8.43pm. 1937 One of England's most resilient openers is born. John Edrich's unswerving concentration and fierce self-restraint made him the perfect old-fashioned opener, whose purpose was to see off the new ball and lay a base for the team. Then he would play his strokes. In only his ninth Test, he cracked 310 not out against New Zealand at Headingley, which included a st ...
So...As Expected Pakistan, West Indies, New Zealand, Australia and now South Africa are Out. England and India were always the strongest contenders for the Champions Trophy. Looks like England this year but can't rule out India as well :/
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I wore maroon once that day West Indies were knocked out from the group stage, I wore black that day and New Zealand was ruled out unfortunately and today I wore green. Guess what, the chokers South Africa is out of the Champions Trophy !! Now I won't gonna wear any sort of blue cloth till this event gets to an end ..
India will meet Sri Lanka in the semis. South Africa will meet England in the semis. Where Australia,West Indies,Pakistan and New Zealand will meet.!!??
India, England and Sri Lanka deserve to be in the semis of Champions Trophy 2013. South Africa should consider itself plain lucky to be there and say thank you to Duckworth Lewis system and of course the rain as well. West Indies and New Zealand played well in patches but were hard done by the inclement weather. Australia looked out of sorts without Captain Clarke. And Pakistan deserved to be where they're right now; in hiding; running for cover; thinking where to go! Imran Farhat made sure that team Pakistan didn't spend enough time in England for he convinced his teammates that they were indeed suffering from home sickness!
West Indies went out of the tournament with 1 run difference and New Zealand most likely is going to miss out because of 1 over difference. This is how tightly contested Champions Trophy is this year, because of the format and teams geared up. Except India which has manage to won all games so far (2 warm up and 3 league games), rest all teams are sitting with a difference of almost nothing. Apart from Australia and Sri Lanka, New Zealand fans will also be watching the encounter as if Australia wins and not by huge margin then New Zealand may just get in. Australia always play positive and aggressive cricket but tomorrow they will just have to play extra aggressive and go for the kill. Nothing is going for them in this tournament with the retirement of Ponting-M.Hussey, Clarke’s injury, getting all out for 65 runs in warm up game against India and Warner’s controversy. Perhaps, all of those things might be forgiven by one and all, if Watson shows up tomorrow with one of his mighty huge century and stor ...
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