New Zealand batsman Roger Twose gets off the mark after 15 balls in awkward fashion, after failing to raise his bat out of the line of a ball from Pakistan opening bowler Wasim Akram in time, deflecting it down to third man. Twose went on to score 42. 4th One-Day International: New Zealand v Pakistan at Jade Stadium, Christchurch, 25 February 2001. © Photosport

  • Feb 25, 2001

    Twose swings and misses to be bowled by Azhar © Photosport

  • Feb 22, 2001

    Inzamam top edges a cut to be caught by Twose © Photosport

  • Feb 22, 2001

    Waqar celebrates the dismissal of Twose caught behind by Moin © Photosport

  • Feb 21, 2001

    Shoaib fires a missile to Twose shortly before limping off © AFP

  • Feb 16, 2001

    Roger Twose : Informal Portrait © ESPNcricinfo Ltd

  • Feb 11, 2001

    Franklin high-fives Twose to celebrate dismissal of de Silva © Photosport

  • Feb 11, 2001

    Twose high-fives Tuffey for dismissing Sangakkara © Photosport

  • Feb 8, 2001

    Twose is stumped by Kaluwitharana © Photosport

  • Feb 3, 2001

    Twose jumps at the crease to defend a short rising ball © Photosport

  • Nov 23, 2000

    Roger Twose - Portrait © New Zealand Cricket

  • Nov 6, 2000

    Twose punches the ball of the back foot towards point © AFP

  • Nov 2, 2000

    Twose drives the ball past the bowler Pollock © AFP

  • Oct 27, 2000

    Roger Twose at the crease in Nairobi © ESPNcricinfo Ltd

  • Oct 26, 2000

    Roger Twose batting against Pakistan © ESPNcricinfo Ltd

  • Oct 26, 2000

    Roger Twose , a star for New Zealand at the ICC KO © ESPNcricinfo Ltd

  • Oct 24, 2000

    Roger Twose defends against a short pitched delivery © AFP

  • Oct 24, 2000

    New Zealand batsman Roger Twose is clean bowled © AFP

  • Oct 15, 2000

    Dahiya displays quick reflexes to stump Roger Twose © ESPNcricinfo Ltd