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Martin Guptill punches off the back foot through point

Zimbabwe A v New Zealanders, Tour match, Harare, 1st day

New Zealanders' batsmen get workout on first warm-up day

The New Zealanders' batting line-up notched up four half-centuries on a solid day for the tourists against a Zimbabwe A attack who went without much reward on the first day of the tour match in Harare

Mike Hesson at New Zealand's pink-ball training camp

New Zealand in Zimbabwe 2016

Hesson urges batsmen to 'commit to plans' in Zimbabwe

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has said that bowling Zimbabwe out twice on what is expected to be a slow and low Bulawayo surface will be a challenge ahead of his side's two-Test tour

Graeme Cremer was the most economical of Zimbabwe's bowlers

New Zealand in Zimbabwe 2016

Zimbabwe still in search of best Test XI

Zimbabwe's series against New Zealand and Sri Lanka will be as much about figuring out their best candidates for the Test level as it will be about getting enough game time

Sean Williams ended Mohammad Shahzad's blitz

Zimbabwe news

Forty-over Zimbabwe Premier League announced

Zimbabwe Cricket have announced a Premier League, a forty-over competition involving eight clubs, which will be played as a conventional league, with no final, and a winner declared after seven rounds

South Africa celebrate the fall of a wicket

South Africa's impending freelancer problem

Increasing numbers of top-level players are considering becoming T20 pros. The weak national economy and CSA's transformation policy only provide them with added incentive

Kruger van Wyk scored an unbeaten half-century

New Zealand news

Van Wyk helps New Zealand acclimatise to South Africa

South Africa may find their home advantage somewhat eroded next month, when they take on a New Zealand side that will have had a lengthy training camp at the University of Pretoria's High Performance Centre

HD Ackerman acknowledges after completing a ton

South Africa news

CSA cuts Ackerman as host for awards ceremony

CSA has removed former South Africa batsman HD Ackerman as the host of its upcoming annual awards ceremony in a bid to to avoid "further potential negative comments" around his announcement that he was emigrating to Australia in September