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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2005-06

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First Test

Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2005-06

2006: Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2005-06

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Series Review

Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2005-06

2006: Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2005-06

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2005-06 domestic schedule announced

New Zealand welcome Twenty20

Aug 29, 2005: New Zealand have joined the Twenty20 bandwagon by introducing a tournament for the 2005-06 domestic season

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Videocon triangular series

Zimbabwe gear up for tough one-day series

Aug 20, 2005: Zimbabwe is hoping that Kevin Curran, the new coach, will be able to inspire an improved performance from the team in the upcoming one-day series

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The Friday column

Jones-Bond on the hunt, and Fleming's feat

Aug 19, 2005: Simon Jones and Shane Bond join the 50-wicket club, while Stephen Fleming gets to a milestone as well

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New Zealand in Zimbabwe

Cairns slams Zimbabwe performance

Aug 19, 2005: Chris Cairns has severely criticised Zimbabwe's pathetic performance after they lost the Test series to New Zealand

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New Zealand in Zimbabwe 2005

Easy series but several questions remain

Aug 18, 2005: Andrew McLean explains what New Zealand might have learnt after crushing Zimbabwe in the Test series

New Zealand View by Andrew McLean

Shane Bond returns in style

'I'm fitter, stronger, and a smarter cricketer'

Aug 18, 2005: Returning to Test cricket after a 28-month layoff, Shane Bond was delighted with his performances in the two-Test series in Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 3rd day

New Zealand seal win as Zimbabwe capitulate

Aug 17, 2005: New Zealand wrapped up the second Test by an innings and 46 runs to win the series 2-0

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 3rd day

Streak fit to resume

Aug 17, 2005: Heath Streak will be able to bowl on the third day at Queens Sports Club after missing much of the second day because of a groin injury

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 2nd day

Vincent and Astle make hay

Aug 16, 2005: New Zealand enjoyed their expected run glut against the Zimbabwe bowling

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 1st day

Absentee spectators

Aug 15, 2005: The people of Bulawayo did not seem to know that there was even an international cricket match going as the second Test got underway

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 1st day

Taibu leads fightback after Bond onslaught

Aug 15, 2005: Shane Bond grabbed 6 for 51 but Zimbabwe showed courage to battle back from 75 for 6 to close the first day in a reasonable position

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo

Zimbabwe face another hard lesson

Aug 14, 2005: New Zealand have retained the same XI which thrashed Zimbabwe by an innings and 294 in the first Test at Harare for the second and final Test

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bulawayo

Ebrahim admits the cupboard is bare

Aug 10, 2005: Zimbabwe will stick to the same batting line-up that crashed twice in one day in the first Test

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 1st Test, Harare

Leading Zimbabwe journalist slams performance

Aug 8, 2005: Even Zimbabwe's government-backed Herald newspaper appears to have had enough

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 1st Test, Harare, 2nd day

Fleming: 'I'm not sure it's good for the game'

Aug 8, 2005: 'It's good for us, but I'm not sure it's good for the game,' reflected Stephen Fleming after New Zealand's win

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 1st Test, Harare, 2nd day

Hopeless Zimbabwe crushed inside two days

Aug 8, 2005: Zimbabwe were bowled out twice in a day to lose the opening Test against New Zealand by an innings and 294 runs

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Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 1st Test, Harare, 1st day

Vettori and McCullum smash centuries

Aug 7, 2005: Centuries from Daniel Vettori and Brendon McCullum put New Zealand in charge of the first Test

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Tour Results
India v New Zealand at Harare - Sep 6, 2005
New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
India v New Zealand at Harare - Sep 2, 2005
India won by 6 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v New Zealand at Harare - Aug 31, 2005
New Zealand won by 27 runs
India v New Zealand at Bulawayo - Aug 26, 2005
New Zealand won by 51 runs
Zimbabwe v New Zealand at Bulawayo - Aug 24, 2005
New Zealand won by 192 runs
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