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New Zealand v West Indies, 3rd Test, Napier, 1st day

Ganga and Lara steady West Indies on truncated day

Mar 24, 2006: A day truncated by a wet outfield and bad light ended with only 27.2 overs being bowled at the McLean Park in Napier as West Indies reached 95 for 1

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

New Zealand v West Indies, 3rd Test, Napier

New Zealand eye SA series, Windies seek redemption

Mar 24, 2006: West Indies are hoping for a massive reversal of fortunes in the third Test while the hosts are looking to pull off a clean sweep

The Friday column

Maestros on the decline, and Pakistan's double-whammy

Mar 24, 2006: Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara and Adam Gilchrist have all been struggling for runs for a while now. Is this their worst slump in international cricket?

S Rajesh

New Zealand v West Indies, 3rd Test, Napier

West Indies 'not tough enough'

Mar 23, 2006: Tony Cozier reports that Stephen Fleming has hinted that West Indies do not pose a tough enough challenge for New Zealand

Tony Cozier in Napier

Bracewell sends out warning

Marshall under pressure to perform

Mar 23, 2006: Hamish Marshall has been instructed by John Bracewell, his coach, to raise his performance in the third Test against West Indies at Napier or face the axe

ESPNcricinfo staff

Eight defeats in eight

King defends struggling West Indies

Mar 21, 2006: West Indies secured an unwanted place in the record books at Wellington, a defeat which underlined how far they have fallen since the halcyon days of the 1980s

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v West Indies, 3rd Test, Napier

Shane Bond back for third Test

Mar 21, 2006: Shane Bond, the New Zealand fast bowler, is fit for the third Test against West Indies beginning at Napier on Saturday

ESPNcricinfo staff

Lara's cup of woe

Prince turns pauper

Mar 20, 2006: The startling slump that has overcome Brian Lara in the first two Tests of the series here prompted conjecture over whether the condition is terminal for the most compelling batsman of his era

Tony Cozier

New Zealand v West Indies, 2nd Test, Wellington, 4th day

New Zealand race to historic victory

Mar 20, 2006: New Zealand clinched the series with an emphatic ten -wicket victory over West Indies in the second Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v West Indies, 2nd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

New Zealand keep a check on proceedings

Mar 19, 2006: New Zealand chipped away with wickets, including the big prize of Brian Lara for 1, to keep a check on West Indies' progress on the third day at Wellington

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v West Indies, 2nd Test, Wellington, 2nd day

New Zealand help themselves to runs aplenty

Mar 18, 2006: A solid batting effort from New Zealand pushed West Indies against the wall on the second day at the Basin Reserve in Wellington

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v West Indies, 2nd Test, Wellington, 1st day

New Zealand leave Windies struggling

Mar 17, 2006: New Zealand took full advantage of being asked to bowl first by reducing West Indies to 182 for 8 on a rain-interrupted first day at the Basin Reserve in Wellington

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v West Indies, 2nd Test, Wellington

West Indies look to break the jinx

Mar 16, 2006: A preview of the second Test between New Zealand and West Indies at the Basin Reserve in Wellington

Jamie Alter

New Zealand v West Indies, 2nd Test, Wellington

Can West Indies clear the psychological hurdle?

Mar 16, 2006: West Indies face a formidable psychological barrier entering the second Test against New Zealand

Tony Cozier

No replacement needed insist West Indies

Sarwan ruled out of rest of series

Mar 14, 2006: West Indies suffered another blow on their already dismal tour of New Zealand when it was decided that Ramnaresh Sarwan would have to return home

Tony Cozier in Auckland

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Auckland

A six to rue

Mar 13, 2006: Chris Gayle may end up ruing hitting a six, a hit that not only lost the ball, but might well have cost his side the game

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Auckland, 5th day

Bond five-for seals New Zealand win

Mar 13, 2006: After the tug-of-war of the first four days, New Zealand ensured that there would be no final West Indies comeback by taking the last two wickets for 17 runs to go up 1-0 in the series

The Bulletin by George Binoy

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Auckland, 4th day

Pacy Bond sets up tantalising finish

Mar 12, 2006: Shane Bond engineered a spectacular collapse to put New Zealand on the verge of victory after West Indies were cruising towards the target on the fourth day at Auckland

The Bulletin by George Binoy

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Auckland, 3rd day

West Indies start well in quest of 291

Mar 11, 2006: On another see-saw day, West Indies consolidated their overnight advantage in the morning, conceded ground to New Zealand in the afternoon, and wrested the initiative back in the final session

The Bulletin by George Binoy

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Auckland, 2nd day

West Indies hit back with crucial wickets

Mar 10, 2006: The advantage swung back and forth on the second day with New Zealand and West Indies balanced on a knife edge as neither team was able to capitalise when they held the upper hand

The Bulletin by George Binoy
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Tour Results
New Zealand v West Indies at Napier - Mar 25-29, 2006
Match drawn
New Zealand v West Indies at Wellington - Mar 17-20, 2006
New Zealand won by 10 wickets
New Zealand v West Indies at Auckland - Mar 9-13, 2006
New Zealand won by 27 runs
New Zealand v West Indies at Auckland - Mar 4, 2006
West Indies won by 3 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
New Zealand v West Indies at Napier - Mar 1, 2006
New Zealand won by 91 runs
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