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New Zealand A v England Lions, 1st unofficial Test, 4th day

Teams play out high-scoring draw

Mar 4, 2009: The first unofficial Test in Queenstown ended in a high-scoring draw as England Lions helped themselves to batting practice after wrapping up New Zealand A for 430

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New Zealand A v England Lions, 1st unofficial Test, 3rd day

How powers New Zealand A to 375

Mar 3, 2009: Captain Jamie How led from the front with a patient 161 as New Zealand A piled on the runs in Queenstown. Wicketkeeper Peter Ingram and James Franklin provided support with fifties as the hosts finished strongly on a luckless day for the England Lions

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England Lions in New Zealand 2008-09

How to captain New Zealand A

Feb 24, 2009: Jamie How will lead the New Zealand A side for the first of two four-day matches against England Lions in Queenstown

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West Indies in New Zealand 2008-09

Guptill replaces How for last two ODIs

Jan 8, 2009: Jamie How has been dropped from the New Zealand squad for the last two ODIs of the five-match series against West Indies

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West Indies in New Zealand 2008-09

Broom included in NZ squad for first two ODIs

Dec 28, 2008: Batsman Neil Broom is the only new face in the 13-man New Zealand side to take on West Indies in the first two ODIs of the five-match series. Broom, 25, will be replacing Scott Styris, who broke a thumb in the first Twenty20 against the West Indies on Bo

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

Big score is an innings away - How

Dec 14, 2008: Jamie How, the New Zealand opener, has said criticism over his selection for the Test series against West Indies did not bother him and despite low scores in Dunedin he felt he was in good form

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Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Vettori seeks more application from batsmen

Dec 1, 2008: It's a huge contrast between the New Zealand captain and his Australian counterpart, Ricky Ponting. A disappointing loss in the two-Test series has seen New Zealand slip to eighth on the ICC Test rankings, while Australia have received the perfect impetus

Brydon Coverdale at the Adelaide Oval

New South Wales v New Zealanders, Sydney, 1st day

How shines but New Zealand struggle

Nov 13, 2008: Jamie How returned to form spectacularly but the rest of his batting colleagues failed just as emphatically on the first day of New Zealand's only tour match ahead of the first Test

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ICC rankings

Oram climbs to No. 1 in ODI allrounder rankings

Oct 15, 2008: Jacob Oram's series-winning performance with both bat and ball against Bangladesh has propelled him to the top of the ICC ODI allrounder rankings, ahead of England's Andrew Flintoff and Pakistan's Shoaib Malik

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New Zealand in Bangladesh 2008-09

How keen to start converting starts

Sep 30, 2008: Jamie How is hoping for some long stays at the crease on the upcoming tour of Bangladesh as he aims to shelve a frustrating reputation for failing to convert starts

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New Zealand - Marks out of ten

Fighting against the tide

Jun 9, 2008: Cricinfo assess the performance of the New Zealand players after their 2-0 series defeat against England

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England v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Trent Bridge, 2nd day

Wrong order wastes McCullum

Jun 6, 2008: New Zealand's performance on the second day at Trent Bridge was when their resolve finally betrayed them, but also one that exposed a bold gamble as a failure

Will Luke at Trent Bridge

New Zealand in England 2008

Bracewell has no plans to change batting line-up

May 28, 2008: John Bracewell, the New Zealand coach, has confirmed the side would retain the same batting line-up for the third and final Test at Trent Bridge starting June 5, despite their six-wicket defeat at Old Trafford

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New Zealand in England 2008

Ryder ruled out of one-day series

May 27, 2008: New Zealand have been dealt another injury blow after Jesse Ryder, their hard-hitting opening batsman, was ruled out of the one-day series against England. He has failed to recover from the severed tendon he suffered when he put his hand through a toilet

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England v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Old Trafford, 1st day

New Zealand resist knock-out attempt

May 23, 2008: The second Test at Old Trafford was meant to be the moment that England started to land some heavy punches, but although they have made New Zealand stagger the knock-out blow is still missing

Andrew McGlashan at Old Trafford

England v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Old Trafford, 1st day

Fifteenth time lucky

May 23, 2008: The plays of the first day between England and New Zealand at Old Trafford

Andrew McGlashan at Old Trafford

England v New Zealand, 1st Test, Lord's, 5th day

Umpires find that swinging thing

May 19, 2008: Plays of the day from the fifth day of the first Test at Lord's

Andrew Miller at Lord's

England Lions v New Zealanders, The Rose Bowl, 4th day

How and Redmond seal draw

May 11, 2008: Aaron Redmond completed an impressive build-up to the first Test against England with 64 to go alongside his first-innings 146 as the New Zealanders secured a draw against England Lions at The Rose Bowl

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Kent v New Zealanders, Canterbury, 3rd day

How happy with curtailed workout

Apr 30, 2008: No play was possible on the final day of New Zealand's three-day warm-up against Kent at Canterbury, after heavy overnight rain had left the outfield saturated

Andrew Miller at Canterbury

Kent v New Zealanders, Canterbury, 2nd day

How and Marshall find form for Kiwis

Apr 29, 2008: Jamie How and James Marshall helped themselves to some important time in the middle as New Zealand reached 76 for 1 by tea on a rain-interrupted second day against Kent

Andrew Miller at Canterbury
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