Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Perth, 3rd day
Nov 15, 2015: Ross Taylor's monumental innings was described as "immense" by New Zealand's batting coach Craig McMillan and "one of the best innings I have seen" by his batting partner Kane Williamson
2003: At Perth, November 30, December 1, 2, 3, 4
2003: At Hobart, November 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
2003: At Brisbane, November 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Dec 4, 2001: By the time the last ball was bowled in this Third Test between Australia and New Zealand, the scoreboard at the WACA Ground in Perth was indicating a draw
Dec 3, 2001: A troubled Australia will start the final day of the Third Test with just eight second innings wickets in tact and thus battling for survival after another six hours of New Zealand dominance at the WACA Ground in Perth today.
Dec 2, 2001: It was down and very nearly out at times, but Shane Warne somehow found a way to hoist a punchdrunk Australia off the canvas on a frenetic third day of the Third Test against New Zealand at the WACA Ground in Perth today
Dec 1, 2001: Australia's cricketers came to the WACA Ground in Perth anticipating early wickets, saw a few deliveries beat the bat early, but left it conquered by a phenomenal partnership between two cool, calculating and experienced New Zealand right handers on
Nov 30, 2001: Australia was given a taste of life without Glenn McGrath as New Zealand briefly took control of the third and deciding cricket Test at the WACA here today.
Nov 30, 2001: A defiant captain with everything to win and a plucky debutant with nothing to lose gave New Zealand hope of an unlikely series triumph over Australia in the third cricket Test today.
Nov 30, 2001: Debutant opener Lou Vincent justified his selection with an unbeaten 86 on day one of the deciding third cricket Test against Australia at the WACA today
Nov 30, 2001: Australia's promising start to the deciding Test against New Zealand soured after just nine overs today when paceman Glenn McGrath left the field with a back strain
Nov 26, 2001: The Perth Test, which begins on Friday, will be the decider in this three-match series between Australia and New Zealand, after rain again hit Hobart to ensure that the Second Test ended in a frustrating draw today.
Nov 25, 2001: Two winners are in prospect on the last day of play in the second rain-affected Australia-New Zealand Test in Hobart tomorrow
Nov 24, 2001: Unless New Zealand suffer two dramatic collapses in Hobart over the next two days the third Test in the series with Australia, starting next week in Perth, looks like providing the deciding match
Nov 23, 2001: There was so lengthy a rain delay that the effect of its batting was largely watered down today
Nov 22, 2001: It was only a moderately overcast day in Hobart, and there certainly weren't enough in the way of ugly clouds to provoke thoughts that a thunderstorm might be approaching
Nov 12, 2001: Australian captain Steve Waugh admitted one blow from New Zealand's Chris Cairns was the difference between a loss and a draw for his team during a dramatic day of high stakes in the first Test at the Gabba today.
Nov 12, 2001: If this is the way this Test series is going to be played, cricket fans are in for a couple of thrilling Tests in Hobart and Perth
Nov 12, 2001: Frustration with the rain, admiration for Chris Cairns' approach, a welcome return from Brett Lee and the slight possibility of some remarkable Australian cricket still producing a result were offered in newspaper assessment of the fourth day of the
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