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Black Caps thrash Pakistan to square the Test Series

Mar 30, 2001: New Zealand achieved a commendable victory over Pakistan in the 3rd and final Test of the National Bank Series, which finished at Hamilton on Friday

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

New Zealand - Pakistan Test Cricket: Lowest Completed Innings Totals

Mar 30, 2001: Pakistan recorded their lowest total in New Zealand on 27th March 2001

Arshad Chughtai

Fleming wants to sort out century skills

Mar 30, 2001: Stephen Fleming's New Zealand team scored more Test centuries in a summer than any other in history but the skipper wasn't among them and says the reason he is going to Middlesex for the winter is to learn how to score centuries

Lynn McConnell

All good fun for Kiwi hitmen

Mar 30, 2001: The record-breaking fourth wicket partnership by Stephen Fleming and Craig McMillan which set up one of the more remarkable days in New Zealand cricket history all came down to the pair having some good fun out in the middle

Lynn McConnell

McMillan wanted six boundaries but didn't know about record

Mar 30, 2001: World record holder for most runs off an over in a Test, New Zealand batsman Craig McMillan didn't know the significance of his achievement during his side's record-breaking victory over Pakistan at Hamilton today

Lynn McConnell

Unhappy first Test as skipper for Inzamam

Mar 30, 2001: Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq was not happy that his first experience in the job resulted in a record-breaking innings and 185-run loss for his side

Lynn McConnell

Record win for New Zealand is worst loss for Pakistan

Mar 30, 2001: New Zealand cricket just got a whole lot tougher to take a record win, and inflict a record loss, over Pakistan after a stunning fourth and final day in Hamilton today

Lynn McConnell

McMillan smashes record with 26 from over

Mar 30, 2001: On the fourth day of the Third Test between New Zealand and Pakistan, WestpacTrust Park in Hamilton saw a sensational outburst of hitting from New Zealand number four Craig McMillan, breaking several long standing records, including most runs from an

Dave Liverman

Avoiding 99 was key for Mark Richardson

Mar 29, 2001: New Zealand Test century maker Mark Richardson had more reason than most to be delighted that he was able to avoid sitting on 99 during his unbeaten innings against Pakistan in Hamilton today

Lynn McConnell

Kiwi odd couple cash in as opportunity knocks

Mar 29, 2001: New Zealand cricket's odd couple, youthful Matthew Bell and born-again, and again, Mark Richardson scored maiden Test centuries and helped their side to a 156-run lead over Pakistan with two days of the third Test remaining

Lynn McConnell

Rain in Hamilton stymies New Zealand

Mar 28, 2001: New Zealand cricket fans have prayed for rain several times over the summer without effect, but when they most needed fine weather, it rained

Lynn McConnell

PCB chairman hints at Inzamam as new captain

Mar 27, 2001: The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Lt Gen Tauqir Zia indicated here that Inzamam-ul-Haq could be the next national team captain

Imran Naeem Ahmad

Pakistan in a perilous situation after 1st innings collapse

Mar 27, 2001: Pakistan's Cricket team, fully infused with fresh blood in the absence of some old stalwarts, collapsed dramatically for a petty score of 104 runs

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

If you want boring, watch the Super 12

Mar 27, 2001: As I was watching the last day of the second Test last week I thought a result wouldn't be possible after another four days of play

Chris Cairns

Saving the best till last New Zealand hope

Mar 27, 2001: In a summer of so much frustration for New Zealand cricket, days like today do a lot to erase the bad memories

Lynn McConnell

Parore claims record but sets sights higher

Mar 27, 2001: It's his at last - Adam Parore owns the New Zealand wicket-keeping record that he says has been in his mind since he first played international cricket

Lynn McConnell

Martin keen for first Test win

Mar 27, 2001: Chris Martin is looking to take part in his first New Zealand Test victory in Hamilton

Lynn McConnell

Moin Khan out of Test, Sami doubtful

Mar 26, 2001: Pakistan captain Moin Khan will not lead his side when it takes the field for the third and final National Bank series Test against New Zealand in Hamilton today

Lynn McConnell

World Round-Up - A feast of Test Cricket in 2000-01

Mar 26, 2001: This is a unique on-going season - eight Test playing nations involved together in four Test Cricket series being held around the world

Arshad Chughtai

Both national anthems to be sung before Hamilton Test

Mar 26, 2001: In a move thought to be a first for Test cricket in New Zealand, the third and final Test in the National Bank series will get under way in Hamilton tomorrow morning with a powerful rendition of both the New Zealand and Pakistan National Anthems

New Zealand Cricket
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