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Cairns' Hamilton holdout

Dec 17, 2013: Campbell and Griffith smashed hundreds as West Indies cruised to 276 for no loss on the opening day. Then came the fightback

Interviews by Andrew McGlashan

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Almanack shows what consistency is all about

Oct 9, 2000: 2000 New Zealand Cricket Almanack, in association with SKY Television

Lynn McConnell

Hunt for perfection will make New Zealand more effective

Sep 21, 2000: If New Zealand can score 465 runs with such a mixture of batting as it did in setting a record total against Zimbabwe in the second Test at Harare, what is it capable of when getting everything together

Lynn McConnell

Kiwi cricketers produce last day gold medal effort

Sep 17, 2000: Too often in New Zealand's cricket history sides have got themselves into winning positions only to fail ram the advantage home

Lynn McConnell

Rain grants WI a reprieve

Dec 20, 1999: The West Indian cricketers may have sang as the rain foiled a strong New Zealand bid for victory on the fourth day of the first cricket Test at WestpacTrust Park yesterday

Don Cameron

The West Indies Cricket Team: Excellence in Ineptness

Dec 20, 1999: One Sports Radio headline suggested: "New Zealand crush West Indies by 9 wickets." Considering the relative positions of the two teams after Day 1 of the 1st Test, this headline seems as if it came from the Twilight Zone

Colin Croft

New Zealand win the First Test

Dec 20, 1999: One big question arises from the first New Zealand-West Indies at Hamilton: how could the team ending the first day at 282 for one lose the match

Chris Rosie

Cozier on Cricket: WI fail to seize moment

Dec 19, 1999: Not many teams bat themselves into such a formidable position on the first day of a Test

Tony Cozier

Test hangs in the balance

Dec 19, 1999: A late wicket-taking rally led by Reon King allowed the West Indies to get back to even terms with New Zealand by the end of the third day of the first cricket Test at WestpacTrust Park yesterday

Don Cameron

Rain does not prevent West Indies embarrassment

Dec 19, 1999: Rain had the final say on the fourth day of the Hamilton test but not before the New Zealand bowlers had reasserted the dominance they had established over the West Indies batsman on the second day

Chris Rosie

WI fall away

Dec 18, 1999: The West Indian cricketers who had pride of place in the Lord Mayor's parade on the first day of this first Test against New Zealand finished the journey on the dust-cart yesterday

Don Cameron

Day Three, The best day of the Test so far

Dec 18, 1999: New Zealand started the 3rd day at 113-3, with their composed captain, Steven Flemming, 18 not out overnight, and night-watchman Daniel Vettori on 5 not out, the team needing to bat well but under some pressure

Colin Croft

New Zealand take first innings lead on day three

Dec 18, 1999: New Zealand will look back on the third day of the Hamilton test against the West Indies and reflect on what might have been

Chris Rosie

Record stand

Dec 17, 1999: The fabulous Barbadian and West Indies batting 'firm' of Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes was followed splendidly by a most promising junior partnership yesterday

Don Cameron

New Zealand resurge on day two

Dec 17, 1999: What a day for New Zealand at Hamilton

Chris Rosie

Calypso collapso again! It might still be good for the West Indies

Dec 17, 1999: I got an e-mail of warning from a friend associated with aviation after the first day's play in this first Test match between the West Indies and New Zealand

Colin Croft

West Indies openers in command on day one

Dec 16, 1999: The first scoring shot said virtually everything about the opening day of the first New Zealand test at Hamilton: a loosener from Dion Nash wide outside West Indies opener Sherwin Campbell's off stump casually flicked high over point for four

Chris Rosie

What a start for the West Indies!

Dec 16, 1999: On the first day of this first Test match against New Zealand, Adrian Griffith, in his fourth Test, and his more seasoned partner, Sherwin Campbell, in his 35th Test, did a few things and even set some new records along the way

Colin Croft

First Test Preview: New Zealand v West Indies

Dec 15, 1999: As if to emulate each other, both teams to contest this 1st Test have some injury worries

Colin Croft
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