New Zealand in West Indies 2014
Samuel Badree speaks to the media about the upcoming two-match T20 series between West Indies and New Zealand
- Players/Officials : Samuel Badree
Tom Latham somehow managed to grab the ball at short-leg for the wicket of Joe Root in New Zealand's second Test match against England, at Headingley | Jun 2, 2015
New Zealand took five wickets in the morning session on day five in their second Test against England, at Headingley | Jun 2, 2015
43.5 KS Williamson to BA Stokes, out, quicker outside off, Stokes rocks back to cut and edges behind! This has skidded on and bounced a little and taken a thin top edge to Ronchi who has clung on very well there and just when England were on the st | Jun 2, 2015
40.4 TG Southee to BA Stokes, 4 runs, around the wicket, short outside off and Stokes whacks it over extra-cover, well put away | Jun 2, 2015
39.2 MD Craig to BA Stokes, 4 runs, touch short now and cut backward of point for four | Jun 2, 2015
37.1 MD Craig to BA Stokes, 4 runs, floated right up around off stump, Stokes drives through mid-off, no fielder there, long chase back for short extra-cover but can't get there | Jun 2, 2015
35.2 MD Craig to BA Stokes, 4 runs, tad short and Stokes is back in a flash to cut out past cover | Jun 2, 2015
32.2 TA Boult to BA Stokes, 4 runs, too straight and Stokes times a nice flick wide of long leg | Jun 2, 2015
27.6 MD Craig to JE Root, out, another turn to leg and this is now taken at short leg! Hoho, what a catch, this has come straight off the face of the bat and Tom Latham has taken it straight on the chest before clinging on. Slightly fortunate reall | Jun 2, 2015
Azhar Ali, Hamilton Masakadza and Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore reflect on the three-match ODI series in Pakistan
New Zealand's BJ Watling believes that his side can continue their strong performance against England and win the 2nd Test at Headingley ...
England batsman Joe Root praised the performance of the Black Caps after the fourth day of their 2nd Test against New Zealand at Headingl...
New Zealand opening says they always look to play as positively as they can, meaning they don't have to force a run rate.
England bowling coach says that New Zealand's aggressive batting hadn't allowed England to bowl the length they want.
The New Zealand offspinner was pleased with how the last session went for his side as they claimed three wickets with the second new ball
Adam Lyth regretted taking the run that proved his downfall after a superb hundred but still savoured a special day on his homeground
The England captain reflects on breaking Graham Gooch's record as leading Test run scorer
Zimbabwe batsman Sikandar Raza said scoring well against a Test nation, and from an unfamiliar No. 5 position, pleased him and thanked th...