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148dThe Bulletin by Marc Ellison

Ryder, McCullum help NZ level series

A wonderful opening partnership of 130 from Jesse Ryder (62) and Brendon McCullum (59) proved the difference for New Zealand as they won the second Twenty20 international against West Indies at Hamilton by 36 runs, thus levelling the series 1-1.

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Match Details

Toss

New Zealand , elected to bat first

Player Of The Match

Series result

2-match series drawn 1-1

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

17.00 start, First Session 17.00-18.15, Interval 18.15-18.35, Second Session 18.35-19.55

Match days

28 December 2008 - day/night match (20-over match)

T20I debut

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Match Referee

END OF OVER:
20 | (wicket maiden) | WI: 155/7 (37 runs required, RR: 7.75)

  • SJ Benn0 (3b)
  • JE Taylor0 (0b)
  • JS Patel2-1-12-2

And a double wicket maiden in the last over for Patel

19.6
0
Patel to Benn, no run, spins in off the pads
19.5
0
Patel to Benn, no run, defended away to point
19.4
0
Patel to Benn, no run, blocked to mid-off
19.3
W
Patel to Pollard, OUT, attacks the half volley on leg-stump and Ryder is waiting underneath it at long-off to claim the catch
19.2
0
Patel to Pollard, no run, flighted in on his toes and prodded to midwicket
19.1
W
Patel to Ramdin, OUT, full toss which Ramdin goes after and scoops it high up in the air to Taylor at long-off who takes the catch with ease

West Indies 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st5RR SarwanCH Gayle
2nd44RR SarwanXM Marshall
3rd15S ChanderpaulRR Sarwan
4th23RR SarwanSE Findlay
5th0RR SarwanKA Pollard
6th68D RamdinKA Pollard
7th0JE TaylorKA Pollard
8th0SJ BennJE Taylor
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  • Ryder, McCullum help NZ level series

    A wonderful opening partnership of 130 from Jesse Ryder (62) and Brendon McCullum (59) proved the difference for New Zealand as they won the second Twenty20 international against West Indies at Hamilton by 36 runs, thus levelling the series 1-1.