New Zealand in West Indies ODI Series - 3rd ODI

West Indies v New Zealand

New Zealand won by 88 runs

5.2

Russell to Flynn, no run, and begins with a defensive shot towards mid-off

5.3

Russell to Flynn, no run, short of a length, gives him a bit of room, and he goes after it. Smith, though, dives to his right at point, and concedes no run

5.4

Russell to Flynn, no run, looks to run this behind square, and this time Sammy at gull dives to his right to deny Flynn

5.5

Russell to Flynn, 1 run, nearly a run-out. Flicked to fine leg, Flynn always wants a second, but as he turns back he sees Rampaul has already swooped on it, and he sends Nicol back, who dives full length to save his wicket

New Zealand 25/1   DR Flynn 1* (4b)

6.1

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, lenght ball, middle and leg, pushed to leg

6.2

Rampaul to Flynn, FOUR, length ball, gives him a bit of space to drive, and he places it between mid-off and extra cover

6.3

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, short of a length, on the pads, beaten for pace, hit on the pad

6.4

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, heavy ball, short of a length, hits the sticker of the bat outside off

6.5

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, fuller, outside off, defended towards cover

6.6

Rampaul to Flynn, 2 runs, nicely worked away off the pads, wide of deep midwicket for a couple

New Zealand 31/1   DR Flynn 7* (10b 1x4)

7.3

Russell to Flynn, no run, looking to pull but is too early into the shot, and cues it towards mid-off

7.4

Russell to Flynn, FOUR, plum half-volley on off, and he has driven it down the ground and along the ground, between mid-off and Russell. Picked the slower ball early, and waited for it to arrive

7.5

Russell to Flynn, no run, short of a length, on leg, pushed off the front foot towards mid-off

7.6

Russell to Flynn, SIX, that's No. 2. This ground promises some carnage. Short of a length, and he sets himself up, goes across the line, and pull-swipes it over midwicket for an easy six. Just before this delivery, Ian Bishop said he wouldn't want to bowl on this ground. who can argue?

New Zealand 42/1   DR Flynn 17* (14b 2x4 1x6)

8.3

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, short of a length, middle and leg, heading towards off, defended off the back foot

8.4

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, defended off the back foot, no room again

8.5

Rampaul to Flynn, FOUR, too full now, and he push-drives this half-volley to the right of Rampaul and left of mid-off. This is looking ridiculously easy

8.6

Rampaul to Flynn, no run, short of a length, no room, defended to cover

New Zealand 48/1   DR Flynn 21* (18b 3x4 1x6)

9.2

Bravo to Flynn, 1 run, square-drive from Flynn as he gets a wide length ball, but Smith makes another diving save at point

9.4

Bravo to Flynn, 1 wide, wide length ball, angling away, and called wide

9.4

Bravo to Flynn, 1 wide, another big wide outside off, starting too wide and angling it away

9.4

Bravo to Flynn, 1 run, length ball, wide, this time he gets bat on ball and takes a single to deep point

New Zealand 54/1   DR Flynn 23* (20b 3x4 1x6)

10.3

Narine to Flynn, 1 run, flat, short of a length, on the pads, 86ks, worked away for an easy single

10.6

Narine to Flynn, 1 run, offbreak, starts outside leg for left-hand batsman, worked away. Not much intrigue from Narine in the first over

New Zealand 67/1   DR Flynn 25* (22b 3x4 1x6)

11.1

Bravo to Flynn, no run, length ball outside off, angling away, beats the drive

11.2

Bravo to Flynn, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, punched square for a single

New Zealand 68/1   DR Flynn 26* (24b 3x4 1x6)

12.1

Narine to Flynn, no run, offbreak, starts outside off, left alone

12.2

Narine to Flynn, no run, this one starts on middle and leg, takes a thick edge past slip

12.3

Narine to Flynn, 1 run, swept behind square, along the ground, gets a single

12.6

Narine to Flynn, 1 run, offbreak, starts from outside leg, worked towards square leg where Pollard nearly runs into the umpire. Surely that's not what the umpires signed for

New Zealand 71/1   DR Flynn 28* (28b 3x4 1x6)

13.1

Bravo to Flynn, no run, short of a length, outside off, pushed towards mid-off

13.2

Bravo to Flynn, no run, length ball, outside off, left alone

13.3

Bravo to Flynn, OUT, what a way to get out. This would have been called a wide had he not edged it. It's really wide outside off, and he has done well to reach it on the drive, but all he manages is an edge. He will be kicking himself for that. You don't get such flat wickets and small fields every day

DR Flynn c †Ramdin b Bravo 28 (38m 31b 3x4 1x6) SR: 90.32

New Zealand 71/2   DR Flynn 28 (31b 3x4 1x6)
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Jul 11, 2012

The West Indies team hand over a cheque to Runako Morton's widow, West Indies v New Zealand, 3rd ODI, Basseterre, July 11, 2012

The West Indies team hand over a cheque to Runako Morton's widow

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Jul 11, 2012

Marlon Samuels was run out for 11, West Indies v New Zealand, 3rd ODI, Basseterre, July 11, 2012

Marlon Samuels was run out for 11

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