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Day 4

744dThe Report by Andrew McGlashan

New Zealand ease to series victory

New Zealand suffered few alarms as they eased to an eight-wicket victory in Hamilton to claim the series 2-0. It was their first series victory over a top-eight nation since they beat the same opposition in 2006

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

New Zealand show signs of a revival

New Zealand's first Test innings in 2013 saw them fold for 45. However, their series win against West Indies, with an emphatic victory in Hamilton, has capped off a year that has seen the Test team regroup impressively from the early lows

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

'Some careers are on the line' - Sammy

Darren Sammy has conceded that careers could be on the line after West Indies' 2-0 series defeat, including his own position as captain

Day 3

744dThe Report by Abhishek Purohit

WI blown away in a session for 103

West Indies' entire second innings lasted less than a session after tea on the third day in Hamilton, leaving New Zealand a target of 122

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

Routine unravelling of batting costs West Indies

On this Hamilton pitch, the in-form Sunil Narine would have been looking forward to defending a decent total for West Indies, but in typical fashion their batsmen have let the bowlers down

Day 2

744dAndrew McGlashan

Supporting WI for almost 50 years

West Indian supporters have been few and far between in New Zealand, but in the shade on the Hamilton boundary one recalls his years of following the team

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

Spin gives West Indies early foothold

There was a certain tentativeness to New Zealand's approach on a pitch that has taken both sides by surprise, aiding spin on the second day. Sunil Narine has given his side the chance to drive the advantage

Day 1

744dThe Report by Abhishek Purohit

Ramdin, Chanderpaul revive WI

Denesh Ramdin and Shivnarine Chanderpaul stunned New Zealand with a sixth-wicket partnership of 200 to revive West Indies to 289 for 6 from 86 for 5

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

Ramdin helps pull WI back from the brink

Responding to their captain's call, Denesh Ramdin and Shivnarine Chanderpaul lifted West Indies to respectability on the first day in Hamilton. However, their fightback didn't hide the flaws in the West Indies batting

Others

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

Lucky to have a world-class bowling line-up - McCullum

Brendon McCullum believes that New Zealand are developing a world-class outfit of bowlers in which to utilise over the next few years as they aim to improve over their current No. 8 Test ranking

744dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

West Indies pin hopes on Narine

It sums up the situation West Indies find themselves in that their main hope of squaring the series against New Zealand appears to rest with a bowler who averages nearly 50 in Test cricket

New Zealand 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st33PG FultonHD Rutherford
2nd83KS WilliamsonHD Rutherford
3rd8LRPL TaylorHD Rutherford