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Australia inflicted a crushing innings defeat on New Zealand with a day to spare in the first Test in Wellington when they dismissed the home side for 327
Adam Voges is revelling in his luck after a game-breaking 239 against New Zealand following an umpiring blunder in the first Test in Wellington
First Test: McCullum's cup of woes spills over in 100th Test as Voges-powered Australia turn the screws on NZ
At stumps on Day 3, New Zealand were 178-4 in their second innings, requiring a further 201 to make Australia bat again.
Adam Voges boosted his Test average to more than 100 on Saturday as he and Usman Khawaja scored centuries to set Australia up for a huge lead in the first Test against New Zealand.
Umpire Richard Illingworth signalled a no-ball when Australia batsman Adam Voges was bowled by Doug Bracewell in first Test. TV replays, however, confirmed it was a legitimate delivery.
Skipper Steve Smith and Adam Voges reached more career milestones Sunday as Australia tightened their grip over the hapless West Indies in the second Test in Melbourne.
Recalled paceman James Pattinson claimed five wickets as the West Indies succumbed to a dispiriting innings and 212-run loss to Australia on the third day of the first Test in Hobart on Saturday.
Adam Voges and Shaun Marsh pounded tons in a triple-century unbroken stand to crush the dispirited West Indies and put Australia in immediate command of the first Test in Hobart on Thursday.
At the close, Australia were 258 for two in their second innings, with Smith on 131 and Voges on 101, for an overall lead of 193.
“It’s been a perfect three days,” Voges said at the victory presentation.
Adam Voges made his belated Test debut a memorable occasion with a composed, unbeaten hundred which put Australia in command at stumps on the second day of the first Test against West Indies in Dominica on Thursday.
A disciplined Chennai Super Kings on Saturday produced an all-round effort to defeat Perth Scorchers by 13 runs and brighten their hopes of earning a semifinal berth in the Oppo Champions League Twenty20.
Australia's Perth Scorchers, boasting many a proven performer in their ranks, will start as favorites when they take on South African team Dolphins in a clash of two non-IPL teams in the Champion League Twenty20.
The first Twenty20 game between the two sides is scheduled on October 10 at Rajkot before the commencement of the seven-ODI series at Pune on October 13.