New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson rewarded with central contract after impressive debut series against India
Towering pace bowler Kyle Jamieson has been rewarded for an impressive debut series against India earlier this year by being awarded a central contract by New Zealand Cricket (NZC) for the next 12 months.
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Veteran batsman Ross Taylor has won the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal as New Zealand’s cricket player of the year, claiming the top award for the third time in its 10-year history.
Skipper Kane Willamson was on Thursday named the men's ODI Player of the Year at the annual New Zealand Cricket awards for his stellar performance throughout the year.
Opener Tom Latham has won the Redpath Cup as New Zealand’s best batsman, breaking a seven-year streak in which the trophy was won by either Kane Williamson or Ross Taylor.
New Zealand pacer Matt Henry's county contract with Kent mutually withdrawn due to COVID-19 pandemic
New Zealand pacer Matt Henry's contract with Kent Cricket for the first seven matches of this season's County Championship has been mutually withdrawn due to the rapidly-spreading COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Iain O'Brien gets emotional after raising money via crowdfunding to return home to UK
Iain O'Brien couldn't hold back tears after mustering enough money via crowd-funding to book his way back home. The ex-New Zealand pacer decided to seek donations to arrange the money for his ticket after three of his flights were cancelled.
Brendon McCullum regrets fallout with Ross Taylor, describes it as a 'bad stain for New Zealand cricket'
Describing his fallout with Ross Taylor a "bad stain for New Zealand cricket", former skipper Brendon McCullum attributed it to a race for captaincy between the two in 2011 and admitted that they still aren't the best of friends despite mutual respect.
Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins feels lucky that cricket is not an out-an-out contact sport at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the sporting calendar, not even sparing his own game.
Australia vs New Zealand: David Warner, bowlers headline hosts' clinical win in first ODI in spectator-less Sydney Cricket Ground
Australia beat New Zealand by 71 runs in the first one-day international in front of 48,000 empty seats at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday as precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus hit home Down Under.
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli and Co. fail with the bat once again as Black Caps take control of second Test
India's top-order frittered away a golden chance with another shoddy batting as New Zealand regained complete control after Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah's hostile fast-bowling spell had given the visitors a slender first-innings lead in the second Test
India vs New Zealand, Highlights, 2nd Test in Christchurch, Day 2, Full Cricket Score: Visitors lead by 97 runs in second innings at stumps
Latest Updates, 2nd Test, Day 2 India vs New Zealand: Boult rattles the stumps with a vicious inswinger once again, this time dismissing Yadav for 1 with India losing their sixth wicket in the process. Out walks Rishabh Pant at No 8, and he gets off the mark right away with a single. A run and a wicket from the over, and that will be all for today.India crumble to 90/6 at stumps after yet another batting collapse, with Vihari and Pant batting on 5 and 1 respectively.
India vs New Zealand: Most dismissals were due to batsmen's errors, not pitch, says Hanuma Vihari after first day's play
Hanuma Vihari on Saturday said poor shot selection led to India getting bowled out for a below-par 242 against New Zealand on a "fair pitch", dealing a blow to their hopes of a comeback in the two-Test series.
India vs New Zealand: Prithvi Shaw skips practice with swollen foot, call on his availability for 2nd Test to be taken on Friday
Young opener Prithvi Shaw missed Thursday's training session due to a swelling on his left foot, increasing Indian team management's worries ahead of the second Test against New Zealand beginning on Saturday.
India vs New Zealand: Bouncing back isn't a term we use, says Kane Williamson on victorious recovery after Australia debacle
The perfect execution of plans against India has pleased New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, but he refused to term his team's 10-wicket win as "bouncing back" from their 0-3 debacle against Australia.
India vs New Zealand: We can't help if people make a mountain out of one defeat, says Virat Kohli after 10-wicket loss
After the 10-wicket defeat, Virat Kohli said: "For some people, it might be the end of the world but it's not. For us, it's a game of cricket that we lost and we move on and keep our heads high."
India vs New Zealand: Tim Southee, Trent Boult run riot as hosts win by 10 wickets; Virat Kohli and Co lose first match in WTC
New Zealand beat India by 10 wickets in the opening Test, finishing the game with one full day and a half to spare for a 1-0 lead in the two-match series on Monday.
India vs New Zealand: Trent Boult says targeting Virat Kohli with short balls was key to dismissing Indian skipper
Kohli made 19 off 43 balls before trying to hook a Boult bouncer only to be caught by wicket-keeper BJ Watling, providing New Zealand with an opportunity to close the Test match on the fourth day.
India vs New Zealand, Highlights, 1st Test Day 3 at Wellington: Rahane, Vihari dig in to guide visitors to 114 for 4 at Stumps
Latest Updates, 1st Test, Day 3 India vs New Zealand: Jamieson with the ball. He's bowling around the stumps, targetting Vihari with short stuff. The batsman is happy to let the balls got the keeper. He gets the bat to a short ball and it's in the air but falls short of leg gully. Replays show the ball actually hits the glove which wasn't holding the bat. And a four to end the day's play.
Kane Williamson's knock of 89 runs allowed New Zealand to take a lead of 51 runs over India on day two of the ongoing first Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington