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'Dunedin Test' - 18 News Result(s)

  • New Zealand Enjoy 122-Run Win Over Sri Lanka in Dunedin Test

    New Zealand Enjoy 122-Run Win Over Sri Lanka in Dunedin Test

    New Zealand had set Sri Lanka a formidable 405-run target to win but Sri Lanka's batsmen failed to show the necessary patience as they were all out for for 282 midway through the last day.

  • Dunedin Test: Tom Latham, Tim Southee Put New Zealand in Command vs Sri Lanka

    Dunedin Test: Tom Latham, Tim Southee Put New Zealand in Command vs Sri Lanka

    Tom Latham scored an unbeaten 109 as New Zealand declared their second innings at 267-3 to set an improbable 405-run target for Sri Lanka. After that, Tim Southee picked up two wickets to reduce Lankans to 109 for three on rain-hit Day 4.

  • Kane Williamson Joins Elite List as New Zealand Take Control in Dunedin Test

    Kane Williamson Joins Elite List as New Zealand Take Control in Dunedin Test

    Kane Williamson has joined Alastair Cook, Joe Root, David Warner and Steve Smith in scoring 1,000 runs in 2015.

  • New Zealand Fast Bowler Neil Wagner Clocks 160 kmph, But is Floored by a Bird

    New Zealand Fast Bowler Neil Wagner Clocks 160 kmph, But is Floored by a Bird

    New Zealand Fast Bowler Neil Wagner clocked 160 kmph during the second day of the first Test against Sri Lanka at University Oval in Dunedin but he was soon floored by a technical glitch in the speed gun.

  • Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia Acid Test Awaits Afghanistan

    Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia Acid Test Awaits Afghanistan

    Afghanistan have been the 'Cinderella' story of this World Cup, with their maiden win -- a thrilling one-wicket victory over Scotland in Dunedin last time out -- one of the highlights of the competition so far. But they will face their toughest test yet against Australia.

  • Darren Sammy vows never to fly after 'terrifying' flight in New Zealand

    Darren Sammy vows never to fly after 'terrifying' flight in New Zealand

    The West Indies captain said that his flight from Dunedin to Wellington for the second Test against New Zealand was his scariest for some time.

  • Kane Williamson picked for West Indies tour despite thumb injury

    Kane Williamson picked for West Indies tour despite thumb injury

    New Zealand selectors said they believed a broken thumb Williamson sustained in Bangladesh in October will be healed enough for him to take the field for the first Test in Dunedin on Tuesday.

  • No Doug Bracewell as New Zealand unchanged for 2nd England Test

    No Doug Bracewell as New Zealand unchanged for 2nd England Test

    Spinner Bruce Martin and opening batsman Hamish Rutherford both made their Test debuts in Dunedin, with Rutherford hitting 171 in his first innings, the seventh highest debut in Test history, and Martin taking five wickets.

  • Nick Compton thrilled to get first Test century

    Nick Compton thrilled to get first Test century

    He was dismissed for a duck in the first innings in Dunedin and came out to bat in the second with England 293 behind after New Zealand scored 460-9 declared in reply to England's 167.

  • New Zealand vs England, 1st Test, Day 4: Statistical highlights

    New Zealand vs England, 1st Test, Day 4: Statistical highlights

    New Zealand piled up a huge lead over England while Alastair Cook and Nick Compton scored crucial hundred for the visitors on Day 4 of the Dunedin Test. Here are few of the statistical highlights from the day's play.

  • Stats Pack: Rutherford debut ton breaks many Test records

    Stats Pack: Rutherford debut ton breaks many Test records

    Hamish Rutherford scored a Test century on debut to put New Zealand in a commanding position after third day of the first Test against England in Dunedin on Friday. Here are few of the statistical highlights from the day's play.

  • Graeme Swann ruled out of New Zealand Test series

    Graeme Swann ruled out of New Zealand Test series

    Swann was a surprise omission from the England side to face the Black Caps in the opening Test in Dunedin on Wednesday, with Monty Panesar taking his place.

  • England confirmed as top-Test team

    England confirmed as top-Test team

    England have secured the top spot in the International Cricket Council Test Championship table at the April 1 cut-off date, after the first Test between New Zealand and South Africa ended in a draw in Dunedin on Sunday.

  • 1st Test: New Zealand, South Africa draw after rain washes out Day 5

    1st Test: New Zealand, South Africa draw after rain washes out Day 5

    The final day of the first Test promised to be an intriguing one, with South Africa needing eight wickets to win and New Zealand 264 runs, but 14 hours of incessant rain in Dunedin made play impossible and the match was called a draw just after 2pm.

  • 1st Test: New Zealand scrape past South Africa on Day 2

    1st Test: New Zealand scrape past South Africa on Day 2

    A gripping second day of Test cricket at the University Oval in Dunedin left precious little separating the teams, with New Zealand five runs ahead of South Africa's 238, with a wicket in hand.

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