BLACKCAPS claim first Test

The BLACKCAPS have completed a 27-run victory over West Indies in the first Test of The National Bank Series at Auckland's Eden Park.

Amazing end to South African series

South Africa has claimed the one-day series in the most spectacular fashion following a world-record breaking runfest in Sunday night's one-day international decider against Australia in Johannesburg.

Delayed start to day 4 of Test

Day four of the BLACKCAPS' first Test of The National Bank Series against the West Indies at Auckland's Eden Park will commence at 1pm (NZT).

Bond inspires BLACKCAPS counter-attack

Shane Bond proved his world-class ability to lead the BLACKCAPS into a decisive last day of The National Bank Series at Eden Park.

Drumm reaches White Ferns century

Emily Drumm is set to make her 100th One-Day International appearance for the White Ferns today as they look to clinch a series victory against India at Lincoln¦s Bert Sutcliffe Oval.

Vital innings from McCullum

Brendon McCullum was the mainstay as the BLACKCAPS lower order manoeuvred their side into a healthy lead in day three of the First Test against the West Indies.

Series win caps Drumm’s century

Emily Drumm hit 83 in her 100th One-Day International for the White Ferns as they sealed a series victory over India with a 97-run win at Lincoln¦s Bert Sutcliffe Oval.

Series square after thriller

A brilliant half-century from recalled all-rounder Andrew Symonds has edged Australia home past South Africa in the fourth one-day international in Durban.

Rain mars second day in India

India's second Test with England was ruined by the rain again on day two.

BLACKCAPS aiming to boost lead

Stephen Fleming and James Franklin will begin day three of the first Test against the West Indies at Eden Park hoping to establish a comfortable cushion for the BLACKCAPS.

Symonds should start

Andrew Symonds has trained strongly in Durban and appears set to return to Australia's XI for the fourth one-day international with South Africa on Friday.

Only 50 overs in India

South African-born batsman Kevin Pietersen scored a patient 64 as England reached 163-4 on a rain interrupted first day of the second Test against India.

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