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Kiwis pull nervy win over Aussies

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Kiwis pull nervy win over Aussies

In a breathtaking show, New Zealand pulled a jittery one-wicket win over four times champion Australia in a low scoring match of World Cup 2015 at Auckland today. For a packed house at Eden Park witnessing a heavyweight clash of the hosts, the short match was worth every penny with all swing of emotions and a display of competitive cricket.

NZ to send non-combat troops to Iraq

NZ to send non-combat troops to Iraq

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key has announced plans to send 143 non-combat troops to Iraq to help the fight against Islamic State (IS) militants. Key told parliament most personnel would be based with Australian troops in Taji Camp north of Baghdad. He said New Zealand had "an obligation to support stability and the rule...

Collingwood warns England

Collingwood warns England

England's dreadful start to the World Cup could yet get worse, says Scotland assistant coach Paul Collingwood. England has suffered heavy back-to-back defeats by Australia and New Zealand to leave them bottom of Pool A. They face Scotland in Christchurch on Monday and Collingwood says Scotland pose them a significant threat. "There's real confidence and belief...

Southee’s 7 downs England

Southee’s 7 downs England

New Zealand pace bowler Tim Southee brought the ninth match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 to life with an outstanding display of swing bowling to wreck England’s batting order. Southee captured seven wickets for only 33 runs in nine overs and reminded the glory days of swing bowling in the late 80s...

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McCullum hits fastest WC 50

McCullum hits fastest WC 50

New Zealand hard-hitting batsman Brendon McCullum struck the fastest fifty in the history of Cricket World Cup at Wellington against England today. In a low-scoring match, McCullum reached his half-century mark from only 18 balls when he began the chase of 123 runs posted by the English batsmen.   His assault on the English bowlers...

England won't panic after defeat: Morgan

England won't panic after defeat: Morgan

England will not make wholesale changes to the team despite Friday's chastening eight-wicket defeat by New Zealand in Wellington, says captain Eoin Morgan. Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum hit an 18-ball half-century, the quickest in World Cup history, as New Zealand chased down 124 in just 12.2 overs. England are bottom of Pool A and...

England have no excuses after NZ thrashing

England have no excuses after NZ thrashing

England's eight-wicket World Cup defeat by New Zealand in Wellington was the most one-sided one-day international between Test-playing nations that I can remember seeing. It was almost too bad to put into words. To be bowled out for 123 and then see that chased down in 12.2 overs is extremely chastening for Eoin Morgan's...

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Good luck Tigers

The sixth game of this World Cup between hosts New Zealand and Scotland is a study of stark contrast of what had happed in the first five games, where teams batting first put up totals of 300 or more. Monday's match at Dunedin produced a combined two-innings total of 288 runs and that too at the cost of a staggering 17 wickets. And in that nervy three-wicket win the home side's performance bordered between two extremes. They were extremely...

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NZ made to pay for win over Scotland

NZ made to pay for win over Scotland

Hosts New Zealand won the toss and elected to field first in the sixth match of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 at University Oval in Dunedin. Losing the toss and batting first, Scotland were packed for 142 runs. The Kiwis were made to pay to chase down the score. NZ now have four points in the Pool A.

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Ireland pull 4-wicket win over WI

Ireland pull 4-wicket win over WI

The Caribbeans made 304 riding on the ton of Simmons and crucial knock of Sammy after top order collapse after being sent to bat first. In reply, Ireland pulled a big upset and chased down a total of 304 set by the Caribbeans through integral knocks from the batsmen

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