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Cricket | Windies tour of New Zealand 2017/18

NZ sweep Windies after Munro record
New Zealand's master blaster Colin Munro attributed his record-setting century to sink the West Indies in the third Twenty20 in Mount Maunganui on Wednesday to a hit-and-hope philosophy. Read full article
Rain scuppers second T20
The second Twenty20 between New Zealand and the West Indies ended as a no-result washout at Mount Maunganui on Monday. Read full article
NZ wary of Gayle revival
New Zealand were on Sunday wary of Chris Gayle coming into form in the second Twenty20 as they eyed a series sweep against the West Indies. Read full article
Rance's double sparks Windies meltdown
Debutant Seth Rance sparked a West Indies batting meltdown as New Zealand cruised to a 47-run victory in the opening Twenty20 match at Saxton Oval in Nelson on Friday. Read full article
Pollard out of T20s for 'personal reasons'
The West Indies have suffered a further setback on their New Zealand tour on Thursday with team officials confirming Kieron Pollard had pulled out of the Twenty20 matches for "personal reasons". Read full article
Kiwis down Windies to sweep series
The West Indies were again left searching for ways to handle New Zealand's bowlers after crumbling to a 66-run defeat in the third one-day international. Read full article
Black Caps run riot in Christchurch
New Zealand warned the West Indies they are targeting a series sweep after Trent Boult bagged a career-best seven wickets in their record 204-run victory in the second ODI. Read full article
NZ ease to opening victory
New Zealand cruised to a five-wicket win over the Windies in the first one-day international in Whangarei on Wednesday. Read full article
De Grandhomme misses ODIs after father dies
Black Caps allrounder Colin de Grandhomme will miss the upcoming one-day international series against the West Indies after the sudden death of his father, New Zealand Cricket said Thursday. Read full article
'Unique' Wagner an artist at work
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson heaped special praise Wednesday on Neil Wagner, whose bouncing barrage wreaked havoc in the West Indies ranks to set up a test series sweep. Read full article
Hostile Wagner destroys Windies
New Zealand congratulated themselves on a smart plan as they decimated the West Indies with a day to spare in the second test to sweep the series 2-0 in Hamilton on Tuesday. Read full article
Taylor pays tribute to Crowe
An emotional Ross Taylor paid tribute to his mentor, the late Martin Crowe, following a superb century which put New Zealand in sight of a series sweep against the West Indies in Hamilton on Monday. Read full article
Windies in trouble after Taylor record
A record-equalling 17th century by Ross Taylor had New Zealand closing in on a series sweep against the Windies after day three of the second test in Hamilton on Monday. Read full article
Windies falter amid showers
Tim Southee and Trent Boult took centre stage with bat and ball as New Zealand seized command on a rain-affected day two of the second test against the Windies in Hamilton on Sunday. Read full article
NZ look to bowlers after Windies charge
New Zealand drew positives from their batting collapse on day one of the second test against the West Indies in Hamilton on Saturday, saying the signs looked good for their bowlers. Read full article
Windies late charge unravels NZ
The West Indies claimed the vital wickets of Jeet Raval and Kane Williamson but New Zealand held the upper hand on day one of the second test in Hamilton. Read full article
Windies train for short-ball salvo
The West Indies are focussed on surviving Neil Wagner's short-ball barrages as they look to square the series against New Zealand in the second and final test starting in Hamilton on Saturday. Read full article
Holder suspended for second NZ test
West Indies captain Jason Holder has been suspended for one test after his team were found guilty of maintaining a slow over rate during their defeat to New Zealand in the first test. Read full article
Blundell retains spot for next Windies test
Tom Blundell has retained his spot for the second test against the West Indies starting on Saturday, with BJ Watling still sidelined by injury. Read full article
Windies collapse hands NZ innings win
Fortune favoured New Zealand, according to captain Kane Williamson after they cleaned up the first test against the West Indies by an innings and 67 runs on day four in Wellington on Monday. Read full article
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