New Zealand PM invites Indian cricket fans to 2015 World Cup
New Zealand PM invites Indian cricket fans to 2015 World Cup

With 100 days to go before the commencement of the 2015 ICC World Cup, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key Friday invited Indian cricket fans to visit his country during the Feb 14-March 29 event, to be co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia.

Rain threatens New Zealand Test victory hopes

New Zealand were an agonising 33 runs short of their first Test win in more than a year when rain forced an early tea in the first Test against the West Indies in Dunedin.

Bravo double ton ensures New Zealand will bat again

A maiden double-century by Darren Bravo stalled New Zealand`s victory drive Friday as the West Indies ended day four of the first Test in Dunedin at 443-6, a lead of 47.

Windies follow on after collapsing to 213 all out

West Indies were struggling to save the first test against New Zealand after lurching to 37 for one in their second innings, still 359 runs from making the hosts bat again, at tea on the third day in Dunedin on Thursday.

McCullum, Williamson say `no guarantee` of playing in Test opener against Windies

New Zealand is reportedly concerned over the injuries of captain Brendon McCullum and batsman Kane Williamson as they prepare for this opening Test against the West Indies, with the hosts chasing their first series win for five years.

New Zealand and West Indies eye Test ratings

West Indies and New Zealand begin their three-Test series Tuesday in Dunedin with an aim to improve their ratings points on the Reliance International Cricket Council (ICC) Test Team Rankings Table.

`Injured` McCullum may retire from international cricket if relapses during Dunedin Test

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum may reportedly retire from international cricket if there is any relapse of his crippling back problem during or after the first Test against the West Indies in Dunedin, which is his home town.

`Injured` McCullum may retire from international cricket if relapses during Dunedin Test

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum may reportedly retire from international cricket if there is any relapse of his crippling back problem during or after the first Test against the West Indies in Dunedin, which is his home town.

Finn bribed with booze to save Test

Fast bowler Steve Finn was bribed with wine by his teammates, Alastair Cook and James Anderson to become England`s record-breaking night watchman to save the Dunedin Test against New Zealand.