Brendon McCullum to testify in Chris Cairns perjury trial
Brendon McCullum to testify in Chris Cairns perjury trial

New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum said on Saturday he will testify against former teammate Chris Cairns in a perjury trial in London next year because he feels a duty "to protect the game".

Black Caps Ross Taylor, Adam Milne to miss South Africa ODIs
Black Caps Ross Taylor, Adam Milne to miss South Africa ODIs

New Zealand`s former skipper Ross Taylor and paceman Adam Milne will miss the upcoming one-day international series against South Africa because of injury, New Zealand Cricket said on Friday.

Chris Cairns given perjury trial date
Chris Cairns given perjury trial date

Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns will stand trial on charges of perjury next October after being bailed until January by a London Crown Court on Thursday.

Chris Cairns bailed on perjury charge

New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns appeared in a London court on Thursday to face a charge of perjury relating to a libel action he brought in England in 2012.

Bad boy Doug Bracewell wins Black Caps reprieve
Bad boy Doug Bracewell wins Black Caps reprieve

New Zealand bad boy Doug Bracewell was handed a career lifeline on Wednesday when he was named in the 15-man Test squad to face Pakistan next month.

Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe suffers cancer relapse
Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe suffers cancer relapse

Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe has suffered a relapse of his cancer.

Craig McMillan confirmed as New Zealand batting coach
Craig McMillan confirmed as New Zealand batting coach

Former international Craig McMillan was confirmed as New Zealand`s batting coach on Thursday, after assuming the role on a temporary basis earlier this year.

`Banned` Kane Williamson vows to return to bowling crease

New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has said that he would concentrate on changing whatever is necessary to return to the bowling crease after he was banned by the ICC from bowling his occasional off-spin in international cricket because of an illegal action.

Black Cap Kane Williamson banned from bowling

New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has been banned from bowling his occasional off-spin in international cricket because of an illegal action, New Zealand Cricket said on Wednesday.

NZ bowlers moving-up on ranking table, after historic win against West Indies

After a historic win against West Indies in Bridgetown, New Zealand bowlers are marching ahead on The Reliance ICC Rankings.

Curtly Ambrose inspired me to succeed, says Jerome Taylor

West Indies pacer Jerome Taylor says encouragement from bowling legend Sir Curtly Ambrose has contributed to his recent success with the ball in the current Test series against New Zealand.

Confident Kiwis out to rattle WIndies in second Test

A confident, settled New Zealand team will be chasing a series-clinching win over a rattled West Indies side when the second Test begins at the Queen`s Park Oval on Monday.

Williamson, Latham put New Zealand in control

Kane Williamson`s sixth Test hundred and a battling 83 by opener Tom Latham put New Zealand in control at 240 for two at stumps on day one of the first Test against the West Indies on Sunday.

Fit-again Taylor, Roach back in West Indies Test squad

Having recovered from their respective injuries, West Indies pacers Jerome Taylor and Kemar Roach have been included in the 13-man Test squad for the first match against New Zealand, starting June 8.

Fleming testified to ICC about Cairns` alleged role in fixing

Chris Cairns has revealed that former New Zealand captains Stephen Fleming and Daniel Vettori have given statements to the International Cricket Council about his alleged role in match-fixing.

I am in a bizarre and scary situation, claims Cairns

Irate at being portrayed as a match-fixer, former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns today said he is in an "absurd, bizarre and scary" situation and lashed out at Brendon McCullum and Lou Vincent for naming him in their testimonies to the ICC.

Chris Cairns vows to clear `absurd` fixing claims

New Zealand legend Chris Cairns on Friday revealed two former Black Caps captains had given evidence to a probe into his alleged match-fixing and said he was determined to clear his name.

Sobers, Ambrose give tips to West Indies cricketers

West Indies cricket team`s head coach Ottis Gibson says the presence of legends Sir Garfield Sobers and Sir Curtly Ambrose will be an asset to the team`s preparation ahead of the upcoming Test series against New Zealand.

New Zealand says skipper McCullum not corrupt

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said Monday that Blacks Caps captain Brendon McCullum was not under investigation for corruption after reports surfaced that he was approached to fix matches in 2008.

Billy Bowden returns to Emirates Elite Panel of ICC umpires

The ICC on Thursday, announced the Emirates Elite Panel of umpires for 2014-2015, commencing from July 1, following the annual review and selection process.