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Posted: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 8:56:14 AM

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Pathetic WI bowling attack put to the sword

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

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DUNEDIN, New Zealand — New Zealand's Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor tamed the toothless West Indies attack on the opening day of the first Test yesterday, both scoring centuries as the home side reached an imposing 367 for three.

At close of play McCullum was 109 not out off just 122 balls, with Taylor unbeaten on 103. Hamish Rutherford (62) and Peter Fulton (61) earlier chipped in with half-centuries on a dispiriting day for the tourists.

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New Zealand lost the toss but quickly made the West Indies attack look ordinary despite a green-tinged wicket and cloud cover for much of the day.

The cloud cleared at tea, when New Zealand were 194-3, and in the bright sunshine of the final session Taylor and McCullum produced a ruthless display of power batting to press home their advantage.

New Zealand's senior batsmen added a further 173 runs in the final session, heaping more misery on the tired West Indies attack,ending the day with an unbeaten partnership worth 182.

Captain McCullum, who made no secret of his wish to bowl first, was at his aggressive best, bringing up the 300 with a mighty six when he pulled Shannon Gabriel over square leg.

The innings was a personal boost for McCullum, who has been suffering from a severe back injury that requires him to use painkillers to take the field.

It was his seventh Test century and ended a slump that has affected his game since he notched a personal best of 225 against India three years ago.

Taylor, who brought up his ninth century, had one close encounter when on two, rapped on the gloves trying to fend off a Tino Best delivery, with the ball ballooning just over the outstreched arms of second and third slips.

From there he was more circumspect and his 103 came off 157 deliveries, including 13 fours. McCullum has hit 14 fours and three sixes.

Rutherford and Fulton produced a 95-run opening stand for New Zealand that ended just before lunch when Rutherford was caught one-handed on the boundary by a leaping Narsingh Deonarine off the bowling of Shane Shillingford.

It was an aggressive innings by Rutherford, who had dispatched Shillingford for a six and four in the bowler's previous over.

Fulton was more sedate initially, but scored three fours in quick succession to reach his half-century.

But when he reached 61, a lapse of concentration saw him jab at a Darren Sammy delivery and Kirk Edwards took a regulation catch at second slip.

Aaron Redmond, back in the side after a five-year absence, was the one other wicket to fall. He reached 20 before an attempt to turn Best down the leg side turned into a leading edge claimed by Marlon Samuels in the gully.

Shillingford, allowed to play while waiting for the result of tests on the legality of his bowling action after he was reported by the International Cricket Council, finished the day with figures of one for 88 off 28 overs.

Sammy returned figures of 1-68 and Best, who just failed to reach a caught-and-bowled chance off McCullum late in the day, took 1-87.

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Posted: Friday, December 6, 2013 8:13:16 AM

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Chanderpaul joins 11,000 club
Published: Friday | December 6, 2013 0 Comments

DUNEDIN, New Zealand (CMC):

Shivnarine Chander-paul became the seventh player to pass 11,000 runs in Test cricket as West Indies face an uphill struggle to avoid defeat against New Zealand on day three of their first Test match at the University Oval yesterday.

The veteran 39-year-old left-hander hit the top score of 76 to join the esteemed company of the recently retired Sachin Tendulkar of India, Ricky Ponting of Australia, Rahul Dravid of India, South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis, former teammate Brian Lara, and Australian legend Allan Border.

However, his half century was the highlight of a West Indies first innings batting collapse in which they were dismissed for 213 after resuming from an overnight 67 for two.

Forced to follow on, the Caribbean side batted with more purpose in their second innings to reach 168 for two at stumps.

Trent Boult struck early when he had Kieran Powell caught at second slip by Tim Southee to leave the West Indies 18 for one.

But Kirk Edwards and Darren Bravo steadied the innings, putting on 117 for the second wicket before the leg spin of Ish Sodhi trapped Edwards in front after a well-crafted 59.

At stumps, Bravo, who had taken the attack to the Black Caps, was not out 72, with Marlon Samuels on 17.


New Zealand first innings (609-9 declared)

West Indies first innings

(overnight 67-2)

D. Bravo c McCullum b Southee 40

M. Samuels c Taylor b Southee 14

S. Chanderpaul lbw b Boult 76

N. Deonarine c Taylor b Southee 15

D. Ramdin c wk Watling b Boult 12

D. Sammy not out 27

S. Shillingford b Sodhi 9

T. Best run out 0

S. Gabriel lbw b Sodhi 0

Extras: lb-11, nb-1, w-1 13

Total: (all out, 62.1 overs) 213

Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-24, 3-70, 4-73, 5-106, 6-174, 7-183, 8-202, 9-205, 10-213

Bowling: Boult 18-5-40-3, Southee 16-1-52-4, Wagner 13-2-47-0 (nb-1, w-1), Sodhi 15.1-2-63-2

West Indies 2nd innings

K. Edwards lbw b Sodhi 59

K. Powell c Southee b Boult 14

D. Bravo not out 72

M. Samuels not out 17

Extras: lb-2, b-4 6

Total: (for 2 wickets, 49 overs) 168

Fall of wickets: 1-18, 2-135

Bowling: Southee 10-0-36-0, Boult 9-2-26-1, Wagner 9-1-35-0, Anderson 6-1-8-0, Sodhi 13-1-51-1, Redmond 2-1-6-0

Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2013 5:48:48 PM

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Rain rescue Windies

Saturday, December 07, 2013 | 9:41 AM

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DUNEDIN, New Zealand (CMC) - Off-spinner Shane Shillingford led a West Indies fightback in the opening Test against New Zealand which ended in a draw on Saturday.

Forecast rain arrived in Dunedin just before lunch on the fifth day leaving New Zealand stranded at 79 for 4, 33 runs short of victory. The match was abandoned shortly after 6:00 pm following a desperate attempt to mop up and to give New Zealand a chance for victory.


Shillingford took all four wickets to stall New Zealand’s hopes of a first win in 10 Test matches. He finished with four for 26 off 15 tight and penetrative overs.

Earlier, the West Indies batted through the morning session to reach 507 all out. Darren Bravo top scored with 218.

Needing just 112 for victory, New Zealand made a shaky start to their second innings.

Peter Fulton was caught behind for three and Aaron Redmond was caught at leg slip for seven.

Hamish Rutherford (20) was caught slogging at long on for the second time in the match and Brendon McCullum miscued a sweep shot to wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin for nine.

When the rain arrived Ross Taylor was 16 not out and the all-rounder Corey Anderson was unbeaten on 20.

Taylor was declared man of the match after lodging his highest score in Test cricket of 217 not out in New Zealand's first innings.

"We were still very confident that Ross and Corey would put together a partnership to win and we had some very good batters to come as well," said McCullum.

"We can still improve, but overall I thought it was a pretty good Test by us."

West Indies captain Darren Sammy is satisfied with his sides’s second innings’ effort, crediting Bravo for his double century knock.

"It was a good comeback from us, though the weather did play a part," Sammy said.

"I think coming from India and only having a couple of days to get ready really showed in the first two innings of the match.

"The way we fought as a team, credit must go to Darren Bravo to put the team into a position where we are happy with the draw."

West Indies have not won a Test in New Zealand in 18 years and New Zealand’s drought continues, having drawn six and lost four of their Test matches since November 2012.

The second game of the three-match series starts at Wellington's Basin Reserve on Wednesday (4:30 pm Jamaica time).

First test: New Zealand v West Indies, University Oval, Dunedin

New Zealand

First innings 609-9d

Second innings

P Fulton c Ramdin b Shillingford 3

H Rutherford c Gabriel v Shillingford 20

A Redmond c Deonarine b Shillingford 6

R Taylor not out 16

B McCullum c Ramdin b Shillingford 9

C Anderson not out 20

Extras (1b, 3lb, 1w) 5

Total (for four wickets, 30 overs) 79

Fall of wickets: 3, 15, 31, 44

Bowling: T Best 8-1-26-0 (1wd), S Shillingford 15-5-26-4, S Gabriel 5-1-16-0, N Deonarine 2-0-7-0.

West Indies

First innings 213

Second innings (443-6 o/n)

K Edwards lbw Sodhi 59

K Powell c Southee b Boult 14

D Bravo b Boult 218

M Samuels c&b Southee 23

S Chanderpaul lbw Wagner 1

N Deonarine c Watling b Anderson 52

D Ramdin b Sodhi 24

D Sammy c Sodhi b Southee 80

S Shillingford c Taylor b Wagner 15

T Best c Taylor b Wagner 3

S Gabriel not out 0

Extras (4b, 7lb, 5wd, 2nb) 18

Total (all out, 162.1 overs) 507

Fall of wickets: 18, 135, 178, 185, 307, 363, 453, 491, 507, 507

Bowling: T Southee 29.1-4-101-2, T Boult 35-11-81-2 (1wd), N Wagner 30-1-112-3 (2nb), C Anderson 14-2-29-1, I Sodhi 49-7-155-2, A Redmond 5-1-18-0

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Toss West Indies, who chose to field

Series 3-match series level 0-0

Player of the match Ross Taylor (New Zealand)

Umpires Nigel Llong (England) and Paul Reiffel (Australia)

TV umpire Ian Gould (England)

Match referee Rosh Mahanama (Sri Lanka)

Reserve umpire Chris Gaffaney

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Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2013 1:46:34 PM

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WI pay ton for dropped catch

Published: Thursday | December 12, 2013 0 Comments

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP):

New Zealand's Ross Taylor made the most of a second chance given to him by the West Indies and scored a century, which guided the hosts to 307-6 at stumps yesterday on the first day of the second Test.

Taylor was dropped before he had scored, with Kirk Edwards putting down the chance at third slip. The tourists paid heavily for that mistake.

Had the chance been taken, New Zealand would have been in trouble at 26-3, but Taylor went on to make 129 and put the hosts on top after being sent in to bat.

Taylor reached his 10th Test century without offering another chance to the fielding side, although he was dropped again when on 124.

Taylor has now amassed 362 runs in his first three innings of this three-Test series while losing his wicket only once, and in the process has gone up to No. 7 in the world's batting rankings, increased his average by more than three runs and passed 4,000 Test runs.

"I got congratulated by Shivnarine Chanderpaul when I got to 100," Taylor said. "I said 'that was lucky' and he said you always need luck in this game and don't take a Test hundred for granted.

"I never get too high or too low, just get in there and play each ball on its merit, and I did that until I got to about 110 and a bit of fatigue set in."

He set about recovering the New Zealand innings, which was in trouble at 24-2, forming partnerships of 88 with Kane Williamson (45) for the third wicket, 77 with Brendon McCullum (37) for the fourth and 68 with Corey Anderson (38) for the fifth.

At stumps, B.J. Watling was seven not out and Tim Southee was eight not out, having clubbed two fours from the last over of the day to push New Zealand beyond 300.

New Zealand First Innings

P. Fulton c wkpr Ramdin bSammy 6H.
Rutherford c wkpr Ramdin b Best 11K.
Williamson cSammy b Best 45R.
Taylor c Shillingford b Gabriel 129B.
McCullum c Edwards b Deonarine 37
Corey Anderson c Powell b Shillingford 38+
B. Watling not out 8T.
Southee not out 9
Extras (b16, lb6, nb2) 24TOTAL (6 wkts) 307

I. Sodhi, N. Wagner, T. Boult to bat

Fall of wickets: 1-14 (Fulton), 2-24 (Rutherford), 3-112 (Williamson), 4-189 (McCullum), 5-257 (Anderson), 6-296 (Taylor)

Bowling: Best 14-1-66-2; Gabriel 18-4-56-1 (nb1);Sammy 19-3-65-1; Shillingford 23-4-59-1 (nb1); Deonarine 16-2-39-1
Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013 5:36:59 PM

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Boult crushes Windies with swing as NZ take lead in Test Series

Friday, December 13, 2013 | 7:40 AM

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (CMC) -- West Indies plummeted, in typical dramatic fashion, to a humiliating innings and 73 runs defeat against New Zealand on the third day of the second test at Basin Reserve here on Friday.

Seamer Trent Boult delivered career-best figures of 10 for 80 to lead the demolition as West Indies succumbed inside three days to gift New Zealand their first Test victory in more than a year.


The 24-year-old Boult who took six for 40, including five wickets in 15 balls, to help bowl the West Indies out for 193 in the first innings also took four for 40 in their second innings of 175 to put the hosts 1-0 up in the three-match series.

Resuming from their overnight total of 158 for four, in reply to New Zealand’s 441, the Windies were bowled out about an hour after the rescheduled start and were forced to follow on for the second straight Test.

The Caribbean side appeared to be setting the stage for another gallant fightback after a solid start from openers Kirk Edwards and Kieran Powell which produced 74 runs.

But Bolt accounted for nine of the 16 wickets on the third day as West Indian batsmen were unable to adjust to his swing bowling aided by favourable overhead and ground conditions which allowed him to grab six for 40 from 15 overs in the first innings and four for 40 from 12.5 overs in the second innings.

Powell was bowled off the inside edge by Tim Southee for the top score of 36 before left-arm fast-medium bowler Neil Wagner had Darren Bravo caught behind for a second-ball duck, leaving West Indies 75 for two.

Edwards was soon caught at gully off Southee for 35 and Samuels was caught at third slip off the same bowler for 12, sinking West Indies to 94 for four.

They reached 135 for five, after Narsingh Deonarine was bowled for 12, when he dragged a delivery from Boult into his stumps.

After the tea break, there was token resistance from the remainder of the batting when Boult hurled himself full length to his left to a full-blooded cut shot from Denesh Ramdin that sparked the second innings collapse.

Darren Sammy was then trapped in front by Boult for a duck, giving the West Indian captain a pair for the match, before Shane Shillingford was caught by Ross Taylor at first slip for one off Neil Wagner.

Only Tino Best with a typical tail-ender’s flourish reached 20 before Boult brought the curtain down when he bowled Gabriel for a second-ball duck, leaving Shivnarine Chanderpaul not out on 31.

The victory was the first for New Zealand since Brendon McCullum took over as captain late last year.

The defeat meant that West Indies now trail 0-1 in the three-match series, following a draw in the first Test which ended last Saturday at University Oval in Dunedin.

The result also meant that the Windies have lost three of their last four Tests inside three days, following similar setbacks in the preceding two-Test, farewell series for retired Indian batting superstar Sachin Tendulkar in India.

West Indies have a chance for redemption when the final Test starts Thursday at Seddon Park in the riverside city of Hamilton.

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Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013 9:01:59 AM

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Crushing defeat

Black Caps wrap up Test series with eight-wicket win over Windies

Monday, December 23, 2013

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HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) — New Zealand beat West Indies by eight wickets in the third and final Test in Hamilton on Saturday, to claim the three-match series 2-0.

The win was also the hosts' first since 2006 against the same opponents.

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Resuming on the fourth day at six without loss, New Zealand cruised to their target of 122 with eight wickets in hand.

Despite the loss of Peter Fulton (10) during the morning session and Kane Williamson (56) on the verge of victory, the home team crawled to an historic series win.

Hamish Rutherford, who shared in an 83-run second-wicket partnership with Williamson, finished the match unbeaten on 48, hitting a boundary to confirm the result, alongside Man of the Match Ross Taylor (2).

Darren Sammy and Veerasammy Permaul took the two wickets to fall in New Zealand's second innings.

West Indies posted a competitive first innings knock of 367 following centuries from Shivnarine Chanderpaul (122*) and Denesh Ramdin (107) and then Sunil Narine's spell of six wickets for 91 runs restricted New Zealand to 349 to give the visitors the advantage despite another century from Taylor (131).

But a second innings batting collapse by the West Indies threw the match in New Zealand's favour and set up an easy victory target.

"Congratulations to Brendon (McCullum) and his team," said Sammy, the West Indies captain. "I think once again we have had to learn a lesson at Test cricket. They played really well and batted and bowled better than us. We lost the series but there is a lot to learn, but we didn't show the required mental steel and toughness. It's the same story all over again."

"Bravo's (Darren) double-hundred, Chanderpaul and Ramdin's hundreds are good, but we just haven't been consistent enough in Test cricket over a five-day period," he said.

Sammy is optimistic that his team will bounce back in the shorter form of the game when they begin the one-day and twenty20 series from next week.

"The different format we can hopefully show a better side of us. We will have new players to bring in some new energy and hopefully bring the New Zealand public some entertainment over Christmas."

The first test in Dunedin was drawn and New Zealand won the second in Wellington by an innings and 73 runs.

The five-game One-Day International (ODI) series starts at Eden Park on Boxing Day (Christmas Day Caribbean Time).

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Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013 1:36:00 PM

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Bravo: Team unity the key

Published: Friday | December 27, 2013 0 Comments

AUCKLAND, New Zealand (CMC):

Captain of the West Indies One-Day International (ODI) team, Dwayne Bravo, has attributed the poor results in recent times to a lack of unity among the players.

Bravo was speaking to reporters after West Indies scored their first win of their tour of New Zealand, beating the home side by two wickets in the first game of the ODI series on Thursday.

Bravo, who was not selected for the three-Test series which the regional side lost two-nil, said he stressed the importance of unity in the lead-up to the first ODI fixture.

"Before we played the game, I really stressed on unity as the team was lacking in that lately, and hence the reason why we have been playing so poorly," said Bravo.

"I made a concerted effort to bring everyone together and get everyone involved." West Indies hardly impressed in the three-match Test series that preceded the one-days, and lost the advantage the few times they held it.

Before that, they struggled in the two-match Test series in India, though they managed to win one of the three ODIs in a close, high-scoring game.

On Christmas morning, a movie depicting the struggles of the iconic Nelson Mandela motivated a battered team.

"We sat down yesterday morning, Christmas morning, and watched Invictus, the movie with Morgan Freeman acting as Nelson Mandela. That inspired us," said the ODI skipper.

"It showed the importance of sport. We are fortunate to represent our nation. We are the few players to do that. It hurts our fans when we don't win cricket games, and not only losing, but the way we lose at times."

"I keep stressing [on unity], and if you have noticed [after] every wicket, I get the team together and one player says something positive," the captain said.

"It doesn't come from me all the time. It can be a Darren Sammy or a Kieran Powell or a Lendl Simmons."
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Record-setting Anderson blasts WI for massive NZ win
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QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand (CMC):

New Zealand outclassed West Indies by 159 runs to win a lopsided and rain-shortened third one-day international (ODI), powered by the fastest international century from Corey Anderson at the Queenstown Events Centre yesterday.

Anderson reached his 100 in a one-day match against West Indies in Queenstown from 36 balls, breaking the record of 37 set by Pakistan's Shahid Afridi in 1996, as New Zealand reached 283 for four from 21 overs.

In reply, West Indies, who chose to field after winning the toss, limped to 124 for five as New Zealand tied the series one game each with two matches remaining.

Anderson finished with 131 from 47 balls, with his ton including 14 sixes and six fours.

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He was supported by Jesse Ryder, whose 104 was itself the sixth fastest ton in ODIs in only his second match since being left in an induced coma after being attacked outside a nightclub last March.

The pair, who put on 191 for the fourth wicket, came together at 84 for three in the seventh over.

The pick of the West Indian bowling was Jason Holder, with two for 48 from four overs.

Sunil Narine and Ravi Rampaul bore the brunt of Anderson's carnage, conceding four sixes in an over each, with Rampaul's three overs costing 64 runs.

The Caribbean side stumbled to 54 for four by the 11th over and never recovered from the top-order collapse.

Captain Dwayne Bravo was undefeated on 56, with three fours and three sixes, while Narsingh Deonarine scored 29.

The only other batsmen contributing double-digit scores were Chadwick Walton with 17 and Lendl Simmons 17.


New Zealand innings (21 overs maximum)

M Guptill c Ramdin b Holder 1J Ryder c Miller b Holder 104B McCullumc Simmons b Narine 33R Taylor c Powell b Miller 9Corey J Anderson not out 131L Ronchi not out 3Extras (w 2) 2Total (4 wickets; 21 overs; 90 mins) 283

Did not bat: AF Milne, JDS Neesham, NL McCullum, KD Mills, MJ McClenaghan.

Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Guptill), 2-56 (BB McCullum), 3-84 (Taylor), 4-275 (Ryder).

Bowling: Narine 4-0-50-1, Holder 4-0-48-2, Rampaul 3-0-64-0, Miller 4-0-44-1,DJ Bravo 4-0-48-0, Simmons 2-0-29-0.

West Indies innings (target: 284 runs from 21 overs)

J Charles c Neesham b Mills 0L Simmons c Milne b McClenaghan 13C Walton c Milne b Ryder 17K Powell c Neesham b McClenaghan 1DJ Bravonot out 56N Deonarine c Milne b Neesham 29D Ramdin not out 1Extras (lb 5, w 2) 7Total (5 wickets; 21 overs) 124

Did not bat: N. Miller, S. Narine, J. Holder, R. Rampaul.

Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Charles), 2-17 (Simmons), 3-19 (Powell), 4-56 (Walton), 5-112 (Deonarine).

Bowling: Mills 2-0-11-1, McClenaghan 2-0-7-2, McCullum 5-0-27-0, Ryder 4-0-13-1, Neesham 4-0-21-1, Guptill 2-0-13-0, Milne 2-0-27-0.

Toss: West Indies, who chose to field.

Five-match series level 1-1

Man of the Match: Corey Anderson (New Zealand).

Umpires: C. Gaffaney and R. Martinesz (Sri Lanka)

TV umpire: I. Gould (England)

Match referee: C. Broad (England)

Reserve umpire: D. Walker
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New Zealand beat WI to take 2-1 lead in ODI series

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NELSON, New Zealand (CMC) – New Zealand beat West Indies by 58 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method to win the fourth One Day International (ODI) here at Saxton Oval and take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.

Rain shortened play during the West Indies’ reply to New Zealand’s 285 for six off their 50 overs. West Indies were 134 for five in the 34th over when play was officially called off.


West Indies struggled from the start, losing both openers – Chadwick Walton (0) and Johnson Charles (0).

Kirk Edwards and Lendl Simmons stabilised the innings before Edwards was run out by Brendon McCullum for 24 and Simmons was caught on the boundary for 43 off 48 balls.

When the rain came, Dwayne Bravo (43) and Denesh Ramdin (17) were at the wickets but still short of the run equation.

Earlier, opener Martin Guptill set the stage for New Zealand with a knock of 81. Ross Taylor (49), and 47 each from Jesse Ryder and Kane Williamson ensured a challenging target for the West Indies.

Bravo finished with two for 35 and a wicket each for Sunil Narine, Jason Holder and Tino Best.

Best was the most expensive of the bowlers, conceding 22 runs off his final over to end with one for 70 off nine overs.

West Indies were down to 12 fit players after pacer Ravi Rampaul suffered an injured finger while batting the nets on Friday. This followed injuries to Marlon Samuels and Darren Sammy and the withdrawal of Darren Bravo due to personal reasons.

The fifth and final ODI will be played in Hamilton on Wednesday (Tuesday afternoon Caribbean time). The two teams will also contest two Twenty20 matches.

Summarised Scores

New Zealand Innings: 285/6 (50 Overs). Martin Guptill 81, Ross Taylor 49, Jesse Ryder 47, Kane Williamson 47; Dwayne Bravo 7-0-35-2, Sunil Narine 10-0-47-1, Jason Holder 10-2-58-1, Tino Best 9-0-70-1.

West Indies Innings: 134/5 (33.4 Overs). Dwayne Bravo 43*, Lendl Simmons 43, Kirk Edwards 24, Denesh Ramdin 17*; Nathan McCullum 10-0-30-1, Kane Williamson 8-0-30-1, Mitchell McClenaghan 6.4-1-30-1, Tim Southee 5-1-21-0.

New Zealand won by 58 runs D/L (Series: NZ 2-1 WI)

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Edwards, Bravo, Miller star as Windies level series

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West Indies batsman Kirk Edwards (right) celebrates making 100 runs as his batting partner Dwayne Bravo smiles while playing New Zealand during their One-Day International in Hamilton, New Zealand, yesterday.

HAMILTON, New Zealand (AFP) — The West Indies racked up their highest-ever limited overs total to crush New Zealand by 203 runs in the fifth One-Day International yesterday, and draw the series 2-2.

Kirk Edwards and Dwayne Bravo both notched centuries as the West Indies flayed New Zealand's attack to reach 363 for four, before Nikita Miller dominated with the ball to skittle the Black Caps for 160.

The mammoth total was the highest ever posted by the West Indies in a 50-over match, surpassing the previous mark of 360 set against Sri Lanka in 1987.

Edwards and Dwayne Bravo came together at 143-3 and put on 211 runs, with Edwards finishing unbeaten on 123, his maiden ODI century. Skipper Bravo was dismissed shortly before the end of the innings for 106.

Opener Kieran Powell had launched a blistering assault at the start of the innings, smashing 73 runs off just 44 balls with 12 fours and two sixes.

He plundered 18 off a single Mitchell McClenaghan over, with one lucky spectator winning NZ$100,000 (US$83,000) from a beer sponsor by catching one of his sixes one-handed.

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum brought on his brother Nathan to try to stem the runs and the tactic paid off almost immediately when Powell was out lbw for 73, trying to sweep.

Fellow opener Johnson Charles was run out for 31 when Nathan McCullum sent the stumps flying with a direct hit as the batsman attempted a quick single and Lendl Simmons followed soon after, caught by Kane Williamson.

Bravo came to the crease and steadied the innings with Edwards, who smashed a six to notch his half-century.

The West Indies bludgeoned 117 off the last 10 overs, with Bravo out trying to smash Williamson out of the ground.

New Zealand made a disastrous start, slumping to 65 for five after just 15 overs through a combination of rash shots and a much-improved West Indian attack.

The Black Caps openers went cheaply, with Martin Guptill out lbw for six and dangerman Jesse Ryder (17) scooping the ball skyward going for a slog.

Brendon McCullum failed to stop the rot coming in the middle order, offering Johnson Charles a simple catch when he charged down the wicket to a seemingly innocuous delivery from Nikita Miller, who finished with figures of four for 45.

A luckless Luke Ronchi dismissed himself for 15 when he dislodged the bails with his foot as he squared up for a shot, in a sign nothing was going the Black Caps' way.


West Indies

K Powell lbw N McCullum 73

J Charles run out (N McCullum) 31

K Edwards not out 123

L Simmons c Williamson b Anderson 9

D Bravo c N McCullum b Williamson 106

A Russell not out 6

Extras: (lb4, w11) 15

Total: 4 wickets; 50 overs) 363

Fall of wickets: 1-95 (Powell), 2-116 (Charles), 3-143 (Simmons), 4-354 (Bravo)

Did not bat: C Walton, D Ramdin, S Narine, J Holder, N Miller

Bowling: Southee 10-0-64-0, McClenaghan 8-0-64-0, N McCullum 10-0-64-1, Anderson 10-1-77-1, Mills 8-0-60-0, Williamson 4-0-30-1

New Zealand

M Guptill b Bravo 6

J Ryder c Simmons b Holder 17

K Williamson lbw Holder 16

R Taylor c Ramdin b Miller 9

B McCullum c Charles b Miller 6

C Anderson c Bravo b Russell 29

L Ronchi hit wicket b Miller 15

N McCullum c Ramdin b Russell 18

K Mills run out (Holder) 26

T Southee c Bravo b Miller 9

M McClenaghan not out 0

Extras: lb6, w3) 9

Total: (all out; 29.5 overs) 160

Fall of wickets: 1-21 (Guptill), 2-37 (Ryder), 3-45 (Williamson), 4-50 (Taylor), 5-65 (B McCullum), 6-94 (Anderson), 7-123 (N McCullum), 8-125 (Ronchi), 9-151 (Southee), 10-160 (Mills)

Bowling: Holder 5-0-35-2, Bravo 5-0-12-1, Miller 10-1-45-4, Narine 5.5-0-31-0, Russell 4-0-31-2

Toss: New Zealand

Umpires: Chris Gaffaney (NZL), Ranmore Martinez (SRI)

TV umpire: Ian Gould (ENG)

Match referee: Chris Broad (ENG)

Series: Series is drawn 2-2
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Dismal end as Windies lose T20 series to New Zealand

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Bravo...expensive 15th over

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (CMC) -- Poor fielding and a costly over from skipper Dwayne Bravo disrupted West Indies’ momentum and helped New Zealand to a four-wicket win in the second and final T20 match at Westpac Stadium, Wellington in New Zealand on Wednesday.

West Indies dropped a number of catches in the field while an expensive 15th over by Bravo yielded 17 runs as New Zealand completed a successful chase after the visitors, who won the toss and elected to bat first, scored 159 for five.

New Zealand have sealed the series two-nil after also winning the opener on Saturday.

The West Indies appeared to have lost their way when they were reduced to 67-4 in the 11th over before Denesh Ramdin and Andre Russell breathed life into their innings.

Opener Lendl Simmons was off to an encouraging start hitting five fours to reach 29 before he was caught.

Ramdin and Russell (10 not out) put on 70 for the fifth wicket which began when Andre Fletcher, who scored 40, opted to sacrifice himself after he and Ramdin ended up at the same end in a running mix up.

Fletcher, who top scored in the first T20 on Saturday, smashed three fours and one six.

Ramdin carried on through to the end to be unbeaten on 55 off 31 balls in an innings which included three sixes and three fours.

Chasing the 160 target, New Zealand were struggling at 79-5 before a 68-run partnership between Ross Taylor and Luke Ronchi turned the innings around.

Taylor played the anchor role with 39 off 41 balls while Ronchi belted an unbeaten 51 off 28 deliveries in an innings that included four fours and two sixes.

The pair were particularly harsh on Bravo in the 15th over when they took 17 runs to reduce the target from 54 off 36 balls to a more manageable 37 off 30.

They also took 15 off the 17th over by Jason Holder.

Jesse Ryder was dropped twice as he raced to a quick 23 in nine balls, and Brendon McCullum received a life on his way to 17.

Two chances were missed to remove man of the match Ronchi on the first ball he faced.

Andre Russell dropped a caught and bowled opportunity and when Ronchi scampered through for a quick single Tino Best was astray with his run out throw at the stumps.
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Windies lose series to Australia after gutsy fight back

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West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels (centre) drives a ball past Australian fieldsman Usman Khawaja (right) as Joe Burns (left) looks on, on the fourth day of the second cricket Test in Melbourne yesterday.

MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC) —West Indies delivered a better all-round batting display but were overpowered by Australia inside four days to suffer a 177-run defeat in the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground here yesterday.

Captain Jason Holder and Denesh Ramdin scored powerful half-centuries to lead a gutsy fightback but the Aussies prevailed to secure the series two-nil and retain the Frank Worrell Trophy.

All seven front line batsmen got starts as Windies showed determination before they were bowled out for 282 in their second innings after Steven Smith’s overnight declaration on 179 for three.

Ramdin and Holder spearheaded the resistance by adding 100 runs for the sixth wicket but tackling a 460-run deficit was always going to be a tall order.
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