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David Clark
20th February 2016
Brendon McCullum blasted the fastest Test century in history off just 54 balls in his last international appearance before Australia fought back on day one of the second Test in Christchurch.
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15th February 2016
Australia continued their surge towards reclaiming the number-one Test ranking after a resounding innings-and-52-run first-Test victory over New Zealand in Wellington.
Matt Somerford
14th February 2016
Australia moved closer to reclaiming the number-one Test ranking on the back of Adam Voges' second Test double-century of the southern summer.
ecb.co.uk News
13th February 2016
Usman Khawaja and Adam Voges hit centuries as Australia took control of the first Test against New Zealand in Wellington.
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12th February 2016
Josh Hazlewood claimed four wickets as Australia skittled New Zealand for 183 before half-centuries from captain Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja rounded off a fine opening day of the first Test in Wellington for the tourists.
Matt Somerford
8th February 2016
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum’s one-day international career ended with a series-clinching 55-run win over Australia in Hamilton.
Matt Somerford
6th February 2016
Mitchell Marsh had a day to remember after steering Australia to a series-levelling win over New Zealand and being handed a new lucrative Indian Premier League deal.
David Clark
3rd February 2016
Trent Boult and Matt Henry ran riot as New Zealand thrashed Australia by 159 runs in the opening one-day international at Eden Park.
Matt Somerford
31st January 2016
New Zealand left it late to clinch their one-day international series against Pakistan following a rain-affected three-wicket win in Auckland.
ecb.co.uk News
31st January 2016
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson will have three spinners at his disposal at the ICC World Twenty20 in India after Nathan McCullum, Mitchell Santner and Ish Sodhi were all included in a 15-man squad.