New Zealand vs India 1st T20: Iyer, Rahul help India cruise past New Zealand in high-scoring affair

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Shreyas Iyer struck five boundaries and three sixes during his unbeaten knock of 58

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Shreyas Iyer and Lokesh Rahul smashed 58 not out and 56 respectively as India cruised to a six-wicket win over New Zealand in the first Twenty20 International in Auckland.

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New Zealand vs India 2nd T20: Rohit becomes leading run-scorer in T20 Internationals as India level series

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Rohit Sharma became the leading run-scorer in Twenty20 Internationals

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India stand-in captain Rohit Sharma struck a 29-ball 50 to not only lead his side to a seven-wicket win over New Zealand in the second Twenty20 International in Auckland, but also become the leading run-scorer in the format.

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New Zealand vs England 1st Test Day 4: Nicholls keeps New Zealand in complete control

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Henry Nicholls celebrates after scoring his second Test century

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Following Henry Nicholls’ career-best knock of 145 not out, New Zealand struck thrice to leave themselves needing seven wickets to beat England on the final day of the first Test in Auckland.

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Hesson confident Taylor will be fit for day-night Test against England

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Mike Hesson: “We know how to work with Ross, in terms of what he needs to prepare for the Test match”

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New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson is optimistic that veteran batsman Ross Taylor will be fit for the first Test, which will be a day-night affair, against England on March 22.

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T20 Tri-series Final: Agar, Short help Australia triumph in rain-affected showdown

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Ashton Agar finished with figures of 3-27 off his four overs

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Ashton Agar took three wickets and D’Arcy Short smashed an entertaining 50 as Australia defeated New Zealand by 19 runs via the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method in the T20 tri-series final in Auckland.

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