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Saturday 19th May 19:49
Kolkata Knight Riders eased to a 34-run victory over Pune Warriors in their last game of the Indian Premier League regular season.
Sunday 15th May 19:06
A stellar performance with both bat and ball from Brad Hodge kept Kochi¿s IPL hopes alive on Sunday.
Friday 29th January 12:27
Ross Taylor has been appointment New Zealand vice-captain for the forthcoming series next month against Bangladesh and Australia.
Saturday 12th December 08:27
Daniel Vettori struck an unbeaten century on day two to put New Zealand firmly in control of the third Test against Pakistan.
Wednesday 25th November 12:00
New Zealand's Brendon McCullum believes the responsibility to forge ahead in the first Test against Pakistan lies with the bowlers.
Friday 6th November 19:42
Brendon McCullum's dashing century helped New Zealand level the one-day series with a 64-run victory over Pakistan.
Saturday 24th October 22:09
New Zealand have stripped Brendon McCullum of the vice-captaincy in the hope he will be able to score more runs for the side.
Tuesday 6th October 16:04
Brendan McCullum insists New Zealand are thinking positively following their run to the final of the Champions Trophy.
Wednesday 5th August 11:49
Kolkata Knight Riders are in no rush to decide who will captain and coach the team next season.
Sunday 2nd August 11:31
Brendon McCullum has admitted it was difficult to reject an IPL payday to re-sign with New Zealand.
Friday 24th July 09:29
All players offered New Zealand Cricket contracts have now signed despite a scheduling clash with next year's IPL.
Friday 17th April 18:25
Brendon McCullum has been named the new Kolkata Knight Riders captain.
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