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Middlesex sign new Zealand seam bowler Kyle Mills for t20 campaign
Tuesday 25th June 14:44

Kyle Mills has signed up to play for Middlesex in this season's Friends Life T20 competition.

Titans hammer Auckland in Champions League
Wednesday 17th October 15:32

South Africa's Titans hammered Auckland by 59 runs in their Champions League Twenty20 clash in Durban.

Positive spin from Proteas
Thursday 24th March 12:31

South Africa and New Zealand both have selection headaches going into Friday's quarter-final showdown in Dhaka.

Black Caps suffer double blow
Thursday 17th March 14:23

New Zealand will be without Daniel Vettori and Kyle Mills for their final Group A fixture against Sri Lanka.

Black Caps fly out Tuffey
Wednesday 16th March 12:41

New Zealand have drafted in Daryl Tuffey to provide bowling cover for the rest of the World Cup.

Sri Lanka edge to win
Friday 13th August 18:07

Sri Lanka survived a late wobble to claim a three-wicket success over New Zealand at the Dambulla tri-series.

Mills faces lengthy lay-off
Tuesday 17th November 08:45

New Zealand paceman Kyle Mills has been sidelined for four months and will undergo shoulder and knee surgery.

Vettori boost, Mills ruled out
Monday 16th November 10:41

Daniel Vettori has been passed fit for the first Test against Pakistan but seamer Kyle Mills will miss the series.

Oram returns home
Wednesday 11th November 17:36

New Zealand's Jacob Oram will miss the Twenty20 series against Pakistan in Dubai to be with his pregnant wife.

Mills hit in the pocket
Tuesday 10th November 16:10

New Zealand's Kyle Mills has been fined for his behaviour in the third one-dayer against Pakistan.

IPL issue for Black Caps
Friday 24th July 09:29

All players offered New Zealand Cricket contracts have now signed despite a scheduling clash with next year's IPL.

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World Cup Q&A replay

World Cup Q&A replay

Look back at how Nick Knight answered your questions 100 days ahead of the World Cup.

James Anderson injury: missing Sri Lanka tour could work in England's favour, says Rob Key

James Anderson injury: missing Sri Lanka tour could work in England's favour, says Rob Key

James Anderson’s absence from the upcoming tour to Sri Lanka could boost England’s 2015 World Cup chances, says Rob Key.

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