New Zealand volcanologist Nico Fournier said he traveled by boat to within about a mile of the new island to take a closer look.
Williamson continued his rich run of form with the bat, scoring 103 off 107 deliveries to provide the backbone of New Zealand’s innings.
Williamson scored 103 on his NZ return before Ronchi took them home vs SL; NZ lead 7-match series 2-1.
New Zealand bowl out Sri Lanka, chasing 390 for win, for 196 to win 2nd Test by 193 runs; claim series 2-0.
Sanga had indicated the 2nd Test could be his last with intention of retiring after WC which starts Feb 15.
Sri Lanka reach 78/5 at stumps on Day 1 after dismissing New Zealand for 221 in first innings in 2nd Test.
Following on, Sri Lanka are still 10 runs behind New Zealand’s total of 441 with Mathews batting on 53.
Following on, SL ended Day 2 at 84/0 after they capitulated for 138 in their first innings against NZ.
The innings demonstrated how much McCullum can, when the mood takes and circumstances allow, impose himself.
The 33-year-old New Zealand captain McCullum belted 18 fours and 11 sixes in his innings.
Both were banned in July as part of the ICC’s clampdown to rid of players with suspect actions.
The move confirmed Kane Williamson’s status as Brendon McCullum’s long-term successor.
McCullum smashed a 78-ball ton as NZ reached 249/1 at close, replying to Pakistan’s 1st-innings total 351.
Younis (44) and Shafiq (41) put on 74 runs to help guide Pakistan to a safe 196-5 with 5 overs unused.
Taylor was 77* as NZ recovered from a shaky 79-4 to close 4th day on 167-6, having an overall lead of 177.