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Lockie Ferguson double strike ends Sri Lanka's chase in only T20

Lockie Ferguson captured two wickets in one over as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 35 runs in their only Twenty20 match at Eden Park on Friday.

Martin Guptill catch helps New Zealand sweep ODI series against Sri Lanka

Martin Guptill produced a superb diving catch to dismiss the dangerous Thisara Perera with a wicket that sparked a stunning collapse.

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand: Lightning Trent Boult rips through Sri Lanka in Christchurch

Trent Boult finished with career-best figures of six for 30 to help bowl out the visitors for 104, giving New Zealand a valuable 74-run first innings lead in the series decider.

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka 1st Test: Ajaz Patel optimistic despite New Zealand's wicketless toil 

New Zealand's rare wicketless day could not rob Ajaz Patel of his optimism about a positive result in the opening Test against Sri Lanka on Tuesday.

Kane Williamson masterclass puts New Zealand in strong position against Sri Lanka

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson provided a batting masterclass against Sri Lanka in Wellington on Sunday to keep up his chase of Virat Kohli to become the world's top Test batsman, just as the Indian skipper was showing his class in Perth.

Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st Test: Trent Boult leads New Zealand fightback against Pakistan

Trent Boult broke two half-century stands, while debutant left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel ripped through the lower order to dismiss Pakistan for 227.

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New Zealand Cricket Players Association adds notes on sexual consent in players' handbook

The notes under the title "Good Decision Making" stress the importance of making good decisions when relating to sexual relationships.

New Zealand announce list of contracted players, Todd Astle added

Todd Astle has been included on New Zealand Cricket's list of contracted players for the first time, at the age of 31.

Neely, Don of raconteurs and antidote for cricket exhaustion

Neely remembers how it all ended for New Zealand. Unlike many, it isn’t Inzamam-ul-Haq that he remembers but that man Javed Miandad.

Brendon McCullum-led New Zealand are finally getting attention they deserve

Now as dominant as the famed rugby side, Brendon McCullum’s men are finally getting the attention they deserve.

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