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2nd Test,
28th June - 2nd July
Queen's Park, St George's
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NZ record an historic away series victory over WI

St. George's, July 02: New Zealand recorded an historic away series victory over the West Indies here Tuesday after drawing the second Test at Queen's Park.  | More |

NZ second Test against WI edging towards draw

St. George's, July 1: New Zealand seemed to be edging toward a series-winning draw with the West Indies on Monday but lost Lou Vincent and skipper Stephen Fleming in a late burst of wicket-taking on the fourth day of the second Test. | More |

Richardson out for 95 as Windies fightback

St. George's (Grenada), June 28: West Indies pace bowler Pedro Collins fought back with two late wickets on Friday to leave New Zealand on 208 for five at the close of the first day of the second and final test at the Queen's Park ground. | More |

New Zealand Test player fined for talking to newsman

St George's, June 28: New Zealand Test opener Lou Vincent has been fined by his team management after talking to a journalist without permission, team manager Jeff Crowe said yesterday.  | More |

Hooper determined to redeem season with Grenada win

St. George's (Grenada), June 27: West Indies captain Carl Hooper said on Thursday he was determined to redeem his team's season by beating New Zealand in the second and final test starting on Friday. | More |

Dillon ruled out of second Test

Grenada, June 26: West Indies fast bowler Mervyn Dillon has been ruled out of the second cricket Test against New Zealand which starts at the Queen's Park stadium on Friday. | More |

Sarwan receives vote of confidence despite errors

Bridgetown, June 25: West Indies coach Roger Harper defended Ramnaresh Sarwan on Monday after the number three batsman was guilty of twice throwing his wicket away in New Zealand's historic 204-run test win at the Kensington Oval. | More |

NZ romped to a 204-run victory over the WI in the first Test

Bridgetown, June 24: New Zealand romped to a 204-run victory over the West Indies in the first Test inside four days on Monday, the first time they have ever won a Test in the Caribbean. | More |

New Zealand on verge of first Test victory against West Indies

Bridgetown, June 23:
New Zealand are on the verge of a famous Test victory after setting the West Indies a massive 474 to win the first Test at the Kensington Oval after Sunday's third day. | More |

Kiwis looking for revenge against Windies in Test series 

Bridgetown, June 20: New Zealand's cricketers are set on revenge when they meet the West Indies in the first of two test matches on Friday after losing a five-match limited overs series in controversial circumstances. | More |

NZ off to a solid start; 102/2 in 20 overs

Kingstown, June 16: New Zealand won the toss and chose to bat in the fifth and final one-day International against the West Indies on Sunday at the Arnos Vale Ground. | More |

New Zealand batsman apologizes for dissent 

Port of Spain, June 14: New Zealand batsman Craig McMillan has escaped official sanctions after apologising to an umpire for showing dissent during a one-day international against the West Indies yesterday.  | More |

West Indies captain calls for change to Duckworth/Lewis method

Port of Spain, June 13: West Indies captain Carl Hooper called on Wednesday for changes to the method of calculating run targets in one-day cricket following a nine-run defeat to New Zealand. | More |

My best is still six months away: Lara

Port of Spain, June 12: West Indies batsman Brian Lara says he needs another six more months to return to his best form following an elbow injury. | More |

Styris lifts New Zealand to exciting victory against West Indies

Port of Spain, June 12: Scott Styris produced a stunning all-around performance here Wednesday as New Zealand knocked off the West Indies in an exciting rain-hit fourth one-day international at the Queen's Park Oval. | More |

Lara fights back to lead West Indies to victory

St. Lucia, June 9: Brian Lara hit an aggressive unbeaten 59 to lead the West Indies to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over New Zealand here on Sunday and an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-match series. | More |

New Zealand saved by the rain

Kingston, June 5: Rain came to the rescue of New Zealand on Wednesday after a storm ended the match, preventing the West Indies chasing a modest target of 176.  | More |

Recovering West Indies set to take on rusty Kiwis

Kingston, June 4: The West Indies will seek to continue their nascent cricketing recovery when they take on New Zealand in five one-day internationals and two Test matches, starting with a limited overs game at Kingston's Sabina Park on Wednesday.      | More |