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Donald turns down NZ bowling coach role

June 5, 2011 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

DonaldFormer South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald, who had verbally committed to becoming New Zealand’s fast bowling coach, has withdrawn from the role as he is seeking a position with Cricket South Africa.

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Haven’t thought about coaching career: Fleming

April 25, 2011 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

Stephen Fleming’s name has been doing the rounds as Haven't thought about coaching career: Fleming a possible successor to Gary Kirsten as India coach but the former New Zealand captain on Friday said he had not thought of taking up a full-time coaching job yet.

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Vaughan irked by 2015 World Cup uncertainty

April 25, 2011 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

Justin Vaughan, the New Zealand Cricket chief Vaughan irked by 2015 World Cup uncertainty executive, has defended the 2015 World Cup’s likely ten-team format while urging the ICC to reach a swift decision on the terms by which sides will qualify.

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John Buchanan takes key role with New Zealand

April 15, 2011 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

John Buchanan, the former coach of Australia, has John Buchanan takes key role with New Zealand been confirmed as New Zealand’s director of cricket. Buchanan will take on the role with New Zealand Cricket (NZC) in May, and will be in charge of the high-performance programme, while also overseeing the selection panel and implementing a talent identification system.

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2010 Champions League T20 to have new format

June 30, 2010 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

The 2010 Champions League Twenty20 will see two groups of five teams each competing in a round-robin format, with the top two sides from each group going through to the semi finals.

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Taylor to captain New Zealand in Sri Lanka tri-series

June 27, 2010 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

Ross Taylor has been appointed New Zealand captain for the tri-series in Sri Lanka in August. The national selectors have rested two key senior players in regular captain Daniel Vettori and Brendon McCullum for the tournament in Dambulla, also involving India. Vettori and McCullum have both been granted paternity leave and will also spend their time away reconditioning themselves for the busy season ahead. Fast bowler Kyle Mills will be Taylor’s deputy.

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New Zealand look to resume ties with Zimbabwe

June 16, 2010 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

In what is another positive development for Zimbabwe as a host of sporting events, New Zealand Cricket has said that it would like to resume cricketing ties with the country, following a fruitful meeting between the sports ministers of the two countries in Wellington earlier this week.

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Pakistan announce schedule for UAE series against South Africa

June 1, 2010 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced the itinerary of the ‘home’ series in the UAE against South Africa in October and November this year. The series will be shared between the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi and the Dubai International Cricket Stadium; the two grounds will join Sharjah, which has hosted Pakistan in the past, as Test venues in the UAE. The series will feature two Tests, five ODIs and a Twenty20 international.

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NZC sees USA as long-term investment

May 30, 2010 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is viewing its joint venture with United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) as a long-term investment that could even see USA host the ICC Champions Trophy, possibly after 2015.

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Seamers set up comprehensive win for Sri Lanka

May 24, 2010 | Cricket, General | | No Comments

Nuwan Kulasekara found the perfect lines and lengths for the slow and low track that the USA has dished out, and ripped the heart out of New Zealand’s batting with three wickets in his first over. Although Daniel Vettori and Nathan McCullum, the only New Zealanders to reach double figures, avoided the ignominy of the lowest total in Twenty20 internationals, 81 was never going to test Sri Lanka even on this pitch.

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