Tag: BlackCaps

Get ready to weep: The Blackcaps face their T20 heartbreakers

The Black Caps have rolled India and squeezed Australia, but now it’s time to take on Pakistan – a team that almost always find a way to break our hearts.

Sports: Jeremy Wells on Sulking, Bad Calls and Pink Balls

Jeremy Wells wraps up the historic first day-night test match between Australia and New Zealand and wonders whether that completely baffling DRS call really was the deciding factor.

Cricket: The Pink Ball Diaries, Day Three – Did We Just Watch Test Cricket Save Itself?

A close, captivating inaugural day-night test match. But was it enough to fix test cricket? Simon Day reports from Adelaide.

Arguing With My Dad: Kane Williamson, greatest of all time?

'Arguing with my Dad' is a new occasional column which features Greg Bruce in conversation with his father about sports. This week's disagreement: NZ's best batsmen.

Cricket: The Pink Ball Diaries, Live from Adelaide – Day Two

On day two tradition and modernity collided at one of the world’s most beautiful cricket grounds. Simon Day reports from Adelaide.

Cricket: The Pink Ball Diaries, Live from Adelaide – Day One

The first day of the inaugural day-night test fell on the first anniversary of the death of Phillip Hughes. Reporting from Adelaide, Simon Day found cricket was the best tribute to his memory.

Sports: How the Black Caps are Killing with Kindness

Actress, presenter and cricket tragic Sonia Gray on the stealthy way the Blackcaps have adopted reverse sledging and "respect-shaming" as tactics.