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Doug Bracewell joins Northamptonshire's promotion push
New Zealand allrounder was club's second choice after pursuit of Kemar Roach fell through

Malinga's hat-trick in magical 5 for 6 bamboozles New Zealand
That yorker, the late swing, the dip, the accuracy, that low-arm sling: the works - he's still got it

Bob Carter named New Zealand Women's coach
Carter, who has twice been assistant coach to the men's team, replaces Haidee Tiffen who opted not to reapply for her role

Clean-sweep danger looms for Sri Lanka against depleted New Zealand
New Zealand will be looking to seal just their second series clean sweep in a three-match T20I series, and their first away from home

Injury rules Martin Guptill out of final T20I, Ross Taylor fit to play
Worcestershire opener Hamish Rutherford pulled out of Vitality Blast to be with the squad as cover

De Grandhomme, Bruce star as New Zealand clinch thriller
Mitchell Santner hit the winning runs for the visitors in a dramatic final over

Spotlight on Sri Lanka's youngsters with series on the line
The relatively modest performances of New Zealand's fringe fast bowlers places them under some scrutiny as well

Taylor, de Grandhomme fireworks trump vintage Malinga
Daryl Mitchell and Mitchell Santner hold their nerve as New Zealand take a series lead

Fractured thumb cuts short Ferguson's Sri Lanka tour
Fast bowler set to be sidelined for four to six weeks

Next big limited-overs prize on Sri Lanka and New Zealand's radar as T20s begin
Both teams would be keen to try out fringe players as preparation for next year's T20 World Cup gets underway

Colin Munro, Scott Kuggeleijn hit form ahead of Sri Lanka T20Is
There may be concern that the rest of the batsmen - notably Martin Guptill who needed 24 balls to make only 22 - had left their work only half done

Ben Stokes rises to career-best ranking after Headingley blockbuster
As a collective, fast bowlers made the biggest impression in Leeds, North Sound and Colombo in the three World Test Championship games

Watling, Southee, Boult star as New Zealand snatch victory in failing light
Dickwella's dogged half-century in vain as Williamson's men secure 60 points

'I probably am' in the form of my career - Tom Latham
Having made 154 to give New Zealand a chance of winning a rain-afflicted Test, he now has a stunning four scores of over 150 in his last eight innings

Latham, Watling, de Grandhomme power New Zealand's dominance
On yet another rain-affected day, New Zealand's batting held together to drive their advantage forward

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