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BBL: Jimmy Neesham signs with Hobart Hurricanes
"A lot of people say Tasmania is a bit like a mini NZ, so I'm looking forward to getting over there"

Kerr and Green lead New Zealand to series victory against Bangladesh
The two had a 77-run stand to help New Zealand post 148, which was well beyond Bangladesh's reach

Hand injury forces Brooke Halliday out of remainder of Bangladesh series
Rebecca Burns replaces the batter in New Zealand's T20I squad, with Georgia Plimmer retained as cover for ODIs

Lea Tahuhu, Hayley Jensen wreak havoc as Bangladesh are routed for 32
No visiting batter got into double figures, after Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine and Maddy Green set the hosts up with the bat

New Zealand take ODI series 1-0 after yet another no-result
They were well ahead of the DLS target when rain forced the players off after 18 overs of the chase

Dean Brownlie named New Zealand Women's batting coach
Australian Craig Howard, meanwhile, takes over as spin-bowling coach

Rain in the air, again, as India look to square series against dynamic New Zealand
India will have to choose between Samson and Hooda again as New Zealand look to extend their superb ODI record in Christchurch

Jess McFadyen set to debut in white-ball series against Bangladesh
Lea Tahuhu, Georgia Plimmer named in T20I squad only; Hannah Rowe, Molly Penfold picked just for ODIs

Gill and Suryakumar sparkle before rain washes out stop-start Hamilton ODI
Only 12.5 overs were possible after New Zealand put India in

Can India stop New Zealand's home juggernaut in high-scoring Hamilton?
The hosts have won each of their last 13 home ODIs, and each of their last five meetings with India

Electric Latham, calm Williamson give New Zealand win with lots to spare
Slow start comes back to haunt India as their 306 is overhauled with 17 balls in hand by the hosts

India, New Zealand turn focus towards ODIs and the 2023 World Cup
Kane Williamson has played only six ODIs since the previous World Cup, while India are missing a lot of their regular players

Williamson: Guptill will be missed but he has not retired
NZ captain opens up about the way forward with more players choosing to go the franchise T20 way

England lose top spot in ODIs to New Zealand following 3-0 loss to Australia
Australia, meanwhile, have moved past Pakistan to go to No. 4

Warner back in top five in ODI batting rankings; Conway moves to No. 3 among T20I batters
Starc moves to No. 4 in ODI bowling rankings while Smith goes up to seventh in the batting charts

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