Cricket

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Latham says he grew up watching the Black Caps take on Australia and dreamed of taking part one day.

'I'll see how the ball's going in': Tom Latham a keeping option against Aussies

Latham is being sized up as a makeshift wicketkeeping option.

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Mehedi Hasan Miraz left the ball thinking it was sailing wide only to watch it fly past his frozen body and send the bails flying.

Play abandoned as Black Caps battle through on day two

Heavy rain saw play abandoned with NZ trailing by 29 runs.

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Mitchell Swepson will see this final ball in his nightmares for a while after his howling running mistake cost Brisbane the win.

'What's going on?!' Ridiculous wide final ball becomes runout opportunity to ruin Heat's chase in BBL thriller

Mitchell Swepson will see this final ball in his nightmares after his howling running mistake.

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Brendon McCullum launched a quickfire 64 runs for the Heat in their agonising one run loss to the Renegades.

Watch: Bazza's at it again! Captain fantastic blasts BBL ball all around the Gabba to spearhead Brisbane Heat's attack

Brendon McCullum launched a blazing 64 runs for the Heat in their one run loss to the Renegades.

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Bangladesh were holding their own at the start of the second Test in Christchurch but the Kiwi pace duo shut their momentum down emphatically.

Black Caps aiming for assertive innings after bowlers give side pole position against Bangladesh on day two

Tim Southee and Trent Boult combined for nine wickets as Bangladesh ended day one of the second Test 289 all out.

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Mehedi Hasan Miraz left the ball thinking it was sailing wide only to watch it fly past his frozen body and send the bails flying.

Watch: Neil Wagner completely fools Bangladesh batsman with filthy swinging delivery onto off stump

He may have only had one for the day, but it was a brilliant piece of bowling regardless.

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Trent Boult and Tim South both picked up wickets at Hagley Oval  in Christchurch in their second Test.

Bangladesh claw their way to 289 all out as Black Caps pacemen get the job done

Southee snagged five wickets while Boult took four on day one of the second Test.

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Trent Boult and Tim South both picked up wickets at Hagley Oval  in Christchurch in their second Test.

Bangladesh make bold start to second Test despite early Black Caps breakthroughs

The visitors are 128/2 at lunch on Day One after being sent in to bat.

England's David Willey watches India's captain Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh celebrate their victory in the second one-day international cricket match at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, India, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

India claim victory in thrilling second ODI against England

Yuvraj Singh (150) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (134) combined in a 256-run partnership to give India a whopping 381-6 total.

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Smith scored an unbeaten 108 off 104 balls in his side's seven-wicket win over Pakistan.

Steve Smith stars in Australian ODI win over Pakistan with classy century

Australia reached 265-3 with five overs to spare, with Smith scoring an unbeaten 108 off 104 balls.

Watch: Black Caps spinner Ish Sodhi destroys Thunder with sublime six-wicket haul, sends them packing in Big Bash

Adelaide's spinner Sodhi was the star of the show, taking 6-11 off his three overs in the Big Bash.

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Najibullah Zadran slipped over while at the crease during the Desert T20 tournament but that didn’t slow him down one bit.

Watch: Afghan cricketer casually slogs monster six one-handed

Najibullah Zadran slipped over while at the crease during the Desert T20 tournament, but that didn't slow him down one bit.

Watch: Suspended funnyman McCullum burns teammate with brutal sideline sledge

After a teammate suggested B-Mac would rather be on the golf course anyway, the Brisbane heat skipper delivered a cutting riposte.

Mitchell Swepson spins Heat to Big Bash win over Melbourne Stars

Swepson's 2-14 helped restrict the Stars to 138-7 before the Heat reached their target with 11 balls to spare.

Steve Smith celebrates his catch to dismiss Watling.
New Zealand Black Caps v Australia. The Chappell–Hadlee Trophy, One Day International Cricket. SCG, Sydney, Australia. Sunday 4 December 2016 © Copyright photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Australia aim to fix wonky top order against Pakistan

In the series-opener against Pakistan at the Gabba, Australia crashed to 78-5 before being rescued by a Matthew Wade century.

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Mike Hesson says his players aren't out head hunting their opponents, that there are rules in place for the bouncer.

Video: 'No one is intending on hurting anybody' – Black Caps coach dismisses bouncer intentions

Mike Hesson says his players aren't out head hunting their opponents, that there are rules in place for the bouncer.

Watch: 'They've gone absolutely nuts!' Kiwi's epic HAT-TRICK in Women's Big Bash sends everyone crazy

Amy Satterthwaite claimed the first hat-trick of the WBBL season to lift Hobart into the top four of the competition.

Watch: Big Bash keeper clobbered by flying bat in most bizarre cricket moment you'll probably never, ever see again

Gloveman Nevill was helped from Adelaide Oval with a possible fractured cheekbone after being struck by a bat handle.

Brendon McCullum of the Brisbane Heat

'It's a shame' - Brendon McCullum's Big Bash ban lamented by opponents

Luke Wright of the Melbourne Stars admits that the former Black Caps captain's suspension is bad for the tournament.

Watch: Kane Williamson's rapid century leads Black Caps to famous Test win over Bangladesh

New Zealand have secured a seven wicket win, chasing 217 on the last day to win the first Test in Wellington.

As it happened: Kane Williamson century steers New Zealand to incredible Test win over Bangladesh

The Black Caps have won the first Test with Bangladesh in Wellington by seven wickets thanks to an unbeaten hundred from captain Kane Williamson.

Bangladesh face tough battle against NZ at the Basin

The first Test between NZ and Bangladesh could go down to the wire on the final day, with an unenviable world record up for grabs.

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 06:  Australian fast bowlers Mitchell Starc (L) and Mitchell Marsh (R) of Australia prepare prior to game two of the One Day International series between Australia and New Zealand at Manuka Oval on December 6, 2016 in Canberra, Australia.  (Photo by Matt King - CA/Cricket Australia/Getty Images)

Mitch Marsh, Mitchell Starc out of Australia's third ODI in Perth

Australia will add an allrounder to their squad to replace an injured Marsh, who will miss the remainder of the series against Pakistan.

Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav's centuries leads India to stunning ODI win over England

Kohli and Jadhav put on 200 runs for the fifth wicket as India scored 356-7 in 48.1 overs to seal a stunning win over England.

Pakistan defeat Australia to level up ODI series

Pakistan have shown some much-needed resilience to claim a six-wicket victory over Australia at the MCG.

Pakistan rout Australia for 220 in second ODI at the MCG

Regular wickets meant that Pakistan will need to chase 221 to square the ODI series with the Aussies.

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