• Black Caps down Windies in first T20 A poor West Indies effort with the bat has handed New Zealand a 47-run win in Friday's opening Twenty20 clash in Nelson. Dec 29
  • Black Caps beat Windies by 66-runs in ODI New Zealand have completed a clean sweep in their one-day international series against the West Indies with a 66-run win in the rain-affected third match. Dec 26
  • Windies quick reported for suspect action West Indies right-arm fast bowler Ronsford Beaton will undergo testing for a possible illegal bowling action after being reported by match officials in New Zealand. Dec 24
  • Boult powers NZ to ODI win over Windies Trent Boult's record 7-34 has powered New Zealand to a 204-run win over the West Indies in the second one-day international at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Dec 23
  • Black Caps beat West Indies in first ODI New Zealand have begun their marathon summer of white ball cricket with a straightforward five-wicket win over the West Indies in Whangarei. Dec 19
  • Black Caps sweep West Indies Test series The key to New Zealand's big win over the West Indies in Hamilton wasn't big scores by the batsmen or hauls of wickets by the bowlers, but tailenders teaming up for a frustrating 10th wicket partnership early in the game. Dec 12
  • Rain halts play in NZ-Windies second Test Rain has interrupted play in the second session of the second Test between New Zealand and the West Indies in Hamilton. Dec 9
  • Patient Windies strike late in Hamilton Jeet Raval and Colin de Grandhomme have scored contrasting half-centuries for New Zealand as the West Indies struck back late to grab bragging rights on the opening day of the second cricket Test in Hamilton. Dec 9
  • Windies target first-innings improvement The West Indies have admitted their first innings let them down in the opening Test in Wellington and new skipper Kraigg Brathwaite says a bigger score will be their priority in Hamilton. Dec 7
  • Windies rue first innings failure vs NZ Opposing captains Kane Williamson and Jason Holder have identified the West Indies' first innings as setting the tone for their heavy defeat at the hands of New Zealand in the first cricket Test in Wellington. Dec 3
  • Windies fight back in second dig The West Indies batsmen have shown more fortitude in their second innings against New Zealand as they reel in a daunting deficit. Dec 3
  • De Grandhomme flogs Windies around Basin Colin de Grandhomme has bludgeoned his way to his first Test century and the second-fastest by a New Zealander to turn the screws on the West Indies in Wellington. Dec 2
  • Ambris 'freak' dismissal creates record The West Indies' Sunil Ambris has created a little bit of cricketing history, becoming the first player to be dismissed hit wicket on the first ball of his Test career. Dec 1
  • West Indies wilt under Wagner barrage Neil Wagner's Test-best figures of 7-39 have given New Zealand control of the first Test against the West Indies as the tourists succumbed to the left-armer's tusual swag of short balls. Dec 1
  • Henry to start for NZ vs West Indies Matt Henry has got the nod over Lockie Ferguson for New Zealand's first cricket Test against the West Indies. Nov 29
  • Zimbabwe hold on for draw with Windies Zimbabwe's Regis Chakabva and captain Graeme Cremer put on an unbeaten eighth wicket stand of 91 to secure a draw in the second and final Test against West Indies at the Queens Sports Club. Nov 2
  • Holder, Dowrich tons put Windies on top Centuries from Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich at the tail end of West Indies' first innings took them to 448 all out on day four of the second Test against Zimbabwe. Nov 1
  • Holder, Dowrich give Windies Test lead An unbroken partnership of 144 down the order between Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder gave West Indies a 48-run lead over Zimbabwe at stumps on day three of the second Test. Oct 31
  • Cautious Windies in control of Zimbabwe A cautious West Indies crawled to 1-78 in their first innings at the close on the second day of the second Test against Zimbabwe. Oct 30
  • Bishoo spins Windies to win over Zimbabwe Devendra Bishoo provided an excellent display of leg-spin to grab four wickets as West Indies eased to a 117-run victory over Zimbabwe in the first Test, in Bulawayo. Oct 24