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Kane Williamson hands over New Zealand Test captaincy to Tim Southee

Christchurch/UNI: New Zealand will see out the rest of their World Test Championship campaign with a new captain, with Kane Williamson handing over responsibilities to pace bowler Tim Southee.

Kane Williamson, Latham help New Zealand beat India by seven wickets in 1st ODI

Auckland:  New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson (94*) and Tom Latham (145*) contributed 221 runs in their fourth wicket partnership as they defeated India by seven wickets in the first match of the ODI series here on Friday.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson to miss final T20I against India

Napier/UNI: New Zealand have suffered a massive blow ahead of their third and final T20I against India on Tuesday with news that skipper and star batter Kane Williamson will miss the match to attend a medical appointment.

T20 World Cup: New Zealand win toss, elect to bat first against Pakistan in semi final 1

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to bat first against Pakistan in the first semi final of the T20 World Cup 2022 at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney on Wednesday.

NZ skipper Williamson to miss second test against England due to Covid19

Nottingham: New Zealand captain Kane Williamson will miss the second Test against England in Nottingham on Friday after having tested Covid-19 positive the night before the match.

Kane Williamson tests COVID-19 positive, to miss second Test against England

London: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has tested COVID-19 positive which will make him miss the second Test against England in Nottingham on Friday.

IPL: SRH captain Williamson to fly back for child's birth

Mumbai: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) skipper Kane Williamson will leave the Indian Premier League (IPL) bubble to travel back to New Zealand for the birth of his second child, the franchise said on Wednesday.

2nd Test: India win toss, elect to bat first against New Zealand

Mumbai/IBNS: Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat first against New Zealand in the second Test here on Friday.

Kane Williamson to miss T20 Internationals against India, prefers to focus on Test series

Christchurch: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, under whose leadership his team played the T20 World final, will miss this week’s three-game T20 series against India as he prioritises preparing for the Test series against the home side.

T20 World Cup: Kane Williamson plays heroic knock of 85 runs to set 172/4 against Australia

Dubai: Kane Williamson smashed 48-ball 85 as he helped his New Zealand side reach 172 runs for the loss of four wickets in the T20 World Cup final clash against Australia here on Sunday.

Kane Williamson back as No.1 in MRF Tyres ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings

Dubai: New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has reclaimed the No.1 position in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings after leading his side to the ICC World Test Championship title in Southampton last week.

ICC congratulates the Black Caps: The inaugural World Test Champions

Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) congratulates the Black Caps on winning the inaugural ICC World Test Championship beating India in a riveting final at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.

Kane Williamson, Taylor steer New Zealand to inaugural World Test C'ship title

Southampton/UNI: A brilliant performance by pacers and a composed run chase by Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor led New Zealand to historic inaugural World Test Championship title after beating India by 8 wickets on the sixth and final day of the marquee final, here on Wednesday.

WTC Final: NZ take 32 runs lead against India

Southampton: New Zealand batsmen took a slender but significant lead of 32 runs against India as they were bowled for 249 runs in the first innings of the World Test Championship final here on Tuesday.

World Test Championship Final playing conditions announced

Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced the playing conditions for the ICC World Test Championship Final featuring India and New Zealand at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton next month.