Cricket: New Zealand Cruise To Series Win Over Windies

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"I'm most disappointed with our performance. We did not foresee what happened. We were thinking above 200 on the last day when we got spinning with the Narine factor it would be an interesting game." Boult and Southee, along with the batting of Ross Taylor, laid the foundations for New Zealand's success. Taylor, with 131 in the first innings, scored 495 review in five innings in the series and he was only dismissed twice. From 10 Tests in the 2013 calendar year he averages 72.16. Boult (four for 23) and Southee (3-12) destroyed the West Indies' second innings.
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"We have had a pretty tough time of late. We have played some good cricket at home but haven't got the results ... so it is good to be able to put some results on that is very nice." PACE BOWLING New Zealand's pace bowlers had set up the small victory target late on Saturday when they destroyed West Indies' second innings by capturing all 10 wickets in the evening session. Trent Boult had blown the top off the order before Tim Southee polished off the tail to pick up his 100th test wicket as New Zealand dismissed the tourists shortly before the close for just 103 runs. Boult finished with 20 wickets for the series at an average of 15.40, while Southee took 18 wickets at 18.11 and are developing into an impressive new main page ball combination. "I think some of the fast bowling we have seen from Tim and Trent has been phenomenal this summer," McCullum added.
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New Zealand beat West Indies in third test, win series

It's not only an easy walk or shuttle to the downtown area, but it's also in close proximity to the main motorway, allowing easy access to the fine golf venues in the nearby suburbs. About four hours south of the city is Lake Taupo, which looks and sounds like Lake Tahoe. The biggest difference between the two is that one can actually swim in the former, while the alpine setting of the latter precludes anyone not in the local "Polar Bear Club" from braving the frigid waters of the famed lake on the Nevada-California border. New Zealand in general is an adventurer's paradise and the sports-and-outdoor scene in and around the town of Taupo crystallizes this sensibility. Coming to this wonderful country exclusively to play golf is a bit like going to Las Vegas just to gorge on buffets. It can be an important part of the experience, but focusing exclusively in that one area means far too much is overlooked.
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