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Across the Ditch: 'Horrific' call mars Day 1

Chris Rogers has some strong words about a potentially game-changing decision as he wraps up an eventful opening day's play in Wellington with Jason Bennett


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Warne's World: The ball that changed my life

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Across the Ditch: 'Horrific' call mars Day 1

Chris Rogers has some strong words about a potentially game-changing decision as he wraps up an eventful opening day's play in Wellington with Jason Bennett


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Day wrap: Australia in control

Thirteen wickets fell on an entertaining and controversial opening day of the first Test between New Zealand and Australia at Wellington's Basin Reserve


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Day one ends with no-ball controversy

Australia's Adam Voges is given a reprieve after being bowled off a no-ball in Wellington, but replays revealed Doug Bracewell's front foot was behind the line


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Players address Voges no-ball incident

Australia's Josh Hazlewood and New Zealand spinner Mark Craig share their views on the controversial no-ball call when Adam Voges was bowled by Doug Bracewell


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Warne comments 'not the Australian way': Langer

Justin Langer gives his thoughts on the public criticism of Steve Waugh by Shane Warne, saying Waugh was one of the most selfless cricketers he played with


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Match reaction: 'It's a good wicket for batting'

Australia's Josh Hazlewood on how the surface is holding up, late controversy and some impressive partnerships after a good day one for Australia in Wellington


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Match reaction: 'It was very tough to score'

New Zealand bowler Mark Craig pays tribute to the Aussie bowling performance and acknowledges a costly dropped catch after a lively start to the first test in Wellington


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Smith, Khawaja put on century stand

After a disastrous start to their innings, Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja combined forces for a hard-fought century partnership on day one of the first Test against the Black Caps


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Tea wrap: Kiwis rolled for 183

Nathan Lyon chipped in with three wickets in the middle session as Australia routed New Zealand for 183 shortly before tea on day one of the first Test


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Khawaja brilliance ends Boult's entertaining cameo

Trent Boult has gone down swinging in an entertaining cameo on the first day of the first Test, an excellent catch from Usman Khawaja ending his innings


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Craig bailed out of trouble in Wellington

Mitchell Marsh cursed his misfortune - and Mark Craig counted his blessings - as the bails proved particularly stubborn during this incident on day one of the first Test


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Windies dance their way into U19 final

The West Indies have danced their way into the final of the ICC Under 19 World Cup in Bangladesh, where they'll face India in the decider on Sunday