New Zealand batter Henry Nicholls is facing a ball tampering charge back home and is due to be adjudged by a committee regarding the same. Nicholls is part of the NZ squad to take on Bangladesh post ICC Cricket World Cup...
In batting for all of the fourth day, in productive partnerships with Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell, Williamson guided New Zealand from a 226 run deficit when England enforced the follow-on Sunday to a...
New Zealand batter Henry Nicholls became a victim of bizarre dismissal in the third Test against England.
Anchored by player of the series Mark Champan's unbeaten century in the fifth and final game, New Zealand drew the T20 series 2-2 after losing the first two matches at Lahore.
At the close of play on Day 1 of the third Test, New Zealand were 225/5 with Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell in another century stand.
Colin De Grandhomme has suffered an injury to his right leg that is expected to keep him out of action for 10-12 weeks.
Williamson posted his sixth double century and was out for 215 and Nicholls brought up his first and highest test score for New Zealand and was 200 not out when captain Tim Southee signalled the declaration.
Will Young partnered Henry Nicholls for a 162-run stand for the second wicket that saw New Zealand overhaul the Netherlands’ total of 202. Blair Tickner took 4/50 on debut.
Henry Nicholls scored 105 runs while Tom Blundell contributed with 96 as New Zealand took a 387-run first innings lead.