Which of the following New Zealand players was the first to take 9 field catches in a 3 Test series?
Bryan Young took 9 catches in the series against Pakistan in 1993/94.
Which New Zealand player has taken the most wickets at AMI Stadium (Christchurch) in Tests?
Sir Richard Hadlee took 76 wickets at an average of 21.51.
Who is the only New Zealand player to have scored a century and taken 4 wickets in the same ODI match?
Nathan Astle scored 117 and took 4/43 against Pakistan at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in 1997.
What was unusual about D A Stirling (NZL) being dimissed bowled during 3rd Test against West Indies at Kensington Oval in 1985?
A bouncer from Malcomlm Marshall deflected from Stirlings helmet to his stumps.
Why did the West Indies not take to the field after tea on the 3rd day of Test against New Zealand at Lancaster Park in 1980?
The West Indies requested a change of umpire, but after refusal, emerged on the ground about 12 minutes late.
At which New Zealand Ground was the highest ODI innings score achieved?
New Zealand scored 6/393 against West Indies at Westpac Stadium in 2015.
Which New Zealand player has taken the most field catches in Tests?
Stephen Fleming took 171 field catches.
Who was the first New Zealand player to have scored Test Centuries in three consecutive innings?
Andrew Jones scored 3 consecutive centuries commencing in January 1991.
Against which team did New Zealand record its highest score in ODI Matches?
New Zealand scored 2/402 against Ireland at Mannofield Park in 2008.
Which of the following New Zealand players has hit the most sixes in his ODI Career?
Brendan McCullum hit 200 sixes in his ODI career.
Which New Zealand bowler has the best match bowling performance in a Test match?
Richard Hadlee took 15/123 against Australia at the Brisbane Cricket Ground in 1985.
What was the reason for the cancellation of the second and third Tests in the 1986/87 series between Sri Lanka and New Zealand?
Following a bomb blast in Colombo, New Zealand refused to continue tour.
What was unique about the 2nd Test between New Zealand and England at Eden Park in February 1988?
It was the first occurence of a Test ending on the 29th February.
What is New Zealand's highest number of consecutive Drawn Test matches?
New Zealand drew 9 consecutive matches from 21/02/1964 until 12/03/1965.
Who was the first New Zealand wicket keeper to not concede a bye in an ODI Total of 300 or more?
Warren Lees conceded no byes in a total of 6/322 against England at The Oval in 1983.
Who was the first New Zealand player to score a century and take 5 wickets in an innings in the same Test Match?
Bruce Taylor scored 105 and took 5/86 against India at Eden Gardens in 1965.
Which New Zealand Ground with minimum of 15 ODI, has the highest scoring rate (runs per over)?
The scoring rate at Seddon Park is currently (16/02/2018) 5.25 runs per over.
Who was the first New Zealand bowler to take 20 wickets in a 4 Test series?
Richard Hadlee took 21 wickets against England in 1983.
What was the reason the umpire signalled noball to a delivery from Lance Cairns (NZL) that had Jim Higgs (AUS) caught by Lees?
Umpire Bailhache adjudged it a noball for intimadatory bowling under Law 42(8).
Who was the first New Zealand player to play 100 Tests?
Stephen Fleming played his 100th Test against South Africa at Supersport Park in April 2006.
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