BlackCaps 15-member team for upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka: Kane Williamson (c), Todd Astle, Tom Blundell, Trent Boult
, Colin de Grandhomme, Tom Latham, Henry Nicholls, Ajaz Patel, Jeet Raval, Will Somerville, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor, Neil Wagner, BJ Watling (wk).
"We knew our best balls are good enough for anyone, so it was nice to get the ball moving around and really put the pressure on them," said Boult
Patel had Sarfraz Ahmed caught off a miscued sweep for two and Bilal Asif stumped by Watling for 11 while Boult
, de Grandhomme and Neil Wagner also chipped in.
Earlier, New Zealand, led by their strike bowler Trent Boult
who finished with an impressive four for 54 in 18.2 overs, did not allow Pakistan to get to a first innings total they would have ideally liked.
One of many sports-oriented Bluetooth in-ears in an overcrowded market, the Boult
Audio Encore tries desperately to separate itself from the crowd.
New Zealand's Boult
, playing for Delhi Daredevils in the lucrative Twenty20 tournament, leapt airborne on the deep square leg boundary to pouch one-handed a shot by Virat Kohli, skipper of the Royal Challengers Bangalore, that appeared to be heading for six.
Chief destroyer Boult
was astounded, too, by the pace of events on his way to new career-best figures after Williamson put England in.
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BSM's purpose-built accommodation in Paradise Place was opened by HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1973, and in 1986, the Adrian Boult
Hall (lor ABH as it was called) was opened by the Duchess of Gloucester.
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand: Neil Wagner and Trent Boult
left Pakistan's second innings in tatters Saturday to put New Zealand in sight of a comprehensive first Test victory at the end of the third day in Christchurch.
NEW DELHI -- New Zealand's batsmen are struggling for answers against India's bowling attack, Black Caps pace spearhead Trent Boult
conceded Wednesday, before the second One-Day international (ODI) in New Delhi.
IT may have begun as a wake, but Birmingham Conservatoire's City of Sounds festival has turned into something of a celebration as the music faculty of Birmingham City University prepares for the demolition of its much-loved Adrian Boult
Hall, scheduled to begin next month.