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A case of the drunken cricketer and the parrot defense

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) A New Zealand cricket player offered this explanation for another drunken driving offense - he was rushing home to console his girlfriend over a dead parrot.
FOX Sports

Cricket - Bracewell blames pet parrot's demise for drink-driving

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand cricketer Doug Bracewell has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service for a third drink-driving offence after blaming the killing of a pet cockatoo by dogs..

Videos for Cricket: New Zealand

News video: Captaincy Overpowered My Batting- Stephen Fleming

Captaincy Overpowered My Batting- Stephen Fleming 03:10

Former New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming is as good with words, as he was with his decision during his captaincy days. The former Black Caps skipper for the first time speaks on his love other than..
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News video: Itchy Horse Needs a Good Scratch

Itchy Horse Needs a Good Scratch 00:35

Paddy is a loveable Clydesdale who loves getting a good scratch! If no one is there to scratch him, he takes matters into his own hands. It’s no surprise that Paddy features in his own..
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News video: India Move Up To The 3rd Position In The ICC ODI Rankings

India Move Up To The 3rd Position In The ICC ODI Rankings 00:45

South Africa maintained their top slot in the ICC ODI rankings ahead of Australia in the latest annual update on May 1. India, meanwhile, has moved up a place to swap positions with New Zealand, who..
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Kiwis in landmark ODI loss to Bangladesh

Bangladesh have made history with a five-wicket defeat of New Zealand in Dublin although the Black Caps are tri-series winners.
SBS Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Live Cricket Score of Bangladesh vs New Zealand, Tri-Series, 6th match

Catch the live updates of Bangladesh vs New Zealand from Dublin

Latham ton leads NZ carnage

A century from the skipper and five 50-plus stands set hosts a target of 345 in their final ODI of the tri-series

NZ insert Tigers in Dublin

nz insert tigers in dublin
New Zealand won the toss and elected to field against Bangladesh in the third ODI in the tri-series in Dublin on Wednesday.

Wagner released from New Zealand squad

Pacer will have to wait for his ODI debut and will join Essex for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Kent

Tim Horan says Wallabies can't win Bledisloe Cup without Kurtley Beale

Two-time World Cup winner Tim Horan says the Wallabies need to seriously consider resting Kurtley Beale for the June Test series because without him they won't be able to beat New Zealand in the..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Niall O'Brien overcomes doubts to record first ODI century for Ireland

niall o'brien overcomes doubts to record first odi century for ireland
Niall O'Brien says scoring his first one-day international century is "a nice milestone personally" as his Ireland side lost by 51 runs to New Zealand in Dublin on Sunday.
BBC Sport

Santner fifer helps New Zealand overcome Irish scare

Defending 289, visitors overcame Niall O'Brien's maiden ODI ton to win their series opener by 51 runs

Tri-Nation Series: Ireland beaten by New Zealand in Dublin

tri-nation series: ireland beaten by new zealand in dublin
Niall O'Brien's maiden ODI century is not enough to prevent Ireland falling to a 51-run defeat by New Zealand at Malahide.
BBC Sport

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