NEW Zealand have two days to take eight wickets to secure their first Test win in more than a year after the West Indies were forced to follow on in Dunedin.
TWO early wickets with the new ball after Ross Taylor's maiden double century have put New Zealand in total control of the first Test against the West Indies in Dunedin.
CAPTAIN Brendon McCullum hit his first Test century in three years and ex-skipper Ross Taylor reached three figures as New Zealand savaged the West Indies'.
ONCE again this season Queensland were set an unrealistic chance for victory after Western Australia captain Adam Voges batted the Bulls out of the clash.
A CENTURY from in-form opener Ryan Carters has led NSW to a come-from-behind six-wicket Sheffield Shield win over Tasmania at Bellerive.