Blair Tickner, Will Young stars as NZ down Netherlands in opening one-dayer

Will Young scored his maiden century. Image : AFP

Will Young scored his maiden century. Image : AFP

Indeed, even without some best option players, has New Zealand taken care of the Netherlands challenge in the principal ODI in Mount Maunganui, winning by 7 wickets with 11.3 overs in excess.

Will Young and Blair Tickner were at the focal point of New Zealand’s ruling execution in the principal ODI. Youthful, playing just his third ODI, scored his lady ton in the arrangement and stayed not out on 103 off 114 balls to agree with his position over the line. Tickner intrigued with his speed on debut and picked 4 for 50.

Pursuing a humble objective of 203, New Zealand lost Martin Guptill in the third over however Young and Henry Nicholls (57 off 79) consolidated to add 162 runs for the subsequent wicket. Ross Taylor, who’s playing his last worldwide series, could oversee 11 off 17 preceding he was bowled by Michael Rippon. Commander Tom Latham then, at that point, joined Young at the wrinkle and the couple did the occupation for the hosts.

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Prior, the Netherlands ended up at inconvenience against the speed and bob removed by Tickner and Kyle Jamieson, and were decreased to 45 for 5 in the thirteenth over. Tickner picked two of those wickets and added a further two towards the back finish of the innings. The main association of note in the Dutch innings was worth 80 for the 6th wicket between Pieter Seelaar and Rippon.

Rippon, who’s as of now applied for a super durable residency in New Zealand and could before long address them, scored 67 off 97 balls, hitting four fours and a six. He likewise picked several wickets however his endeavors needed help from others as the Netherlands proceeded to be bowled out for 202 in the last over of the innings, with Jamieson picking the last wicket.

Brief Score : Netherlands 202/10 in 49.4 overs (Rippon 67, Seelaar 43; Tickner 4-50, Jamieson 3-45) lost to New Zealand 204/3 in 38.3 overs (Will Young 103*, Henry Nichollas 57; Rippon 2-32) by 7 wickets.

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