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Dion Nash: 'There was a bit of feeling sorry for an Australian' - Radio Sport

Dion Nash: 'There was a bit of feeling sorry for an Australian'Radio SportDion Nash was one of New Zealand's most combative cricketers, but even he was almost rooting for Australian Marcus Stoinis. Commentator Nash told the Radio Sport Breakfast that it was "weird that we could like an Australian" after a stunning unbeaten ...and more »

The story of Marcus Stoinis, from Perth to Melbourne with plenty in between - Fox Sports;

The story of Marcus Stoinis, from Perth to Melbourne with plenty in between - Fox Sports

Fox SportsThe story of Marcus Stoinis, from Perth to Melbourne with plenty in betweenFox SportsTO THE casual observer, Marcus Stoinis' brutal and unbeaten 146 for Australia on Monday in New Zealand was a bolt from the blue. “Wow, who is this bloke?” was the general theme among social media users as the 27-year-old's innings advanced ...and more »

Mike Hesson wants the Black Caps to bowl exactly as they did at Eden Park, except this time it'll work - Stuff.co.nz;

Mike Hesson wants the Black Caps to bowl exactly as they did at Eden Park, except this time it'll work - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzMike Hesson wants the Black Caps to bowl exactly as they did at Eden Park, except this time it'll workStuff.co.nzBlack Caps coach Mike Hesson says the team failed to adapt when Australian Marcus Stoinis hit out. What seemed like an odd thing for Mike Hesson to say actually made perfect sense. After all, New Zealand had shipped 114 runs in the final 10 overs ...and more »

Black Caps coach Mike Hesson lauds Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis for 'Superman' batting display - Stuff.co.nz;

Black Caps coach Mike Hesson lauds Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis for 'Superman' batting display - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzBlack Caps coach Mike Hesson lauds Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis for 'Superman' batting displayStuff.co.nzBlack Caps coach Mike Hesson reveals his "heart rate went up" as the Eden Park ODI went down to the wire. Marcus Stoinis, or Clark Kent with a cricket bat? Black Caps coach Mike Hesson knew exactly who he saw arriving at the crease at Eden Park on ...and more »

'We've just beaten the number one side in the world': Hesson turns prickly at question over Black Caps' bowling issues - TVNZ

'We've just beaten the number one side in the world': Hesson turns prickly at question over Black Caps' bowling issuesTVNZBlack Caps coach Mike Hesson admits his side have work to do on its late innings bowling, but today rejected concerns over the strength of his bowling line-up when he fronted the media in Auckland. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration ...and more »

Watch: Brilliant Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson executes match-winning runout to end epic Australian fightback - TVNZ

Watch: Brilliant Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson executes match-winning runout to end epic Australian fightbackTVNZThe Black Caps have won a thrilling Chappell-Hadlee series opener at Eden Park by just six runs against Australia. Captain Kane Williamson showed composure in the most crucial of moments to nab a runout for the final wicket of the game. Australian ...and more »

Marcus Stoinis says bowling work made him a better Australian all-rounder after stunning ODI performance - ABC Online;

Marcus Stoinis says bowling work made him a better Australian all-rounder after stunning ODI performance - ABC Online

ABC OnlineMarcus Stoinis says bowling work made him a better Australian all-rounder after stunning ODI performanceABC OnlineThere are no cliches about second impressions, but game-breaking all-rounder Marcus Stoinis delivered a fine reminder of their value in Auckland. Stoinis' astonishing knock of 146 not out at Eden Park on Monday was rightly lauded as one of the great ...and more »

Marcus Stoinis' amazing innings made me feel something I've never felt before - The Spinoff;

Marcus Stoinis' amazing innings made me feel something I've never felt before - The Spinoff

The SpinoffMarcus Stoinis' amazing innings made me feel something I've never felt beforeThe SpinoffA weird thing happened to me at the cricket yesterday: for the first time in my life I felt sympathy for Australia, confesses Jamie Wall. It was at around 4:30pm yesterday that the unthinkable happened. Maybe it was the oppressive heat. Maybe it was ...and more »

Black Caps take lessons from game one - Radio New Zealand;

Black Caps take lessons from game one - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandBlack Caps take lessons from game oneRadio New ZealandThe Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has single-handedly set-up the rest of the Chappell-Hadlee series after almost pulling off a remarkable victory in the first game at Eden Park. Kane Williamson and Tim Southee celebrate the running out of Josh ...and more »

Adam Cooper: Heavy handed security hitting streakers too hard - Newstalk ZB;

Adam Cooper: Heavy handed security hitting streakers too hard - Newstalk ZB

Newstalk ZBAdam Cooper: Heavy handed security hitting streakers too hardNewstalk ZBAside from the deserved standing ovations for Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis, and cheers of relief for Kane Williamson's match-winning run-out, the loudest shouts of the day from the crowd at Eden Park in the Chappell-Hadlee series opener came ...and more »

The List: The most dominant innings in one-day history - New Zealand Herald

The List: The most dominant innings in one-day historyNew Zealand HeraldMarcus Stoinis' 146 not out at Eden Park yesterday has been described as the finest ODI knock seen at the Auckland ground. From the 117 balls he faced, the Aussie smashed 11 sixes and nine fours. He also put on 54 for the 10th wicket, with number 11 ...and more »

Australia's Josh Hazlewood sets record for longest diamond duck - Stuff.co.nz;

Australia's Josh Hazlewood sets record for longest diamond duck - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzAustralia's Josh Hazlewood sets record for longest diamond duckStuff.co.nzWhile Marcus Stoinis was blasting records at one end, tailender Josh Hazlewood set another with his runout to end the ODI match. Hazlewood is now the holder of the longest ever diamond duck – when a batsman is dismissed without facing a ball.and more »

Neil Broom pays tribute to Marcus Stoinis after 'special' innings - Newshub;

Neil Broom pays tribute to Marcus Stoinis after 'special' innings - Newshub

NewshubNeil Broom pays tribute to Marcus Stoinis after 'special' inningsNewshubBlackcaps batsman Neil Broom has paid tribute to Marcus Stoinis after the all-rounder hit 146 off 117 balls to almost steal the first one-dayer in Auckland on Monday. Arriving at the crease at 54-5 after the Blackcaps bowling attack tore through ...and more »

Cricket: Marcus Stoinis produced the finest ODI innings Eden Park has ever seen - New Zealand Herald

Cricket: Marcus Stoinis produced the finest ODI innings Eden Park has ever seenNew Zealand HeraldMarcus Stoinis' unbeaten 146 stands as arguably the finest exhibition of ODI hitting on Eden Park. Photosport. Marcus Stoinis' sensational unbeaten 146 stands as arguably the finest exhibition of ODI hitting on Eden Park. There have been other notable ...and more »

From Marcus Stoinis blitz to eliminator thriller: Top 5 close AUS-NZ finishes - Hindustan Times;

From Marcus Stoinis blitz to eliminator thriller: Top 5 close AUS-NZ finishes - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesFrom Marcus Stoinis blitz to eliminator thriller: Top 5 close AUS-NZ finishesHindustan TimesMarcus Stoinis celebrates the wicket of Kane Williamson during the first ODI between New Zealand and Australia on Monday.(AFP). Marcus Stoinis's valiant ton went in vain as New Zealand clinched a thrilling six-run victory over Australia in the first ...and more »

Cricket: Say Marcus Stoinis who? Well, watch that digger - New Zealand Herald

Cricket: Say Marcus Stoinis who? Well, watch that diggerNew Zealand HeraldIf you frowned and asked "Marcus Stoinis who?" while staring at the TV yesterday watching the Black Caps v Australia ODI in Auckland then you're not alone. Marcus Peter Stoinis, who came a lousy, lusty six shy of doing the unthinkable at Eden Park last ...and more »

New Zealand vs Australia, 1st ODI: Marcus Stoinis disappointed after 6-run defeat despite his stunning performance - Cricket Country;

New Zealand vs Australia, 1st ODI: Marcus Stoinis disappointed after 6-run defeat despite his stunning performance - Cricket Country

Cricket CountryNew Zealand vs Australia, 1st ODI: Marcus Stoinis disappointed after 6-run defeat despite his stunning performanceCricket CountryAfter scoring an unbeaten 146 off 117 and picking up 3 for 49 against New Zealand, Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis expressed disappointment after his side lost by 6 runs in the first of the three-ODI series. By CricketCountry Staff. | Updated ...and more »

Marcus Stoinis, Auckland and 'Australianism' - Cricket Country;

Marcus Stoinis, Auckland and 'Australianism' - Cricket Country

Cricket CountryMarcus Stoinis, Auckland and 'Australianism'Cricket CountryMeek surrenders at Trent Bridge (Ashes 2015) and Hobart (2016-17) had underlined that Australian cricket had lost its most exclusive and special trait, but then, there are men like Mitchell Starc and Marcus Stoinis, who say this is not the case. By ...and more »

Marcus Stoinis and his many records in during Australia vs New Zealand 1st ODI - Cricket Country;

Marcus Stoinis and his many records in during Australia vs New Zealand 1st ODI - Cricket Country

Cricket CountryMarcus Stoinis and his many records in during Australia vs New Zealand 1st ODICricket CountryMarcus Stoinis also became the 3rd batsman to score more than 50% of the innings total while batting at No. 7. By Abhishek Kumar. | Updated : January 30, 2017 8:18 PM IST. 0 Shares. Facebook share · Twitter share · Share on Google+ · Share on Whatsapp.and more »

Marvellous Marcus Stoinis comes within whisker of heroic win - The Australian;

Marvellous Marcus Stoinis comes within whisker of heroic win - The Australian

The AustralianMarvellous Marcus Stoinis comes within whisker of heroic winThe AustralianLast night in Auckland Mitchell Starc would have been able to put his arm around a crestfallen Marcus Stoinis and sympathise about heroic performance wasted. A place in history squandered. The fast bowler was, like the 27-year-old allrounder yesterday, ...and more »