De Kock goes top, Cook hits rock bottom
Marks out of ten for the South Africa squad that played the Test series against New Zealand
Williamson and Raval top of the class for New Zealand
Marks out of ten for the New Zealand squad that played the Test series against South Africa
'Satisfied with how we are operating' - Hesson.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson looks at the positive aspects of New Zealand's home summer after the final day's play against South Africa in Hamilton was washed out, denying them a chance to level the Test series
Sunshine and rain: A story of two southern summers
New Zealand and South Africa played each other at the start and end of their seasons, and plenty went on in between
'New Zealand deserved to have a crack at us today' - du Plessis
Faf du Plessis said New Zealand were unfortunate that the final day's play was washed out, denying them a chance to level the Test series
Moonda: An intriguing series decided by one hour.
Firdose Moonda reviews the series between New Zealand and South Africa, after the third Test was drawn following a washout on the fifth day
New Zealand make lemonade from their lemons
New Zealand headed into the final Test missing Ross Taylor, Trent Boult and Tim Southee, but they found unlikely heroes when no one gave them a chance
Chocolate excess, and sunny non-cricket days
New Zealand in sight of a rare win
South Africa look to du Plessis to repeat blockathon
Can New Zealand end successful home summer on a high?
New Zealand ended the penultimate day of the Hamilton Test on top. Will they finish the job on day five? Will the weather hold? Or will de Kock and du Plessis be the heroes? Here's Firdose Moonda
New Zealand take strides towards levelling series
After a remarkable day's play - not least because there was no rain - New Zealand found themselves five wickets shy of beating South Africa and levelling the series
South Africa take series 1-0 after rained-out final day
With no play possible on the final day of the deciding Test in Hamilton, South Africa took the draw and secured yet another series win away from home
'Give the fielding team three balls to pick from' - Morkel
Morne Morkel said that the change of ball, due to it losing it's shape, in the 59th over of New Zealand's innings threw his team off
Williamson thwarts South Africa's best-laid plans
Much of South Africa's annoyance on the third day stemmed from one man's display of resolve and skill, a performance that showed why he sits among the modern-day greats
Firdose Moonda: Kane Williamson has established himself as a modern great.
Kane Williamson's record 17th Test century drove New Zealand on day three in Hamilton. Firdose Moonda has the story
Williamson hits record ton, but Test in balance
With an unbeaten 148, the New Zealand captain pushed his team into the lead in a match he has to win to level the series
Williamson's record-breaking day
Stats highlights from the third day of the Test in Hamilton, where Kane Williamson led New Zealand's response
De Kock enhances his Gilchrist comparison
South Africa in trouble, and Quinton de Kock saves the day with a fast-paced innings. It's becoming an increasingly common problem for their opponents
Latham's stunner sparks change in form
Tom Latham's excellent fielding display rubbed off on his batting and he finished the second day not out on 42, his best score of the series
Quinton de Kock stalls New Zealand despite finger trouble.
Firdose Moonda reports from Hamilton on a day when Quinton de Kock hit a rapid 90 to carry South Africa over 300
NZ openers solid after South Africa 314
Half-centuries from Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis took South Africa's total to 314 - from 5 for 2 and 190 for 6
Rain diminishes New Zealand advantage
New Zealand's discipline gave them four South African wickets on a pitch that was rather seamer-friendly on a day marred by rain
Moonda: NZ let SA off the hook again.
New Zealand made early incisions but allowed the visitors to recover through Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis on a rain-hit day in Hamilton
Cook on shaky ground after Hamilton omission
Did the South African selectors err by leaving out Stephen Cook, who was set to play a bigger role in England, and asking Theunis de Bruyn to bat out of position?