Zealand scored 5/360 in defeating Sri Lanka by 108 runs at the University Oval, which was the highest
innings score recorded at University Oval, see Ground Records
and Statistics at The University Oval - (ODI Cricket). During the innings a new All Countries sixth wicket
partnership record of 267 was set by L Ronchi and G D Elliott (NZL). See Partnership Records
(ODI Cricket) For All Countries, which also set a new ground partnership record. See
Ground Partnership Records (ODI Cricket) at the University Oval.
New Zealand have now won 20 and lost 10 of the 32 matches played between the two countries in New Zealand,
see New Zealand v Sri Lanka, and won the first match between the two
countries at the University Oval. See New Zealand v Sri Lanka at the University Oval.
Luke Ronchi scored 170 not out from 99 balls in the match, which was his maiden century,
and he has now scored 852 runs at an average of 37.04. His scoring rate is 125.11. See Performances
by Opponent at All Grounds. Luke Ronchi's innings set the follownig records. The highest innings score when
batting at number seven.
Highest Scores in Each Batting Position for New Zealand,
the highest score by a New Zealand player in his home country, see Highest Scores in Home
Country, the highest score by any player in 2015, see Highest Individual Innings in
Year 2015, the highest innings at University Oval.
Players Scoring Centuries at University Oval - (ODI Cricket), and the third highest innings
by a wicket keeper. See Wicket Keepers
Scoring a Century . Ronchi is averaging 58.6 when playing at Home, and 23.1 when playing away. See Analysis of Performances at Home and Away
Grant Elliott scored 104 not out from 96 balls in the match, which was his second century,
first against Sri Lanka, see Performances
by Opponent at All Grounds, first in New Zealand,
see Performances in New Zealand, and he has now scored 1,162 runs at an
average of 32.28. See New Zealand Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.
Nuwan Kulasekera took a wicket with the first ball of the match, which was the third time
that Kulasekera has taken a wicket with the first ball of the match. See Bowlers
taking a Wickets with First Ball of the Match. Kulasekara has now taken 176 wickets at an average of 34.31.
See Sri Lankan Players taking 100 Career Wickets.