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Ryder escapes severe punishment, gets reprimand
Jesse Ryder has escaped severe punishment and got a reprimand during his Cricket Wellington (CW) code of conduct hearing.

Cricket's 'bad boy' Ryder admits hitting rock bottom before making turnaround
International cricket's "Bad Boy", Jesse Ryder, appears to be sorting out his booze-related problems, which resulted in him losing out on a New Zealand Cricket central contract for the 2012-13 season.

Easy life, free booze and parties part of IPL culture: Jesse Ryder
Out-of-favour New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder, who has admitted to have hit rock bottom in his international sporting career, has revealed that the four year old Indian Premier League (IPL) is one big party.

Taylor stresses on importance of Twenty20s to gain momentum for Windies tour
New Zealand cricket captain Ross Taylor is stressing the importance of making an early statement on their tour of the West Indies, which starts on Sunday with the first of two Twenty20 internationals.

Oram warns Windies against underestimating Black Caps in absence of key players
Veteran New Zealand all rounder Jacob Oram has warned the West Indies team against underestimating a young Black Caps unit, which is without three senior players during the two Twenty20 match series, starting on Sunday in Florida.

Cricket Wellington code of conduct hearing to decide Ryder's fate
New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder fate will be decided by the end of this week after his Cricket Wellington code of conduct hearing was finally convened last night, three months after an ugly clash between Ryder and Firebirds teammate Harry Boam.

Ryder's cricketing future in limbo after opting out of playing for New Zealand
New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder has informed the New Zealand Cricket (NZC) that he will not be available for a national contract for the 2012-13 season, leaving his cricketing future in the dark.

'Troubled' Kiwi batsman Ryder's immediate future hangs in balance
Kiwi batsman Jesse Ryder's imminent future is likely to become clearer when he, his manager Aaron Klee and New Zealand Cricket Players Association boss Heath Mills sit down with New Zealand Cricket's Director of Cricket, John Buchanan, and team manager Mike Sandle to go over his annual performance review.

Ryder not selected in Black Caps squad for Windies tour
Flashy New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder has not been selected in the New Zealand squad for the upcoming series against the West Indies.

Umpire restrains Ryder after on field row
Troubled New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder had a heated exchange with Firebirds teammate Harry Boam during a club match.

Ryder to go 'out of pocket' during IPL to ensure success
Kiwi all-rounder Jesse Ryder will look after the expenses of his clinical psychologist and manager during his Indian Premier League stint.

Ryder set to play in IPL after four weeks of self-imposed hiatus
Stylish Kiwi batsman Jesse Ryder is poised to end his month long self-imposed pause from cricket, to play in the lucrative Indian Premier League for the Pune Warriors.

'Disgruntled' Ryder pulls himself out of Kiwi first-class team Firebirds
A disgruntled Jesse Ryder has pulled out of the New Zealand first-class cricket team Wellington Firebirds.

'Stressed' Kiwi batsman Ryder to take indefinite break from cricket
Kiwi batsman Jesse Ryder is taking an indefinite break from cricket to resolve personal issues after undergoing a "deeply stressful and emotional time" in the team.

Kiwis announce team for first Test against Proteas, Nicol, Ellis new faces
Canterbury opener Rob Nicol and all-rounder Andrew Ellis are the new faces in the New Zealand test team named to face South Africa in the first Test to be played at the University Oval in Dunedin from next Wednesday.

Coach John Wright admits he's losing patience with star bat Jesse Ryder
Black Caps coach John Wright has admitted that he is losing patience with star batsman Jesse Ryder over his repeated indiscretions.

Kiwi batsman Jesse Ryder dropped for first Test against Proteas
Star Kiwi batsman Jesse Ryder has been dropped from the national squad for the first Test against South Africa because of poor form, and not because of going out for drinks or for being involved in a verbal bout with patrons of a bar.

Ryder doubtful for second ODI against South Africa
Jesse Ryder is doubtful for Wednesday's second one-day international against South Africa, as he has not fully recovered from a torn calf muscle.

Kiwi bowler Franklin supports embattled Ryder
New Zealand fast bowler James Franklin has defended teammate Jesse Ryder who has been under-fire for his failure to guide the Kiwi side to victory despite finding themselves in a comfortable situation at one point in the game against the Proteas in the final Twenty20 match.

Proteas beat New Zealand by 3 runs in a nerve-cracking final Twenty20
South Africa has won the three-match Twenty20 series against New Zealand 2-1, beating New Zealand by three runs in a thrilling final in Auckland.

Ryder faces fitness problem
New Zealand coach John Wright has said that Jesse Ryder will have to toil hard to make himself fit to return to international cricket.

Hobart Test: Victorian pacer Pattinson skittles Kiwis out for 150
Victorian pace bowlers James Pattinson and Peter Siddle skittled New Zealand out for 150 on Friday, the first day of the second Test with Australia.

Hobart Test: Oz selectors decide to keep faith in out-of-form opener Hughes
Australia's selection hierarchy has declared its confidence in out-of-form opener Phillip Hughes by confirming it will field an unchanged team in tomorrow's second Test against New Zealand in Hobart.

Taylor and Ryder wary of injury-hit Australia in Test series
New Zealand batsmen Ross Taylor and Jesse Ryder have denied suggestions that the relatively inexperienced Australian team will be vulnerable in the two-Test series.

After run glut against Australia 'A', Black Caps optimistic about good show at the Gabba
New Zealand is optimistic about putting in a good performance against Australia in the forthcoming Test series after three key batsmen - Jesse Ryder (175), Brendon McCullum (146) and captain Ross Taylor (138) scored big hundreds against Australia 'A' in a drawn four-day match.

Ryder keen to keep bowling despite injuries
New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder has denied suggestions that his days at the bowling crease in international cricket could be numbered.

Ryder hoping to return to cricket pitch as 'batsman' next week
New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder has decided to keep his bowling ambitions on hold, and is hoping to return to the pitch as early as next week.

Using Jesse Ryder as specialist batsman isn't far away, says Taylor
New Zealand captain Ross Taylor has admitted that injured all-rounder Jesse Ryder's days at the bowling crease in international cricket could be numbered.

Injured McKay doubtful for Bulawayo Test against Zimbabwe
New Zealand's preparations for the one-off Test against Zimbabwe have taken yet another hit as fast bowler Andy McKay has been struck down with a stomach bug.

Dhoni, Trott share third spot in ICC ODI player rankings
Indian captain M.S. Dhoni and England batsman Jonathan Trott have jointly claimed the third spot in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) player rankings for batsmen.

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