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Ross Taylor

About Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor is a New Zealand Cricket Player. He is a middle-order batsman.

Professional Biography

As Cricket player

In January 09, he rejected speculation that he will forgo his New Zealand contract to become a Twenty20 specialist and cash in on lucrative offers from around the world.

Ross Taylor in News

Paymetric Adds Industry Leaders for Expansion Following Record Growth
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Ahmedabad Hotel and Cricket Superstars Go to Bat for Girls' Rights
There are many things that set the Courtyard Ahmedabad apart from other hotels in Ahmedabad's rapidly growing S.G. Highway district. There are its executive lounge, O2 Spa and 7,492 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space, for starters, which are hard to match. Then there are its luxurious guest rooms and exceptional dining options

Wood Partners, Chesapeake Realty Partners and Taylor Property Group Begin Development of Two Apartment Communities in Towson
Development has begun on two buildings that will bring 470 new homes to the Towson town center.

Somerset Capital Reacts to Failure of Red Lion Hotels' Strategic Process
Somerset Capital Management ("Somerset") released the following statement this afternoon:

Somerset Capital Reiterates Call for Action at Red Lion Hotels
Somerset Capital Management ("Somerset") released the following statement this morning:

Somerset Capital Releases Its Letter to Red Lion Hotel's Board, Calls For Action
Somerset Capital Management ("Somerset") has released a follow up to comments it made on the Red Lion Hotel fourth quarter conference call. Somerset sent a letter to members of the company's Board of Directors on March 8, 2012

Kiwis summon Test specialists to cover for 'injury-hit' ODI squad against Windies
Test specialists Brendon McCullum, Neil Wagner, Chris Martin, Daniel Vettori and Kruger van Wyk have all been asked to join the New Zealand squad earlier than their scheduled time in order to give a boost to their injury-hit one-day squad.

Naraine leads Windies to 2-0 whitewash over New Zealand
Spinner Sunil Narine bamboozled New Zealand to hand West Indies a 61-run victory, and a clean sweep of their Twenty20 International double-header.

Windies crush Black Caps in Twenty20
New Zealand has made an awful start to their cricket tour against the West Indies.n sweltering heat in Lauderhill, Florida, the West Indies won the first Twenty20 international by 56 runs.

New Zealand wary of Windies' 'big hitters' ahead of T20 series clash
New Zealand captain Ross Taylor is wary of the West Indies big hitters Chris Gayle, Dwayne Smith, Marlon Samuels and Kieron Pollard ahead of their Twenty20 series in the United states.

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.

Taylor eyeing return to IPL after undergoing arm surgery
New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor is set for a rapid return to the Indian Premier League after undergoing an arm surgery.

'Injured' Taylor hopeful of playing in IPL
New Zealand captain Ross Taylor has expressed hope of playing in next month's Indian Premier League despite suffering an arm fracture in the third Test against South Africa.

Taylor admits he was ready to bat with broken arm to save Wellington Test
New Zealand Test team captain Ross Taylor has said he was ready to bat despite of having a broken arm to save the Wellington Test match against the Proteas.

Taylor out on final day of Wellington Test due to broken arm
New Zealand captain Ross Taylor has been ruled out on the final day of the Wellington Test after he broke his left arm as his team narrowly avoided the follow-on .

Kiwis to face tough final day with Proteas attaining 274-run lead in Wellington Test
New Zealand will face a tense final day of the Wellington Test in trying to avoid defeat against South Africa.

Proteas end day one of third Test against New Zealand on 136 for 2
South Africa ended day one of the third Test against New Zealand on 136 for the loss of two wickets. A fluent 63 from opener Hashim Amla contributed to the Proteas total.

Kiwis pondering over picking extra batsman for final Test
The New Zealand cricket team is contemplating on picking an extra batsman in the final Test match against South Africa after losing the second Test match by nine wickets, courtesy of dramatic batting collapses in both the innings.

'Virtual Eye' maker owns up fault in wrong dismissal of Taylor against Proteas
Ian Taylor, creator of Virtual Eye technology used in cricket for the decision review system (DRS), has admitted fault in Ross Taylor's leg before dismissal against South Africa during the second Test match at Hamilton on Friday.

Kiwis in trouble after dramatic five wicket for no run collapse on Day 1 of Hamilton Test
New Zealand suffered a dramatic collapse and lost five wickets for no runs in 20 balls to crash to 185 in 61.2 overs on the opening day of the Hamilton Test against South Africa.

Gillespie replaces Southee in Black Caps squad for Hamilton Test
Wellington fast bowler Mark Gillespie will replace Tim Southee in a 14-member New Zealand squad for the Hamilton Test against South Africa.

Kiwis still in hunt of win after day four of Dunedin Test against Proteas
New Zealand battled back after the loss of early wickets to reach 132-2 in their second innings, still 264 runs short of victory, with skipper Ross Taylor and Brendon Mc Cullum at the crease at the end of day four of the Dunedin Test.

Kiwis end second day of Dunedin Test with five run lead in first innings over Proteas
New Zealand edged past South Africa to claim a narrow first inning lead on second day of the Dunedin Test

Batting mentor helps Hughes overcome form slump
Opener Phillip Hughes' batting mentor Neil D'Costa is helping him rebuild from his poor performance during the New Zealand series by holding a secret two-hour session.

Skipper Clarke worried about Oz top order not firing
Australian captain Michael Clarke has expressed concern about his top order not firing against the opposition, and is particularly worried about opener Phillip Hughes lack of form.

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.

Skipper Taylor calls on Kiwis to show extra fight
Captain Ross Taylor on Thursday called on his New Zealand team to play more disciplined cricket and show extra fight in Friday's second Test against Australia in Hobart.

Kiwi skipper Taylor backpedals on Hughes 'tongue-in-cheek comment
New Zealand cricket captain Ross Taylor has said that his comment about wanting out-of-form Australian opener Phil Hughes to play in the second Test here were "tongue in cheek".

Oz opener Hughes needs to work on technique to remain at top of batting order: Waugh
Fox Sports commentator Mark Waugh has reckoned Phillip Hughes needs to work on his technique if he wants to continue opening the innings for Australia.

Damien Wright to help New Zealand plot Australia's downfall in Test series
Australian batsmen could be undermined by a countryman for the second successive summer, with New Zealand gaining access to information on England's successful Ashes campaign through its new bowling coach Damien Wright, a recently-retired Australian state cricketer.

Ross Taylor predicts big future for Kiwi all-rounder Doug Bracewell
New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor has predicted that Doug Bracewell would become one of the best all-rounders in the game.

Redskins and DRS Technologies Team Up to Support Fundraising Effort Benefiting Children of America's Fallen Heroes
The Washington Redskins and DRS Technologies are teaming up to raise money for the DRS Guardian Scholarship Fund during the game between the Redskins and New York Jets on December 4, 2011. The fund provides college scholarships to children of National Guardsmen killed while serving their country since Sept. 11, 2001

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