Cricket World Cup 2015

Kiwis ready for 1 more big push

2015-03-27 08:50
Tim Southee (AP)

Melbourne - Fast bowler Tim Southee says that after reaching the Cricket World Cup final for the first time and with its most well-rounded limited-overs team ever assembled, New Zealand is ready for "one more big push" to beat Australia and to write a new chapter in its history.

Southee said New Zealand had allowed itself a day to celebrate the dramatic semifinal win over South Africa which carried it into Sunday's final in Melbourne, had now "parked" the memory of that match.

He said playing in a World Cup final, particularly against Australia in Australia, was a "dream come true."

"As a kid growing up you either wanted to be an All Black or a Black Cap and this is as good as it gets. I'm sure the guys are very excited to fulfill a childhood dream."

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