• Australian captain Steve Smith smiles as he carries the Trans-Tasman trophy following their cricket test against New Zealand in Adelaide, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015. Australia won the match, the first day-night test, by 3 wickets inside of 3 days and won the series 2-0. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

    Australia wins 1st day-night test by 3 wickets v New Zealand

    ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — Australia won the first ever day-night cricket test by 3 wickets against New Zealand on Sunday, with tail-enders Peter Siddle and Mitch Starc ushering the hosts to victory in a dramatic finish under lights that will almost certainly ensure the format isn’t consigned to history as a one-time event.

  • Injured Starc won’t bowl again in day-night cricket test

    ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — Mitchell Starc took three wickets for Australia until a right foot injury prevented him from bowling again in the first day-night test against New Zealand on Friday.

  • New Zealand out for 202 vs Australia in 1st day-night test

    ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — With a dozen wickets tumbling, the pink ball swinging seriously under lights and Australia’s leading paceman limping off injured, the opening day of the first day-night cricket test was as extraordinary as organizers could have hoped.

  • Australia, New Zealand ready for 1st day-night test match

    ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — Pink leather and bright lights. The color and the concept are creating a stir in cricket circles on the eve of the sport’s first day-night test match.