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‘They always look to get better’

'They always look to get better'

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“That’s the most encouraging and pleasing thing that we are managing to do that on a daily basis”

With his New Zealand side seeing off Pakistan inside four days, Gary Stead could skip away from coaching to watch his daughter Libby play for Canterbury in the women’s Under-19 tournament in Lincoln. On the sidelines of that game, Stead reflected on New Zealand’s rise to the No.1 Test ranking, terming it a “special achievement.”

“I think what has happened, that sort of No.1 world ranking at the moment, is a pretty special thing,” Stead said. “There’s a lot of people and a lot of, I guess, expertise. The guys yesterday paid tribute to those people who came before to get them to this stage.

“I’m very, very proud in the way they continue to look to get better and we won’t always be No. 1 because rankings change, and when you start a game rankings mean nothing, so it’s still about playing good consistent cricket. That’s the most encouraging and pleasing thing that we are managing to do that on a daily basis”

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