Cricket: Australia continue to dominate opening Test against New Zealand


Australia ended the third day of the first Test against New Zealand with a lead of 503 runs. Joe Burns scored his maiden century in the long form of the game, whilst David Warner got his 14th. Warner finally departed on 116, as the opening wicket partnership reached 237 runs, before Burns went for 129. At stumps, Australia were on 264-4, with Usman Khawaja (9) and Adam Voges (0) at the crease following the dismissals of Steve Smith (1) and Mitchell Marsh (2). In the first innings, the hosts declared on 556-5, whilst the visitors were dismissed for 317, with Kane Williamson scoring 140.

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