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Well, I suppose there is only one way that you can go after turning in a man-of-the-match display on your Test debut, as New Zealand’s Mark Craig managed in his side’s thumping win over West Indies in the opening contest of the series in Kingston last week.
Craig, who spun the tourists to a 186-run victory at Sabina Park after recording stunning match figures of eight for 188, found the going much tougher the second time around in Port-of-Spain, despite top scoring in New Zealand's second innings with a maiden half-century.
And Kirk Edwards in particular seemed to take a special liking to Craig’s off-breaks, with the West Indies No. 3 launching the 27-year-old for three massive sixes during his first-innings knock of 55, as the spinner went wicketless through his 29 overs on this occasion.