West Indies debutant Sunil Ambris has continued his unique introduction to international cricket, becoming just the sixth player to hit a six as their first scoring shot in their Test career.
Ambris carved himself an unwanted slice of history during the tourists' first innings against New Zealand in Wellington, becoming the very first batsman in the history of Test cricket to be out hit wicket for a golden duck on Test debut.
That dismissal came in amidst a Windies collapse that saw the tourists lose 8-30 to be bowled out for 134.
On the day four, it was a much happier story for Ambris when he strode to the crease with West Indies 4-257 in their second dig.
He faced two balls from New Zealand quick Trent Boult without scoring before sending the fourth ball he faced in international cricket over the fine leg fence for a maximum, albeit...
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