The Herald reports:
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum rewrote record books yesterday when he smashed his 100th six in Test cricket, equalling Australia great Adam Gilchrist’s record for most number of sixes in the five-day format.
McCullum, who remained not out on 17 on Day 4 of the first Test against Sri Lanka in Dunedin, belted his second six of his innings to equal the world record. It took his total to 100, joining Gilchrist as the most prolific boundary busters in Test history.
McCullum is aged 34 and could well play for several more years. He could well set a record that will last for a long time.