Cricket-New Zealand v West Indies latest

WELLINGTON, March 21 (Reuters) - Latest from the cricket World Cup quarter-final between New Zealand and West Indies at Wellington Regional Stadium on Saturday: New Zealand won the toss and chose to bat - - New Zealand innings 1st over - Martin Guptill on-drives the first ball from Jerome Taylor to the fence, then is dropped by Marlon Samuels at square leg two balls later. NZ: 5-0 3rd over - Guptill hits Taylor straight down the ground for successive boundaries. NZ: 16-0 4th over - Brendon McCullum whips a Jason Holder delivery off his legs for his first boundary, then hits the next ball for six, which is caught one-handed by a fan in the crowd. NZ: 27-0 5th over - Holder runs about 30 metres from mid-off towards the extra cover area and takes a miscued shot from McCullum to dismiss the New Zealand captain for 12. NZ: 31-1 7th over - Kane Williamson hits three boundaries off Taylor, one down the ground that was close to being a return catch, one to mid-wicket and the final one to third man. NZ: 46-1 9th over - Guptill cuts left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn's first delivery behind point to bring up the 50. NZ: 57-1 10th over - Williamson punches a short Holder delivery through a packed off-side field for a boundary. NZ: 63-1 12th over - Williamson pulls a short Andre Russell delivery in front of square for a boundary to bring up the 50-run partnership. NZ: 78-1 15th over - Benn has an lbw appeal against Williamson turned down with the review staying with the on-field call. NZ: 86-1 (Reporting by Greg Stutchbury)