The New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor says there's still a long way to go in the first Test against the West Indies, despite making a dominant start in Dunedin.
Taylor and the man who replaced him as captain Brendon McCullum, both scored centuries as the Black Caps got through to 367 for 3 after being asked to bat first.
Taylor, who is on 103, his 9th Test century, says the key is to get through the first half an hour today and then move into an unbeatable position.
However Taylor is sure the Windies bowlers will bowl in better areas today.
McCullum is on 109, his 7th Test century, but first in more than 3 years.