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Third Test

New Zealand v England

2003: At Auckland, March 30, 31, April 1, 2, 3

Second Test

New Zealand v England

2003: At Basin Reserve, Wellington, March 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

First Test

New Zealand v England

2003: At Christchurch, March 13, 14, 15, 16

Fleming and New Zealand entitled to respect after stunning comeback win

Apr 3, 2002: New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming came into the National Bank Test Series wanting his side to be respected for its achievements, past, present and future, and today's 78-run win to draw the series with England 1-1 went a long way towards ensuring

Lynn McConnell

Kiwi hitmen give New Zealand the chance to tie Test series

Apr 2, 2002: New Zealand's aggressive last session batting under artificial light at Eden Park tonight kicked down the English barricades to tying the National Bank Test series with England and set up a superb final day to the series tomorrow

Lynn McConnell

New Zealand not prepared to concede series yet

Apr 1, 2002: New Zealand created the slightest chance for themselves in 6.4 overs of fireworks in the third and final National Bank Series Test match with England at Eden Park today

Lynn McConnell

Wet summer looks like it will have the final say

Mar 31, 2002: New Zealand's wet summer looks set to have the final say and squeeze any hope of the home team sharing the National Bank Test Series with England in the third Test at Eden Park in Auckland

Lynn McConnell

England make early impact but New Zealand clawing way back

Mar 30, 2002: New Zealand's hopes of forcing a result in their favour in the third National Bank Series Test with England at Eden Park will depend on how many more first innings runs they can score

Lynn McConnell

Now the battle is for fourth place on the world Test ladder

Mar 25, 2002: New Zealand waved goodbye to the prospect of a third placing in the ICC Test Championship when failing to win the second National Bank Series Test at the Basin Reserve against England but a win in Auckland could still see them claim fourth ahead of

Lynn McConnell

Astle smashes into record books

Mar 24, 2002: Article: Mohammad Ramis

Mohammad Ramis

Big task ahead of New Zealand to hold out for draw

Mar 24, 2002: Having been played right out of the second National Bank Test by England with both ball and bat, New Zealand face a big task to save the match at the Basin Reserve tomorrow

Lynn McConnell

Simple recipe for New Zealand tomorrow to keep hopes alive

Mar 23, 2002: New Zealand's requirements from day four of the second National Bank Test could not be clearer - they must score at a reasonable clip, keep wickets intact, and look to get a much bigger score than the 280 England achieved at the Basin Reserve today

Lynn McConnell

Early breakthrough a must for New Zealand hopes

Mar 22, 2002: New Zealand will need to make a bowling breakthrough early on the third morning of the second National Bank Test if they are to achieve their goal of beating England in Wellington and going to the final Test in Auckland next week to decide the series

Lynn McConnell

Cairns out for tours as team-mates lose first day of second Test

Mar 21, 2002: New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns will not be taking part in the Sharjah tournament or the tour of Pakistan next month

Lynn McConnell

England win by 98 runs but not before some palpitations

Mar 16, 2002: England went one-up in the National Bank Test series when achieving a 98-run win over New Zealand at Jade Stadium in Christchurch today, but not before some heart-stopping moments inspired by New Zealand batsman Nathan Astle

Lynn McConnell

Thorpe and Flintoff cash in against weakened attack

Mar 15, 2002: New Zealand's weary bowlers, on the receiving end of an English rewriting of the record books, could be excused if they asked Christchurch ground authorities to rename their stadium Jaded Stadium

Lynn McConnell

Disciplines needed by New Zealand but maybe too late

Mar 14, 2002: England will go into the third day of the first National Bank Test with a lead of 144 runs, eight wickets in hand, and a powerful position from which to beat New Zealand at Jade Stadium in Christchurch

Lynn McConnell

Second morning crucial for England in first Test - Hussain

Mar 13, 2002: England's hopes of getting the winning result out of the first National Bank Test against New Zealand in Christchurch largely depend on how they do tomorrow

Lynn McConnell
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Series Results
New Zealand v England at Auckland - Mar 30-Apr 3, 2002
New Zealand won by 78 runs
New Zealand v England at Wellington - Mar 21-25, 2002
Match drawn
New Zealand v England at Christchurch - Mar 13-16, 2002
England won by 98 runs
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