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Five New Zealanders cleared to skip two warm-up games

IPL players will arrive late for England tour

Mar 27, 2008: Five New Zealand players signed with the Indian Premier League have been given permission to miss the opening two matches of the England tour

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New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 5th day

'England deserved to win' - Vettori

Mar 26, 2008: Daniel Vettori admitted the better team won and is worried about his side's fragile top order but thinks New Zealand have no worries on the bowling front

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 5th day

Vaughan savours hard-fought triumph

Mar 26, 2008: Michael Vaughan has lauded his team-mates for England's convincing victory in Napier, one which helped them claim their first overseas series win in three years

Andrew Miller in Napier

England in New Zealand 2007-08

Stretched to the limit

Mar 26, 2008: New Zealand had their chances to take the series, but their thin resources were eventually exploited by England

Andrew Miller

England in New Zealand 2007-08

Sidebottom's transformation

Mar 26, 2008: England have bounced back from defeat in the opening Test in Hamilton to take their series against New Zealand with two convincing victories in Wellington and Napier

Andrew Miller

England player availability

Hoggard and Harmison back to county scene

Mar 26, 2008: Steve Harmison and Matthew Hoggard will have the opportunity to fight for their England places from the start of the domestic season after being released to their counties for all the matches ahead of the first Test against New Zealand

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New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 5th day

Panesar bowls England to series win

Mar 26, 2008: England secured their first overseas series victory in three years with a convincing 121-run win in Napier

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 4th day

Big, bad and better than his dad

Mar 25, 2008: Stuart Broad is big. He's bad. And he's better than his dad. The Barmy Army has always been an organisation for bold statements, but on this occasion they might just have a point

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 4th day

Fleming 'only just' satisfied

Mar 25, 2008: By tea Stephen Fleming had achieved his first aim, the 54 runs required to nudge his career average past 40, but within minutes of the resumption, he was gone - not to a sublime piece of skill from the bowler, Monty Panesar, but to yet another wafty, half

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 4th day

Fleming's flat farewell

Mar 25, 2008: Andrew Miller with the plays of the day from the fourth day of the third Test in Napier

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 4th day

Panesar and Broad bring England victory closer

Mar 25, 2008: Monty Panesar took over from England's quick bowlers as the main threat on the fourth day in Napier as he claimed three wickets to bring a series victory closer

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 3rd day

'Our 20s and 30s aren't enough on that wicket' - Patel

Mar 24, 2008: England lead by 501 with two days remaining in the Napier Test. Jeetan Patel, however, believes that New Zealand can save the match

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New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 3rd day

'It's been one of those happy days' - Strauss

Mar 24, 2008: Andrew Strauss, speaking after scoring first hundred after 16 Tests, said his unbeaten 173 was long overdue

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 3rd day

Emotional Strauss rides the wave

Mar 24, 2008: Andrew Miller presents the plays of the day from the third day of the third Test

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 3rd day

Strauss and Bell bury New Zealand

Mar 24, 2008: Andrew Strauss guaranteed himself a place in England's Test side for the foreseeable future with a career-best 173 on the third day in Napier as McLean Park finally produced the sort of run-scoring that had been expected

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Spat between Boycott and Harmison

Harmison hits out at Boycott

Mar 23, 2008: Stephen Harmison, the England fast bowler, has struck back at Geoffrey Boycott after the former opening batsman had launched a scathing attack at him in a column for Daily Telegraph

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New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 2nd day

Swinging it the right way

Mar 23, 2008: "Every dog has his day," was how Ryan Sidebottom modestly brushed aside his latest team-carrying achievement

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 2nd day

Fleming's microcosmic fifty

Mar 23, 2008: Andrew Miller with the Plays of the Day on the second day of the Napier Test

Andrew Miller in Napier

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 2nd day

England build on Sidebottom heroics

Mar 23, 2008: Ryan Sidebottom's tour de force continued as he sparked an astonishing England resurgence on the second day in Napier as 15 wickets tumbled on what was meant to be a batting paradise

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 1st day

Pietersen finds karma amid the chaos

Mar 22, 2008: Nothing demonstrated Kevin Pietersen's mindset better than the celebration of his century. The shot he brought it up with was streaky, a thick edge through gully off Chris Martin, but the reaction was low-key in the extreme

Andrew Miller in Napier
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Tour Results
New Zealand v England at Napier - Mar 22-26, 2008
England won by 121 runs
New Zealand v England at Wellington - Mar 13-17, 2008
England won by 126 runs
New Zealand v England at Hamilton - Mar 5-9, 2008
New Zealand won by 189 runs
Major Association XI v England XI at Dunedin - Feb 28-Mar 1, 2008
Match drawn
NZ Invit. XI v England XI at Dunedin - Feb 25-26, 2008
Match drawn
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