Are they looking at the light? Yes, Bucknor's having a look. And, yes, that's it - the match is drawn. Vettori and Vaughan shake hands, and they all wander off to the pavilion. So honours remain even after the first Test, but its fair to say New Zealand will take more from it than England. Oram's hundred today was superb, as was McCullum's 97 on the first day and the fact he returned to bat after the blow to the arm showed New Zealand's intent. Daniel Vettori's five-for was also special and on the whole it was a fine showing from the visitors, apart from the continued concerns over their top order.
From England's point of view, Vaughan's hundred was a pleasing return to form as was the opening partnership between Strauss and Cook. The bowlers had all their moments, but at times there was a lack of bite. Will be interesting to see what they do for the next Test.
That match takes place at Old Trafford, starting on Friday, so not much time for the two side's to gather their thoughts.
The Man of the Match has been given to Vettori for his 5 for 69, alongside an important 48 in the first innings. A good game for the captain.
Well, that's it from us from this match - we hope you've enjoyed our commentary over the past five days, in between the rain and wind and near-zero temperatures. From Andrew McGlashan, Brydon Coverdale and Jenny Roesler it's goodbye and we'll see you on Friday.
Here comes Daniel Vettori. The crowd are still hanging around, though not many of them. A couple of hundred, I'd wager. England are in a huddle and Vettori's taking guard...but England aren't moving from the huddle. Ah yes, they are now...looks like they're trying to persuade Mr Vettori to call it off
Flynn will be really glad to have spent so long at the crease today, in his debut match. He hasn't scored freely but he has undoubtedly done his confidence a world of good