Everyone shakes hands and Sidebottom and Panesar take a stump each as they all head off to warm applause, met at the boundary edge by the New Zealand side. Southee finishes unbeaten on 77 off 40 balls with nine sixes - only four men have hit more in a Test innings.
As England get back inside their dressing room it's more relief than out-and-out celebration at the series win. But the beers came out and the smiles gradually start to show.
Presentations to follow when everyone has got their breath back ... and while we wait, congratulations to Jenny Thompson who was getting married while that onslaught was taking place.
Man of the Match is Ryan Sidebottom ... and also Man of the Series for his 24 wickets at 17.08, more than double the next highest wicket-taker. Sorry about the lack of comments etc but the host broadcaster has decided not to cover them so we cannot hear what is being said!
From Martin Williamson and Andrew McGlashan, it's good afternoon and thanks for joining us. We will be back in six weeks time for the resumption of the England-New Zealand Tests at Lord's on May 15.
Sorry about not publishing feedback but it's as much as I can do to keep up!
"Wow! Southee now has more runs than Martin in Test cricket - and he's played one Test to Martin's 40!" mails Troy.
Everyone comes in for the less able Martin ...
England are not seeing the funny side of this ... Panesar is hit out of the attack.
Everyone saving the single ...
This is utterly remarkable ...
It's being referred ...and it's a six!!
Five overs since lunch .,.. and 56 runs. The hapless Anderson is sent packing and Broad returns. Time to end the carnage ...
And Panesar's figures are being shredded. The close men have surrendered and headed out ...
NZ's fastest Test fifty.
What a fifty ... 29 balls and seven sixes!
Lots of men have gone deep.