1st T20I (N), Auckland, Feb 9 2013, England tour of New Zealand
(20 ov, target 215)174/9
England won by 40 runs
end of over 2015 runs
NZ: 174/9CRR: 8.70 
Mitchell McClenaghan6 (7)
Ronnie Hira20 (11)
Jade Dernbach4-0-33-0
Stuart Broad4-0-24-4

England win by 40 runs with a very impressive all-round display. The batting from the top six was outstanding as they piled up their record T20 total, then the bowlers adapted well to the short straight boundaries with some smart bowling. A major difference, though, was the fielding with England taking some excellent catches. Twenty20 can turn around quickly, but New Zealand have some work to do before Hamilton on Tuesday. I'll bring you the presentation shortly.

Brendon McCullum "We were outplayed by a better team but have two days to turn it around. It was a really poor day in the field and you can't afford that in any form of the game, especially with the power they have. We have to be a bit smarter, we allowed them to hit to the short boundaries too often."

Stuart Broad "The freedom the guys played with today was fantastic. It was great to see. I think we learnt a lot by batting first on it, probably not a bad lost to lose. To be able to get such a high score, we re delighted. We knew we didn't need to over-strike the ball and think too much about the short boundaries. From a personal point of view to pick up wickets when it matters, and lead the side, is pleasing. But it doesn't matter who gets the wickets. I thought some of the catches were fantastic."

That just about wraps things up from me for the day. David Hopps will have his report ready shortly for your reading pleasure. Enjoy the rest of the your weekend and we'll be back on Tuesday for the second match of the series from Hamilton.

Dernbach to McClenaghan, 1 run

full outside leg and pushed down the ground to finish the match

Dernbach to McClenaghan, (no ball)

oh dear, this one slips out as a beamer...another attempted slower. Gets a warning

Dernbach to McClenaghan, FOUR runs

this time he gets his scoop away and makes a point of trotting down the pitch near to Dernbach

Dernbach to McClenaghan, no run

there's the variation, slower ball outside off stump

Dernbach to McClenaghan, 4 leg byes

rapid, well-directed, bouncer and McClenaghan gets taken on the helmet then the ball flies over the keeper

Farhan: "This performance by England just goes to show that even if a ground is really small, you still have to hit them out of the ground!!! Something that England did but not New Zealand!!"

Dernbach to McClenaghan, no run

blimey! The No. 11 thinks he's a No. 4. Tries to scoop Dernbach and ends up falling over in the crease

Dernbach to Hira, 1 run

good yorker but he keeps it out

end of over 194 runs • 1 wicket
NZ: 159/9CRR: 8.36 • RRR: 56.00 • Need 56 runs from 6b
Ronnie Hira19 (10)
Mitchell McClenaghan1 (1)
Stuart Broad4-0-24-4
Jade Dernbach3-0-22-0
Broad to Hira, 1 run

short outside leg, pulled out to deep square

Broad to McClenaghan, 1 run

excellent yorker, homing in on the boots and gets squeezed into the off side

Broad to Hira, 1 run

and nearly gets his fifth as this flies off a top edge towards third man but doesn't carry all the way

Career-best for Broad in T20s

Broad to Hira, no run

moving outside off and tried to scoop him over fine leg

Broad to Boult, OUT

four for Broad, he's having a productive start in New Zealand. Boult trying to carve it over the off side and lobs a catch to cover. Nearly popped out of Samit's hands

Trent Boult c Patel b Broad 4 (9m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.67
Broad to Hira, 1 run

short on leg stump, angled backward of point