edged and gone! Anderson has finished the match, ending with nine wickets for the match, Martin flashing weakly at it away from his body and snicks low through to second slip where Collingwood takes a similar catch as the one which removed O'Brien
Sidebottom takes a stump in delight, England have killed off the game quickly this morning and they wait to allow Anderson to walk off the pitch first. England have shown an impressive finishing instinct today, Sidebottom leading the bowling to end with 6 for 67, while Anderson and Broad took two each this innings. So, England wrap up the series 2-0 and while their cricket has been less than convincing at lots of times, this win has been largely emphatic, although questions still remain over the form of Bell and Collingwood who got ducks in the first innings and didn't have the chance to make amends in the second. They will look to the one-day series now. New Zealand have plenty of question marks from this effort.
The presentations now and England are cheered with gusto. The Man of the Match is James Anderson and he gets loud applause. "It was great conditions for all three of us," he says of the first innings. "Just managed to get the ball in the right areas and they managed to miss it, so it was nice." He admits he has been mercurial and inconsistent in the past but is trying to put things right now.
England's Man of the Series, nominated by John Bracewell, is Andrew Strauss. "I spent about 12 months not knowing where my next run was coming from, so it was nice to turn it around. It's done a little bit all the way through all three games, but our bowlers have worked as a really good unit and this is as much for them as me. Just nice to return to form, feeling really happy at the crease, and it's good to see England winning as well."
New Zealand's Man of the Series, adjudged by Peter Moores, is Daniel Vettori. "If we look back on this performance here we were thoroughly outplayed. It's been real tough going." He doesn't regret bowling, first though. "Unfortunately our batting didn't stand up to the task."
What have the young players taken from this series? "They've learned how hard Test cricket is. It's five days of tough cricket and you have to perform for five days." And will they be looking forward to the one-dayers now? "That's our speciality at the moment. It's hard to just pass by what we've done in the Test match game but we have to turn it round pretty quickly."
And now the victorious captain, Michael Vaughan. How pleased is he overall? "Very pleased, I think we've got better as the series has gone on. We managed to sneak a close contest at Old Trafford. We always knew it was going to swing here and all our bowlers managed to do that [put the pressure on] this week.
"The pacers were very good this week. We know we're a developing team, we have a long way to go before we're the real deal, so to speak."
Cue much champagne throwing as Vaughan lifts the trophy for the photo opportunities. It's a very happy England on the stage but, as Vaughan just mentioned, they're not quite the real deal yet although they can be proud of their efforts - particularly this morning.
Many thanks indeed for joining us this Test. Do come back for the one-dayers which kick off next Sunday in Durham, preceded by the Twenty20 on Friday at Old Trafford. Till then, goodbye.
But the single has exposed Martin
short and pulled away to Bell at deep midwicket, and Oram brings up his fifty from 39 balls to warm applause from the crowd, some of them on their feet
England may yet have to bat again, Oram in the mood to stand and deliver
round the wicket, Oram swings hard and tees right over long-on and the crowd love it
"His best shot of the series!" smiles Gnasher. Good catch from Collingwood by the way, had to react sharply and low
comes round the wicket and Martin middles this one straight to the man at cover
Martin to the crease (slaughter?) now
Sidebottom's got 6 for 67 on it now and somewhere there's a wall with some writing on it. New Zealand still trail by 16 runs
edged and caught by Collingwood at second slip, diving in front of Strauss at first, the batsman driving hard at it and scooping an outside edge which almost sits up as Collingwood tumbles across to his left, accepting gratefully
left alone through this time
Sidebottom is furious at the ignominity of it all
some width outside off, O'Brien goes for the cover drive and although it goes uppishly through the gully from a thick outside edge, it also travels to the rope
good ball, full, and defended on the front foot
O'Brien comes to the crease, not much to speak about with the bat I'm afraid. Sidebottom's fifth five-wicket haul in Tests, by the way
Mills so disappointed with his shot, Sidebottom has five, and the death knell tolls even more sombrely for New Zealand
over the wicket, Sidebottom forces across him, and gets the snick to first slip as it straightens and Mills has a drive, Strauss snapping it without hesitation
on off stump, trapped the ball down hard in defence
pitched up a touch this time outside off, then a drive on the up beats Broad in the covers but the sweeper in the deep collects and tidies
"Pitch it up!" demands Andrew Miller
round the wicket and fires in hard with some venom but short and wide enough to leave
driven out on the front foot to the extra-cover region where it's half stopped
pushed forward into the pads and there's a chance of a run-out at the non-striker's end as the ball is collected quickly but he was home
tight down the channel, this one can be left and is
Bowling change now, a touch inevitable this one - Anderson replacing Broad. "Come on Jimmy, get a ten-for," demands Gnasher, "then go for 0 for 80 in the first ODI." Tsk tsk
oh! A leave, but the ball wasn't so far outside off when it nipped back and nearly brushed the stumps... Oram can probably consider himself lucky there
squeezed forward into the covers
plays out at it this time, gets over the ball and pushes out to the covers
defended hard on the front foot this time
fired across him from over the wicket, Mills shoulders arms