full and drifting down leg, Martin scampers off as Saggers against signals wide - and that's it, NZ win by four wickets!
10.05pm: Time for the presentations, starting with England captain Nat Sciver: "We were a bit short with the bat, not starting well in the Powerplay doesn't help and having to rebuild, [although] Maia Bouchier had a brilliant debut. We couldn't get a partnership, 15 more runs and we would have been in with a shout. [Devine] She's been a brilliant allrounder for a long time, 100 games later she's still showing us how to do it. We were just slightly off in the bowling, but managed to fight back and put the pressure on. [Bouchier] That's what the Hundred's for, it expose players to pressure moments and she did brilliantly."
Sophie Devine is Player of the Match: "Feels good to be back in the winners' circle, been a tough 12-18 months but we know that we're growing as a team, nice to put out a performance against a quality England side. We've got to be honest, we've not won much lately, and winning is a habit, so to get the job done is great. I had full confidence in the girls. Nice to put it all together on the park, adapted quickly from the first game, where we were pretty rusty. [100th cap] We've got a curse for milestone games, think it's the first one anyone's won, so nice to break the hoodoo. Even though we lost the first game, the intent was there, so good for the group to push on with the run rate. Nice to be out running around and show the hard work we've been putting int. We were disappointed [after the first match] but this is part of building towards the World Cup and Commonwealth Games. It certainly helps to start to win game and know what it feels like."
There we go, simply Devine from New Zealand, they are up and running on this tour. Stick around for Valkerie's report, and we'll be back for more in a few days, as the teams move on to Taunton. Thanks for chipping in, as ever. Good night!
10pm: It was a nervy finish but NZ got there with room to spare in the end. Sophie Devine's half-century saw them most of the way, and although they lost 4 for 24 as the chase got tight, Katey Martin was the old head who scampered and scraped them over the line. England made a game of it, particularly through Mady Villiers' efforts in the field, but didn't have enough runs on the board. They'll doubtless be hoping to have Heather Knight back for the decider at Taunton on Thursday.
Here's Hiren: "No doubt about that due to Devine's all round performance both with bat and bowl helped New Zealand to win the match but 19 wides made an immense impact on England's defeat."
short, sprayed down leg, Jones can't gather this... and they scamper a second wide, too!
Thamsyn Newton is next in, fielders crowding in the ring
floats the knuckle ball down leg with Jensen sweeping, Jones makes a good grab and appeals... Martin Saggers gives a wide, but England review, and there's a feather on UltraEdge as the ball goes through! Just a tickle of glove, Jensen will have to go. England four wickets from burgling a win!
smashed over cover, halves the requirement! Full and wide and Jensen piles into a slogged up-and-over that brings the game within touching distance
Down to 8 from 12, Farrant is back
dabbed in front of point for another single
"Surely NZ can't lose it from here? It's less than a run a ball. The don't need death and glory type shots. Working the ones and twos will easily get then home." It sounds simple, Mark. But is there a cool head out there to bring it home for the White Ferns?
flighted, drifting leg side and squeezed out for one
slightly short and cut, Davies does well to get some thing on it at backward point - otherwise that was going for four
strangled appeal for lbw, think she got some inside edge on that
angled in from round the wicket, Martin goes for the reverse-ramp and gets it into the off side for one
fizzed down wide of off, steered through point to the sweeper
Hayley Jensen is in, 13 needed from 18. Ecclestone to bowl
Halliday looks for the big shot - picks out long-on! Villiers the woman, again. Tossed up by Glenn and Halliday got under it, she had enough to clear the rope, only for the fielder to intercept it. Taken above her head a couple of feet in front of the boundary. Villiers at the heart of everything for England right now
shuffles forward and scuffs this into the off side via the pads
another swing and a miss
floated down the leg side, Martin sweeps and misses. "How's that not a wide?" she asks, audible over the stump mic
lobbed up on the stumps, nudged to long-on
NZ still well ahead of the rate, 15 needed from the last four. Glenn to bowl out
flat outside off and Halliday chops a bottom edge past Jones
sliced off the back foot for four! Too much width and Martin opens the face to runs this down to third. Another crucial boundary, eases the pressure a touch
Katey Martin is next in
thumped back, but Villiers grabs another blinder! Off her feet again, the ball practically behind her as she clung on, but she was smiling mid-air as she realised it had stuck! Green connected well there but has to go. The NZ tremors deepen