England v New Zealand - 1st Int T20 highlights, NZ innings
Action from New Zealand innings in the first NatWest International T20 at The Kia Oval.
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T20 reception celebration ECBtv was invited to a reception in the State Rooms of the Speaker's House at the House of Commons to celebrate the countdown to ICC World Twenty20 England 2009
Back to 1-1 after Bristol Paul Collingwood speaks to ECBtv after New Zealand win the NatWest Series ODI in Bristol to level the contest at 1-1 with two to play
3rd NatWest ODI, Bristol New Zealand reach 182 all out. England are all out for 160 and lose by 22 runs.
2nd NatWest ODI, Edgbaston England made 162 all out from 24 overs. New Zealand in reply reached 127-2 before rain stopped play again and as 20 were not bowled in the Kiwi innings no result was the result.
1st NatWest ODI, The Riverside England set New Zealand 307-5 to win at Chester-Le-Street. New Zealand in reply were all out for 193 from 42.5 overs, losing by 114 runs
NatWest International Twenty20, Old Trafford England 127-1 beat New Zealand by nine wickets with 15 balls to spare.
Comeback dream over for England Frantic finish is curtailed by rain and New Zealand win by six wickets (D/L) in deciding ODI
England Women ready to take on New Zealand ECBtv talks exclusively to off-spinner Rosalie Birch, discussing the fantastic retaining of the Ashes and the rise in profile of women's cricket
Wright just delighted to be involved ECBtv spoke to rising star Luke Wright prior to the fifth ODI against the Kiwis, and found him to be loving every minute
Collingwood ready for final charge Skipper feels the squad has developed immensely, and that a draw in the series would represent a huge achievement
Disbelief as England tie thriller in Napier Series remains but the result is bittersweet for captain Paul Collingwood - he nearly secured a last ball run-out
Napier Focus: The Art Deco City ECBtv ges back in time to the 1930's and takes a tour around the latest stop on England's tour
Now for Napier comeback Paul Collingwood tells ECBtv that England are gunning for back-to-back victories come the fourth ODI in Napier to level the series
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