Cricket....and England, chasing a victory target of 137 on the fourth day of the first?
SV: New Zealand batting. Bevan Congdon bowled Bob Willis caught by Graham Roope (4 shots)
SV: John Parker bowled Bob Willis caught by Phil Edmonds.
SV: Richard Hadlee bowled Bob Willis caught Geoff Boycott (2 shots)
SV: Warren Lees LBW bowled Mike Hendrick
SV: Richard Collinge bowled Mike Hendrick caught Phil Edmonds (2 shots)
SV: England batting Geoff Boycott bowled Richard Collinge. (3 shots)
SV: Geoff Miller bowled Richard Collinge caught Robert Anderson. (4 shots)
SV: Chris Old LBW bowled Richard Hadlee (5 shots)
SV: Ian Botham bowled Richard Hadlee caught Steve Boock.
COMMENTATOR: "So its Willis then to bowl to a new batsman, Bevan Congdon. Do, and he's gone, he's caught. Congdon walks off the very first ball.
"It's gone high and hard and there's a catch here. Hendricks. And....they've gone for it. They've got the catch.
"And this time Hadler gone for the big hit, but Boycott's under it. They've (indistinct) there.
"One hundred and sixteen for seven. Lees puts in an appeal and he's out. "That could be out and he's caught. Brilliantly caught by Phil Edmonds this time fielding in close on the offside.
"And he's bowled him. What a magnificent sight.
"Collinge to Miller. And he's caught. He's out. Seven for two wickets, for England.
"My word the cat's among the pigeons. A chant for Hadlee as he moves in to bowl to the new batsman Chris Old. He's out. That's out. And England lose their eighth wicket. Eight for 53."
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Background: Cricket....and England, chasing a victory target of 137 on the fourth day of the first Test against New Zealand in wellington on Tuesday (14 February) collapsed dramatically to 53-8. To add to their troubles, opening batsman Brian Rose was taken to hospital for an X-ray of his right elbow after being hit by a Richard Hadlee bumper.