Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Cricket: Vaughan out as Kiwis Get in Swing

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Cricket: Vaughan out as Kiwis Get in Swing

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SKIPPER Michael Vaughan's was one of two early wickets to fall after England were put in by New Zealand in the third npower Test at Trent Bridge.

Vaughan was dismissed by Iain O'Brien as the New Zealanders took advantage of considerable swing and seam movement.

Vaughan, who struck a fine hundred in defeat to India here last year, took three fours off Chris Martin to signal his liking for the ground.

But a drive at O'Brien, Martin's replacement at the Radcliffe Road end, resulted in his off-stump being knocked back and left England 44 for two.

Earlier, Alastair Cook's minislump continued when Kyle Mills swung one back into the left-hander and an inside edge crashed into leg-stump.

The lanky Mills, who made his debut here four years ago, then beat Vaughan with three beauties as the Black Caps attack exploited the conditions impressively.

Swing has played a prominent part in recent Nottingham Tests - most notably last year when Zaheer Khan was named man of the match. …

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