Late breakthroughs boost England

Ian Bell

Ian Bell - Bell adds to his overnight 127 after England resume on 357 for seven versus a New Zealand XI  

Graeme Swann

Graeme Swann - Swann races to a 17-ball 27 at Queenstown  

Michael Rae

Michael Rae - The substitute takes a fine catch to snare Ian Bell for 158 and have England 426 all out  

Hamish Rutherford

Hamish Rutherford - Rutherford, aiming for a Test debut, survives early aggressive bowling  

Tom Latham

Tom Latham - Latham is the junior partner in a 56-run opening stand with Hamish Rutherford  

Neil Broom

Neil Broom - Kevin Pietersen runs out Broom with a direct hit from point  

Hamish Rutherford

Hamish Rutherford - The increasingly assured Rutherford grows in confidence  

Dean Brownlie

Dean Brownlie - The Test regular is solid in an alliance worth 81 with Hamish Rutherford  

Alastair Cook, Graeme Swann, Chris Woakes & Hamish Rutherford

Alastair Cook, Graeme Swann, Chris Woakes & Hamish Rutherford - Woakes bowls the opening batsman for 90 in the day's last session  

Matt Prior, BJ Watling & Ian Bell

Matt Prior, BJ Watling & Ian Bell - Watling chips in  

Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott & Graeme Swann

Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott & Graeme Swann - Trott strangles Dean Brownlie down leg for 63 in the penultimate over  

Ian Bell, Joe Root & Graeme Swann

Ian Bell, Joe Root & Graeme Swann - Swann has Jimmy Neesham lbw to leave the hosts 224 for six at stumps on day two of four  

Ian Bell Graeme Swann Michael Rae Hamish Rutherford Tom Latham Neil Broom Hamish Rutherford Dean Brownlie Alastair Cook, Graeme Swann, Chris Woakes & Hamish Rutherford Matt Prior, BJ Watling & Ian Bell Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott & Graeme Swann Ian Bell, Joe Root & Graeme Swann