England produced a much-improved bowling display with a red ball against a New Zealand XI on day one of their final warm-up match before next week's first Test.
Joe Root's men, who fared poorly on the corresponding 'bowling' day in their pink-ball tour match, got their act together to take the first 10 New Zealand XI wickets for 232 inside 72 overs - before the hosts eventually finished on 287 for 13.
In the absence of Ben Stokes, selected for the second of these two-day warm up fixtures at Seddon Park but rested to play as a specialist batsman only on Saturday, England's attack upped its game with the red ball.
They had run into twin centuries from Test discard Tom Blundell and big-hitting tailender Kyle Jamieson two days previously.
But the same pair had to settle for a combined 60 runs on their return, Martin Guptill (73) instead top-scoring, with Moeen Ali and latterly Root sharing six wickets with their off-breaks.
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