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New Zealand v England - 3rd Test, 4th Innings & Winners
26 Mar 2013
By: James Nixon


The points have been updated following the 4th Innings of the 3rd Test match between New Zealand and England.

Points Updated

Updated Player: Ross Taylor with 30 points
Updated Player: Tim Southee with 20 points
Updated Player: BJ Watling with 16 points
Updated Player: Dean Brownlie with 10 points
Updated Player: Kane Williamson with 135 points
Updated Player: Neil Wagner with 50 points
Updated Player: Tim Southee with 50 points
Updated Player: Trent Boult with 25 points
Updated Player: Monty Panesar with 7 points
Updated Player: James Anderson with -10 points
Updated Player: Stuart Broad with 6 points
Updated Player: Matthew Prior with 150 points
Updated Player: Jonny Bairstow with 6 points
Updated Player: Joe Root with 29 points
Updated Player: Steven Finn with -10 points
Updated Player: Ian Bell with 90 points
Updated Player: Jonathan Trott with 37 points
Updated Player: Nick Compton with 2 points
Updated Player: Alastair Cook with 43 points

Standings

The Standings can be viewed here.

Congratulations to Sandeep Vohra who came 1st with 4,272 points. James Wilkes-Green came 2nd with 4,058 and Dai Cambel came 3rd with 3,971.

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