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Dogged England salvage N.Zealand Test draw

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A determined England batted through the final day to salvage a draw from the first Test against New Zealand at the University Oval in Dunedin on Sunday. 

England's batsman Matt Prior (R) shakes hands with teammate Nick Compton at the end of play during day four of their first Test match, played at the University Oval park in Dunedin, on March 10, 2013. A determined England batted through the final day to salvage a draw.

At stumps England were 421 for six, a lead of 128 runs, after facing a 293-run deficit on the first innings in the rain-interrupted Test.

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