England's hopes of snatching a win in the second Test against New Zealand dissolved in the Wellington rain, with the match declared a draw after the final day's play was washed out.
New Zealand's head coach Mike Hesson (L) inspects the pitch with captain Brendon McCullum as rain halts play on March 18, 2013. England's hopes of snatching a win in the second Test dissolved in the Wellington rain.
The clash at the Basin Reserve ended with New Zealand at 162 for two in their second innings, still 49 runs in arrears after the tourists set an imposing first innings total of 465 and enforced the follow-on.
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