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    Both the Black Caps openers are back in the pavilion as play enters the final scheduled hour on day two of the first cricket test in Mount Maunganui

    Both the Black Caps openers are back in the pavilion as play enters the final scheduled hour on day two of the first cricket test in Mount Maunganui


    Tom Latham was the first to go for eight before tea, before the curtain came down on a scratchy innings for Jeet Raval when he was caught for 19.

    Kane Williamson is not out 41, with Ross Taylor on 13 and New Zealand 90 for two in reply to England's 353.

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