Alex Tudor: 99* [119 balls; 182 minutes; 4x21]. In this Test match played at Edgbaston in July 1999, New Zealand was all out for 226 in their first innings; but then England was in all sorts of strife at 45 for 7. Tudor (32*) and Andrew Caddick (33) added 70 runs for the eighth wicket, but England was bundled out for 126. Caddick (5-32) and Alan Mullaly (3-48) then combined to blow away the Black Caps for a paltry 107 in the second innings. England lost Alec Stewart early in the chase of 208, but Tudor, who came in as the night watchman, led England over the line. This was Tudor's only half-century in his 10-match Test career.
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