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Tight test in sunny Hamilton

Sunny and mild conditions are prevailing on day 2 of the second cricket test at Seddon Park in Hamilton this afternoon.

It is a far cry from the latter part of the first test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington where a howling northerly blew for 2-3 days and caused problems for everybody involved.

The forecast for the remainder of the day is quite settled and mild to warm conditions which will hopefully help the home team build a lead before the end of the days play.
New Zealand lost a wicket just before lunch and were 143/4 chasing 231. Ross Taylor has hammered the visitors with some fortune and remains unbeaten on 74.

Australia currently lead the test series 1-0.



Mel on 28/03/2010 2:46am

LOVE the pic. Weather has never been so exciting!

David New Brighton on 28/03/2010 2:14am

Whoever is responsible for this cheap, sleezy, porn should be sacked, ipso facto!

WW Forecast Team on 28/03/2010 2:44am

Haha apparently it was overcast when the England cricket team boys posed!



Guest on 28/03/2010 1:22am

little confused! what weather pattern is naked men with cricket bats? In fact is the picture even weather related??

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