With three Notts bowlers in action for England during the Twenty20 International in Christchurch, we have a round-up of all the action featuring Graeme Swann, Ryan Sidebottom and  Stuart Broad.

The Times

Paul Collingwood leads from the front

It leaves England with a perfect record as they move on to Wellington for the start of the five-match one-day series on Saturday hoping to build on their impressive recent series triumphs over India and Sri Lanka. [full article]

The Telegraph

England win Twenty20 New Zealand series

by Richard Morgan

But man-of-the-match Collingwood was given superb support from Owais Shah in a 102-run stand off 63 balls, an England Twenty20 record, to ensure the tourists reached a total way beyond New Zealand's injury-hit line-up.
[full article]

BBC Online

England beat Kiwis to seal series

by Oliver Brett

Ryan Sidebottom was the pick of an impressive England bowling unit, taking 2-19 with no swing available. [full article]

The Daily Express

Collingwood gets England back on track

Captain Paul Collingwood hit a determined half-century to help England set a highly-competitive target in their second Twenty20 International at the AMI Stadium. [full article]

The Sun

Mustard and Colly flower

by Ali Martin

Ryan Sidebottom and James Anderson removed the openers, before Dimi Mascarenhas and Graeme Swann helped themselves to two wickets apiece, gutting the middle order. [full article]

The Daily Mail

Captain Colly's superb half-century guides England to victory

Captain Paul Collingwood maintained England's 100 per cent tour record by helping England to another comfortable victory over New Zealand in today's Twenty20 International. [full article]

The New Zealand Herald

England wrap up Twenty20 series

By Chris Barclay

New Zealand were limited to 143 for eight from their 20 overs, never threatening England's 193 for eight after captain Paul Collingwood guided the tourists to safety after they had lost four for 11 in just 15 balls. [full article]