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(From New Zealand Press Association)
Sydney, Dec 9 - Curbing the explosiveness of Adam Gilchrist is a key to New Zealand claiming first ownership of the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy after the Black Caps came within a couple of lusty blows of a second sensational one-day cricket upset of the world champions last night.
New Zealand's quest for a record-setting run chase of 262 fell a tantalising 17 runs short last night at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) as Kyle Mills was officially added to the Black Caps' lower-order artillery with a 26-ball unbeaten 44 which included four huge sixes in consecutive balls faced.
While Mills' 38-match one-day career is based on his swing bowling, the Aucklander had the crowd -- and the …