A mini-session is (normally) half a session, either between the start of the session and the drinks break or the drinks break and the end of the session. Occasionally a long session will have 3 mini-sessions where it will be broken up with 2 drinks breaks.
|1-1a||New Zealand 68/0 off 14||New Zealand|
|1-1b||New Zealand 30/0 off 14||New Zealand|
|1-2a||New Zealand 33/2 off 12||Zimbabwe|
|1-2b||New Zealand 63/0 off 16||New Zealand|
|1-3a||New Zealand 56/2 off 14||Zimbabwe|
|1-3b||New Zealand 81/1 off 21||New Zealand|
|2-1a||New Zealand 53/0 off 14||New Zealand|
|2-1b||New Zealand 8/0 off 1.2||-|
|3-1a||New Zealand 94/2 off 18.2||New Zealand|
|3-1b||Zimbabwe 20/5 off 15||New Zealand|
|3-2a||Zimbabwe 30/3 off 13||New Zealand|
|3-2b||Zimbabwe 13/5 off 10||New Zealand|
|3-3a||Zimbabwe 51/3 off 14||New Zealand|
|3-3b||Zimbabwe 80/4 off 25.3||New Zealand|
New Zealand win the match by an innings and 301 runs, and the mini-session count 11-2. I didn't award either team a mini-session for the 8 deliveries in 2-1b. I also awarded Zimbabwe 1-3a. That mini-session was right on the border, and fell on NZ's side in my normal formula by 1 run, however I felt that Zimbabwe slightly edged it.
Zimbabwe's tail wagged well today, but their top order was appalling twice. Both innings their final 5 wickets provided more than their first 5. Chris Martin looks like he is well in form. Pity for him that it is the only test in the series.