The third and final cricket test between New Zealand and Pakistan ended in a draw after rain washed out the final session at McLean Park today, leaving the series drawn 1-1. Set 208 for victory, New Zealand were 90 without loss and scoring freely when the players were forced from the field due to rainfall. BJ Watling had scored 60 off 62 balls and fellow opener Tim McIntosh 23 off 54 balls as New Zealand got off to a superb start to the chase. Captain Daniel Vettori was named man of the match after scoring 134 in New Zealand's first innings before taking two from 93 from 56 overs in Pakistan's second innings of 455. Earlier today, the Black Caps claimed six wickets to remove Pakistani batsmen and keep the test alive.