England batsman Jonathan Trott said he was happy with his team's dominating position in the second Test against New Zealand at Leeds.
 
With three wickets in the second session, England scalped another three in the last one to leave the visitors with nothing but to hope for a weather intervention.
 
Ross Taylor and Dean Brownlie put up a good partnership but that was hardly enough for the Kiwis to move out of trouble. The 79-run partnership was broken by Steven Finn after Brownlie failed to keep his bat down while evading a bouncer.
 
Martin Guptill was dismissed by Swann for three runs. The big wicket to fall two overs later was that of Ross Taylor. The former Kiwi captain was foxed by Swann as he went into a drive and missed it completely.