Update 30 May - on his return to Lord's for the first ODI, Tim was able to inspect his name on the honour's board, and have a very special photo taken.
BLACKCAPS bowler Tim Southee has made a small part of Lord's his own. After recording 4/58 and 6/50 v England in the first Test at Lord's, his feat has gone down on the visitors Honours board, the first visitor to achieve the honour since Makhaya Ntini in 2003.
The team at The Home Of Cricket recorded the event itself:
Interestingly, when a player makes the Honours board, their name is added almost immediately, before being added more permanently, like so:
Well done Tim!