New Zealand has thrashed the West Indies by 240 runs on the fourth day of the second cricket test in Hamilton.
With the victory, the Black Caps clinched the series two-nil after winning the first test in Wellington by an innings and 67 runs.
The Windies resumed their second innings on 30 for the loss of two wickets, needing 444 runs for an unlikely victory.
However, their innings ended on 203 for nine, with Sunil Ambris retired hurt with a broken arm.
Victorious captain Kane Williamson says it was a good win.
“It was great to put strong performances together on the board in this series. They put us under pressure at times throughout. I think credit to the way we stuck to our plans, executed them well throughout both games. We know how talented the West Indies side are, how much they’re improved, much like our side as well. So both teams fought really hard, but like I say, it was nice to be able to stick to our plans for long periods of time and get the reward.”