Colin Munro became the first man to score three T20 international hundreds as New Zealand crushed Windies by 119 runs.
Colin Munro smashed 66 from 23 balls before rain caused the second T20 between New Zealand and Windies to be abandoned.
Windies' Carlos Brathwaite began 2018 with a catch of the year contender as he dismissed New Zealand's Tom Bruce one-handed.
Seth Rance sparked a Windies batting meltdown as New Zealand cruised to a 47-run victory in the opening Twenty20 in Nelson.
Windies' top order collapsed to 9-5 as they lost a rain-affected third ODI to New Zealand by 66 runs on the DLS method.
Trent Boult bagged a career-best 7-34 as New Zealand sealed a one-day international series win over Windies in Christchurch.
Chris Gayle fell for just 22 on his return as West Indies lost the first one-day international to New Zealand by five wickets.
A fan at the New Zealand vs West Indies ODI in Whangarei spectacularly dropped a catch that would have won him £26,000.
Chris Gayle still has plenty to offer ahead of Windies' one-day international series against New Zealand, writes Kalika Mehta.
New Zealand sealed a 2-0 series victory over the West Indies as they won the second Test by a convincing 240 runs.
Ross Taylor's record-equalling 17th Test ton for New Zealand has left the Black Caps on the brink of a series win over Windies.
Tim Southee and Trent Boult starred with bat and ball as New Zealand bossed day two of the second Test against Windies.
Would you believe it?! Watch how Windies' Sunil Ambris was out hit wicket for the second time in his first three Test innings!
Colin de Grandhomme's quick-fire fifty swung the second Test against Windies back New Zealand's way on day one in Hamilton.
Windies collapsed on day four of the first Test against New Zealand as the Black Caps won by an innings and 67 runs.
Windies battled to 214-2 by stumps on day three of the first Test after New Zealand's Tom Blundell completed a debut hundred.
Colin de Grandhomme thrashed his first Test ton from 71 balls as New Zealand dominated Windies on day two in Wellington.
Sunil Ambris fell for a golden duck on his Test debut against New Zealand in Wellington - after treading on his stumps!
Neil Wagner took a career-best 7-39 as New Zealand bundled out Windies for 134 on day one of the first Test in Wellington.
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