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WELLINGTON---Ross Taylor and
Kane Williamson continued prolific
summers with the bat while Matt
Henry claimed four wickets on debut
as New Zealand beat India by 87 runs
to complete the One-Day Interna-
tional (ODI) series 4-0 winners yes-
Taylor scored his second century in
consecutive innings and Williamson
his fifth half century of the series as
New Zealand made 303-5 batting first.
Henry then took 4-38 in an impressive
debut as India was all out for 216 in
The win continued seventh-ranked
New Zealand s complete dominance
of top-ranked India in the series, the
third match of which was tied. New
Zealand won the first two matches by
24 runs and 15 runs and the last two
more emphatically, by seven wickets
and 87 runs.
New Zealand s emphatic perform-
ance in the series owed a great deal to
its consistency with the bat, and that
in turn owed much to Taylor and
Taylor followed his 112 not out in
the fourth match on Tuesday with 102
yesterday, and also scored two half
centuries in five innings, totalling 343
runs in the series at an average of 85.75.
Williamson became only the second
player, after Pakistan s Yasir Hameed,
to score half centuries in every innings
of a five match series.
With scores of 71, 77, 65, 60 and
88, Williamson tallied 361 runs in
the series, surpassing by 10 runs
Nathan Astle s record aggregate for
New Zealand in a five-match series.
Henry was called into the New
Zealand lineup on Friday as it con-
tinued to rotate its bowlers, exploit-
ing its newly developed depth in
Henry s performance on Friday
was so impressive he has a strong
chance of being called into the New
Zealand Test squad if injuries occur
during its forthcoming two-match
series against India. He claimed
the vital wickets of Shikhar Dhawan
(9), Ajinkya Rahane (2) and Ambati
Rayudu (20) as India crumbled to
30-3, then 78-4.
India once again relied on Virat
Kohli, restored to No. 3 in the order
after opening in the fourth match,
and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni
to do the majority of its scoring.
Dhoni had previously chosen to
bowl on winning the toss for the
fifth straight time.
Kohli made 82 as India s top-
scorer and Dhoni 47 but after its
slow start, India fell hopelessly
behind the needed run rate and its
challenge was extinguished well
before its innings ended. AP
M Guptill c Shami b Aaron
J Ryder c Rahane b Kumar
K Williamson c Rahane b Aaron
R Taylor c Dhawan b Shami
B McCullum c Sharma b Kohli
J Neesham not out
L Ronchi not out
Extras: (1b, 6lb, 5w)
TOTAL: (for 5 wickets)
Fall of wickets: 1-22, 2-41, 3-193, 4-243, 5-
Did not bat: Nathan McCullum, Mitchell
McClenaghan, Matt Henry, Kyle Mills.
Bowling: Mohammed Shami 10-3-61-1 (2w),
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 8-0-48-1 (2w), Varun
Aaron 10-0-60-2 (1w), Ravichandran
Ashwin 6-0-37-0, Ravindra Jadeja 9-0-54-0,
Virat Kohli 7-0-36-1.
R Sharma c Taylor b Mills
S Dhawan c NMcCullum b Henry
V Kohli c sub b NMcCullum
A Rahane lbw b Henry
A Rayudu c Williamson b Henry
MS Dhoni c Neesham b Williamson 47
R Ashwin b Williamson
R Jadeja c Guptill b Mills
B Kumar c Ronchi b Herny
M Shami not out
V Aaron b Neesham
Extras: (1lb, 4w, 1nb)
TOTAL: (all out)
Fall of wickets: 1-8, 2-20, 3-30, 4-78, 5-145,
6-167, 7-174, 8-181, 9-215.
Bowling: Kyle Mills 10-1-35-2 (1w), Mitchell
McClenaghan 10-0-45-0 (1w), Matt Henry
10-1-38-4 (2w), Jimmy Neesham 5.4-0-45-1,
Nathan McCullum 10-1-33-1, Kane
Williamson 4-0-19-2 (1nb).
Result: New Zealand won by 87 runs.
Series: New Zealand wins the five-match
series 4-0 (one match tied).
Umpires: Rod Tucker, Australia, and Billy
Bowden, New Zealand.
Third umpire: Derek Walker, New Zealand.
Match referee: David Boon, Australia.
New Zealand's Ross Taylor, left, is applauded by India's Mahendra
Singh Dhoni on reaching his century (102) in the fifth and final one-day
international cricket match in Wellington, New Zealand, yesterday.
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