It was New Zealand's 354th and Zimbabwe's 161st ODI.
It was the 22nd match between the two countries. The record now reads: New Zealand 15, Zimbabwe 5, tied one and abandoned one.
Umpires Steve Bucknor and David Shepherd stood in their 78th and 95th match respectively, while Cammie Smith officiated for the 94th time as ICC referee.
The catch of Chris Harris was 50th for Grant Flower in his 136th match. He became second Zimbabwean and 41st fielder to do so.
The fifth wicket partnership of 95 runs between Roger Twose and Craig McMillan is New Zealand's best for this wicket against Zimbabwe. This obliterates the previous record stand of 68 between Craig McMillan and Adam Parore at Bulawayo on 01-10-2000.
Paul Wiseman (4-45) became the 10th bowler on 11th occasion to take a four wicket haul in matches in Kenya. He also became only the third to do so on his first appearance after India's Sunil Joshi (5 for six v South Africa on 26-09-1999) and Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan (4 for 18 v Kenya on 28-09-1996).
Wiseman became the third New Zealander to capture four wickets in a match against Zimbabwe after Shayne O'Connor (5 for 39 at Wellington on 06-02-1998) and Daniel Vettori (4 for 49 at Hamilton on 04-02-1998). Wiseman's figures are also his personal best beating 2 for 21 against Australia at Auckland on 19-02-2000.
Roger Twose won Man of the Match award for the fifth time in his career.