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Devine, Satterthwaite, Martin thrash West Indies

Sophie Devine's 3 for 12, Amy Satterthwaite's unbeaten 71, and Katey Martin's 65 gave New Zealand a 2-0 lead in the T20I series against West Indies in Mount Maunganui

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England lose 14 wickets in a day, but Livingstone shines

The second day of England's two days with the pink ball in Hamilton did not go that well for the batsmen. England lost 14 wickets in the day and were still unable to match the New Zealand XI total

Jamieson and Blundell celebrate centuries against England (1:00)
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NZ hold on for narrow win courtesy Kasperek's three-for

Spinner Leigh Kasperek's two scalps in the space of three balls in the 19th over, even as Stafanie Taylor was left stranded at her end, helped New Zealand prevail over West Indies by eight runs

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Blundell and Jamieson give England the runaround

Ben Stokes' back will be the focus of attention over the next few days, while the exploits of the New Zealand XI lower order raised questions about the England attack

Anderson vice-captain for New Zealand series (1:54)
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Stokes to miss warm-up with back injury

Ben Stokes's hopes of making his return to Test cricket in the first Test against New Zealand at Auckland next week have received a set-back

Agarkar: A top-rated innings from Ross Taylor (2:01)
McGlashan: Classy England wrap up series (1:40)
WATCH - Jonny Bairstow makes England's third-fastest ton (2:03)
Highlights - NZ wilt under Bairstow's 58-ball ton (4:16)
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England get 'ruthless' at the right time

With little more than 12 months left for the 2019 World Cup, Jonny Bairstow and Eoin Morgan are seeing plenty of positives in the way England have performed in New Zealand

WATCH - Bairstow's stunning boundary one-hander (0:41)
New Zealand, England brace for winner-takes-it-all contest (1:45)
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All eyes on Taylor ahead of series decider

New Zealand have won eight out of eight ODIs at Hagley Oval, while England are looking to make it six series wins in a row

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New Zealand pondered Taylor retiring hurt

The team management is still unsure of the extent of the batsman's quad injury, which he aggravated while diving to complete a second run, and are yet to take a decision on his participation in the series decider in Christchurch

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