New Zealand vs. West Indies, 5th ODI: Video Highlights, Scorecard and Report

Lee WalkerUK Managing EditorJanuary 8, 2014

HAMILTON, NEW ZEALAND - JANUARY 08:  Kirk Edwards of the West Indies (R) celebrates his century with  Dwayne Bravo (L) during game five of the One Day International Series between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park on January 8, 2014 in Hamilton, New Zealand.  (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)
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The beleaguered West Indies finished their tour of New Zealand on a high with a thumping 203-run win in Hamilton.

After losing the Test series 2-0, the men from the Caribbean earned a 2-2 draw with the Black Caps in the ODI series.

Kirk Edwards and captain Dwayne Bravo both scored centuries as the tourists posted a massive 363-4 in their 50 overs.

The hosts were bundled out for 160 in their reply in under 30 overs with Nikita Miller taking four wickets.

It was New Zealand's second heaviest ODI defeat as they missed out on a series victory.

The Kiwis bounced back from their 3-0 series defeat in Bangladesh to draw 1-1 in Sri Lanka and they had hoped to continue to build some momentum ahead of next year's World Cup with a series victory.

West Indies Innings: 363 for 4 (50 overs)
K Powell lbw b N McCullum 73 46 44
Charles run out (N McCullum) 31 80 45
K Edwards not out 123 167 108
Simmons c Williamson b Anderson 9 23 19
Dwayne Bravo c N McCullum b Williamson 106 106 81
Russell not out 6 3
Extras 0nb 11w 0b 4lb 15
Southee10 0 64 0
McClenaghan8 0 64 0
N McCullum10 0 64 1
Anderson10 1 77 1
Mills8 0 60 0

The West Indies' highest ever one-day international total was based around a 211-run partnership for the fourth wicket between Edwards and Bravo.

Opener Kieran Powell blasted 73 off 44 balls at the top of the order and the visitors were 143-4 after 24 overs when Edwards and Bravo came together.

Edwards, whose highest score in his first 10 ODIs was 40, hit his maiden hundred off 90 balls and finished unbeaten on 123 with 12 boundaries and four sixes.

Bravo's ton came even quicker, off just 79 balls, before he was dismissed for 106 in the penultimate over.

New Zealand were always up against it, with a required run rate over 7.25, and the game was almost over as a contest as they lost key men Ross Taylor and Brendon McCullum in slumping to 65-5 in the 15th over.

New Zealand Innings: 160 all out (29.5 overs)
Guptill b Dwayne Bravo 6 1410
Ryder c Simmons b Holder 17 3115
Williamson lbw b Holder 16 2521
Taylor c Ramdin b Miller 9 1415
B McCullum c Charles b Miller 6 2114
Anderson c Dwayne Bravo b Russell 29 3124
Ronchi hit wicket b Miller 15 3728
N McCullum c Ramdin b Russell 18 1213
Mills run out (Holder) 26 2531
Southee c Dwayne Bravo b Miller 9 117
McClenaghan not out 0 51
Extras 0nb 3w 0b 6lb 9
Holder5 0 35 2
Dwayne Bravo5 0 12 1
Miller10 1 45 4
Narine 5.5 0 31 0
Russell4 0 31 2

Slow left-armer Miller picked up both wickets and the match finished in the 30th over when Kyle Mills was run out by a direct hit from Jason Holder.