New Zealand thrash West Indies in second Test
Trent Boult led New Zealand to their first Test win in more than a year when he produced career-best figures in a fiery bowling display that crushed the West Indies inside three days.
Trent Boult led New Zealand to their first Test win in more than a year when he produced career best figures in a fiery bowling display that crushed the West Indies inside three days. Left-arm seamer was the chief destroyer for New Zealand, taking 6-40 in the West Indies' first innings and 4-40 in the second. (All AFP images)
Ross Taylor scored 129 as New Zealand posted 441 runs in their first innings.
After Taylor's century, New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling scored a crucial 65 to take Kiwis to a sizeable total.
Kirk Edwards scored a 55 but lost out on partners in West Indies' first innings as they were all out for 193.
The other notable contribution came from Marlon Samuels, who scored 60 in the first innings.
West Indies batsmen failed again in their second innings and were shot out for 175 thanks to Trent Boult's 4/40 and Tim Southee's (in pic) 3/24 that helped Kiwis crush the hosts by an innings and 73 runs.