West Indies' triumph by 48 runs is their first in five ODIs against New Zealand (Lost 3 & NR 1)
West Indies have won 10 an lost 18 out of 29 played in the World Cup (NR 1) - winning per cent 35.71.
West Indies (207/9) have recorded their highest total against New Zealand in the World Cup.
Overall, West Indies have posted five totals of 200 or more in the World Cup - once each against Sri Lanka, South Africa, Ireland, Denmark and New Zealand.
For the first time in a World Cup competition, West Indies have registered three totals of 200 or more.
West Indies' aforesaid total is their highest against New Zealand in ODIs.
Morna Nielsen (3/27) has produced her career-best bowling performance in ODIs, bettering the 3 for 34 against South Africa at Cuttack on February 1, 2013.
Sian Ruck has become the first New Zealand bowler to take 10 wickets in the present competition at an average of 12.60 in four matches.
Stafanie Taylor's 49 off 53 balls is her highest score against New Zealand in ODIs.
Stafanie enjoys an excellent record in ODIs in India - her tally being 524 in ten matches at an average of 58.22, including a hundred and three fifties.
Stafanie became the first player to manage 300 runs in the present competition - 304 runs at an average of 60.80 in five matches.
Stafanie's tally includes 171 off 137 balls against Sri Lanka at Bandra, Mumbai on February 3, 2013 - the highest by any West Indian player in ODIs/World Cup. The said score is also the highest by any player in the present competition.
Kat Broadmore (10-0-54-0) has produced her worst World Cup performance.
Shanel Daley (37) has posted her highest score in the World Cup, eclipsing the 30 not out against England at Mumbai on February 5, 2013.
Suzie Bates (2/36) has produced her second best World Cup performance, next only to the 4 for 7 against South Africa on March 12, 2009.
Suzie Bates is the top run-scorer in the World Cup 2012-13, aggregating 307 at an average of 76.75 in five matches.
Tremayne Smartt (3/39) has produced her best performance in ODIs, eclipsing the two for 15 against Pakistan at Kingstown on September 1, 2011.
Smartt's above figures are the best by a West Indian bowler against New Zealand in the World Cup.
Anisa Mohammed took her tally of wickets to 91 at an average of 15.70 in 62 matches - the most by a West Indian bowler in ODIs.
Anisa (31 not out) has posted her career-best score, eclipsing the 26 against India at Vadodara on January 13, 2011.
Anisa's first Player of the match award against New Zealand is her eighth in ODIs.
Rachel Priest (36) has recorded her highest score in the World Cup.
Anisa and Selman put on 45 runs - West Indies' highest for the ninth wicket in the World Cup.