NZ 151/2 (Priest 90, Bates 40*) bt WI 150 (Kyshona A Knight 41; Kasperek 3-17, Tahuru 3-39) by 8 wickets
West Indies crashed to a fourth straight loss in the Women's World Cup after being thrashed by eight wickets by New Zealand, at Taunton.
New Zealand opener Rachel Priest smashed 90 from 55 balls while putting on 120 with skipper Suzie Bates (40*) for the first wicket as the White Ferns topped West Indies' 150 all out in 18.2 overs.
Windies' heavy defeat was their second in five days following their hammering by South Africa in Leicester on Sunday, in which they were skittled for 48, the sixth lowest score in Women's World Cups.
Stafanie Taylor's side fared slightly better with the bat in Somerset, Kyshona Knight (41) top scoring as economical off-spinner Leigh Kasperek and Lea Tahuhu shared six wickets.
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