Wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi scored an unbeaten 51 as New Zealand beat West Indies by four wickets in the second Twenty20 to take the two-match series 2-0.

Ronchi surpassed his unbeaten 48 in the first match at Auckland, which New Zealand won by 81 runs, reaching his first half-century in T20s from 25 balls with four fours and two sixes.

The match concluded New Zealand’s domestic series against West Indies in which it won the three-Test series 2-0, shared the five-match one-day series 2-2 and won an important victory in the Twenty20 series six weeks from the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.

In a good match for wicket-keepers, Denesh Ramdin top-scored for West Indies with 55 in its total of 159-5 while New Zealand reached 163-6 with an over to spare.

Ramdin reached his half-century from 26 balls and took his 55 runs from 31 balls with three fours and three sixes to spur West Indies to a competitive total after it won the toss and batted…


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