SA-born batsman Devon Conway excelled as New Zealand beat the West Indies by 72 runs in the second T20I.
Conway, who scored 41* on debut, carried his form into the match at Mount Maunganui, standing unbeaten on 65 off 37 deliveries in a massive team total of 238.
Conway and Glenn Phillips (108 off 51 deliveries) shared a 184-run third wicket stand that took the game away from the Windies. Phillips’ century was the fastest in T20I history for New Zealand.
The tourists could only muster 166 runs in response, with nobody getting out of the 20s.
Conway’s hot streak continued. He scored 41 and 46* in a tour game prior to the T20 series and got 41 in the first T20I.