A collective bowling effort from New Zealand Women saw them dismiss India Women for 130 runs following which Rachel Priest scored a blistering half-century to complete the chase in 26.3 overs with seven wickets in hand in the warm-up game of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has docked a percentage of match fees of New Zealand players following their recently concluded Champions Trophy encounter against England at Sophia Gardens on Tuesday.
A collective bowling effort led by Jake Ball and Liam Plunkett helped England restrict New Zealand to 223 runs in a chase of 311 to win the sixth game of the ICC Champions Trophy in Cardiff by 87 runs and thereby becoming the first team to reach to the semi-finals.
Heavy rain lashed out at Edgbaston as the second game of the Champions Trophy between Australia and New Zealand was abandoned without a result, forcing both the teams to share the points between them equally.
Martin Guptill played a 76-ball 116 run knock while Kane Williamson supported him with 88 runs as New Zealand managed to chase down 357 runs against Sri Lanka with six wickets in hand in their warm-up game in Birmingham.
Mohammad Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar shared six wickets between them equally as India bowled out New Zealand for 189 runs and later managed to be 45 runs ahead of D/L target when rain arrived after 26 overs in the second innings during their ICC Champions Trophy warm-up game at Kennington Oval.
Tamim Iqbal and Sabbir Rahman scored 65 runs apiece while Mushfiqur Rahim played a responsible unbeaten knock of 45 runs as Bangladesh chased down 271 runs against New Zealand in 48.2 overs with five wickets in hand in the final game of the tri-series in Dublin.
Tom Latham led a dominating batting performance with a brilliant century while the Black Caps bowlers came up with a clinical bowling performance as they went on to defeat Ireland by 190 runs in the fifth game of the tri-series in Dublin to claim an unassailable lead.
James Neesham scored a fifty and picked two wickets while Hamish Bennett made a strong comeback with a three-wicket haul as New Zealand managed to chase down 258 against Bangladesh in the 48th over to seal a four-wicket win in the third match of the tri-series in Dublin.