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Sri Lanka Women make their first tour of New Zealand since the 2000 Women's World Cup to play five One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals.
New Zealand Women completed a Twenty20 International series clean sweep over Sri Lanka Women with a dominant nine-wicket win in the third and final game in Nelson.
Suzie Bates struck 69 and then took three wickets as New Zealand Women beat Sri Lanka by 11 runs in the second Twenty20 International in Nelson, taking an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
New Zealand Women beat Sri Lanka Women by 102 runs - their record margin of victory by runs - in the first Twenty20 International in Christchurch.
New Zealand Women bowled Sri Lanka Women out for 99 on their way to a convincing eight-wicket win that sealed a 5-0 One-Day International series clean sweep in the final match in Christchurch.
Morna Nielsen's maiden five-wicket haul put New Zealand Women on course for a 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka Women in the fourth One-Day International in Lincoln.
Rachel Priest hit 157 in 146 balls - her second century in three games - to lay the foundations for New Zealand Women to beat Sri Lanka Women by 188 runs in the third One-Day International in Lincoln.
New Zealand Women wasted little time in moving into a 2-0 One-Day International series lead over Sri Lanka Women, chasing down 130 in 14.3 overs to claim a 10-wicket victory in the second ODI in Lincoln.
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