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    Ross Taylor's 20th one-day international century has helped New Zealand to a 115-run win and a 3-nil series victory over Sri Lanka in Nelson

    Ross Taylor's 20th one-day international century has helped New Zealand to a 115-run win and a 3-nil series victory over Sri Lanka in Nelson


    The Black Caps' aggregate of 1054 runs is a world record for a three-match series.

    Taylor made 137 from 131 balls - alongside Henry Nicholls' 124 from 80 balls - as part of 364 for four.

    He averages 72 from 33 innings since having a growth removed from his left eye in December 2016.



    All-rounder Jimmy Neesham has been ruled out of Friday's Twenty20 against Sri Lanka with a hamstring strain - Doug Bracewell takes his spot.

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