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Last Updated: Saturday, 10 July, 2004, 09:19 GMT 10:19 UK
New Zealand v West Indies
New Zealand's Nathan Astle
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After being put into bat by West Indies captain Brian Lara, New Zealand's Nathan Astle helps his side get off to a flyer
New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming plays a cut shot
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Astle and his opening partner, Stephen Fleming, get stuck into Windies paceman Tino Best and both notch 50s
Brian Lara calls New Zealand's Nathan Astle back to the crease
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Astle is called back to the wicket by Lara as replays clearly show a catch by Ricardo Powell was in fact grassed
Nathan Astle walks from the crease
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The rain break seems to unsettle New Zealand and Fleming, then Astle, are both quickly dismissed by Dwayne Bravo
West Indies Tino Best runs out Gareth Hopkins
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After Hamish Marshall is dismissal for 44 the Kiwi's lose their last six wickets for just 49 runs and are all out for 266
West Indies Chris Gayle edges a delivery to Scott Styris at slip
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The West Indies' reply gets off to a terrible start as Chris Gayle edges a Jacob Oram delivery to slip
New Zealand's Scott Styris runs out Ramnaresh Sarwan
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Ramnaresh Sarwan falls short of the crease as Chris Harris' excellent work gives Scott Styris an easy run-out chance
Daniel Vettori of New Zealand
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Spinner Daniel Vettori traps Brian Lara lbw for 30 on his way to claiming 5-30 - his best one-day international figures
New Zealand's NatWest Series team
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New Zealand claim the NatWest trophy after knocking over West Indies for a paltry 159 to win by 107 runs




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