|Third Twenty20, Sky Stadium, Wellington|
|England 128-9 (20 overs): Wilson 31 (23), Devine 3-30|
|New Zealand 96 (18 overs): Satterthwaite 25 (26), Villiers 3-10|
|England won by 32 runs; won series 3-0|
England thrashed New Zealand by 32 runs to complete a clean sweep in their three-match Twenty20 series.
England, without captain Heather Knight through a minor hip injury, made 128-9 with Fran Wilson making an unbeaten 31.
Sophia Dunkley made 26, while captain Sophie Devine took 3-30 for the hosts.
New Zealand lost two wickets to Katherine Brunt in the first over, before spinners Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn and Mady Villiers took 6-36 to restrict the hosts to 96 all out.
England have now won their last 11 completed Twenty20 internationals, a run which started after a six-wicket defeat in their opening game of the World Cup in March 2020.
Their only blemish in the format during that time was the controversial washed-out semi-final against India that eliminated them from the tournament.
Fans were allowed at the game in Wellington after lockdown restrictions, that were implemented after the one-day series which England won 2-1, were lifted in the area.
It is still unknown when England will next be in action with their summer schedule still to be confirmed.
More to follow.