333/8 (50)
218/10 (42.3)
NZ won by 115 runs.
Player of the match: Will Young
Right then, New Zealand have wrapped this series up 3-0, inflicting a whitewash on the Netherlands, dominating with both bat and ball. Martin Guptill and Will Young set it up with their brilliant hundreds to take the Kiwis to a big first innings total. It was the up to the bowlers to go out there and defend the total, which they did pretty nicely as well. 

Netherlands got off to a flying start in the powerplay courtesy a breath-taking half-century from Stephan Myburgh. The Dutch seemed to be in the game with the start they got. However, they lost a couple of quick wickets and from there on, it was a real struggle for them to get the tempo going as the Kiwi bowlers kept it real tight and tidy. There were a few batters who got off to starts but none of them could convert it into a big score.

Eventually, it was too much for Netherlands to do in the end as they kept losing wickets. Matt Henry was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets while the rest contributed nicely as well. New Zealand will be pleased with the new faces taking their opportunity and stepping up throughout the series. They will be pleased to have wrapped it up with another clinical performance.

Netherlands played well in patches throughout the series and they can take plenty positives as they head back home. They might not have won a single game in the series but there is promise and the more they play against the top nations, they will only continue to get better.

With that, this is Pratyush and myself (Rishab), as we sign off for the moment. That is all we have from this game. Do stay tuned and catch all the action we bring you from around the globe. Have a good day folks, see y'all again soon!
Ross Taylor: I appreciate all the help New Zealand cricket has given me as a 14-year-old to where I am now. I never thought I would play Netherlands but they have a good future ahead and I hope they get a lot more games ahead. A special note to our manager. He has been with us for ten years and I wish him all the best. To my teammates, it has been a pleasure and I enjoyed every moment of it. I will be watching from the other side and I will miss them. There is no bigger place to say thankyou to my wife, parents, family and friends and coaches. It has been a fantastic 16 years and you have had a massive influence on who I am as a person. For the fans, thank you so much for coming out. Thank you to everyone for the support over the years. 
Tom Latham: It is nice to finish the series off. The partnership at the top were good. We adjusted and it was good to out that score on the board and we got the job done with the ball. The Dutch put us under pressure throughout and it was good to get out of it in different situations in three games. They were fantastic, everyone who got their opportunity.  it is a good thing for New Zealand cricket that they got the experience and stepped up. It is important to sign off on a winning note. Ross is such an important member of the side. We appreciate it and it is an amazing effort to play for that long. Loved having the Dutch here. They did put us under pressure and it is important that they take that away. 
Pieter Seelaar: Obviously disappointing. I think New Zealand turned up well and that's what the best cricketers in the world do. There are quiote a few positives. We played a higher level of cricket and that second game, having them 40/5 was pretty special. We need to be a little more gutsy and set up. That was vintage Myburgh. We have seen it for years. It was entertaining for the crowd to see. 
Will Young is also the Player of the Series!
Player of the Match, Will Young: It was tough at the top. Thankfully we got off to a decent start and kept the momentum rolling. I think Guptill played really well and it truly helps. The wicket was tricky and it was nice to get a score over 300 batting first. It was certainly special with Ross out there. To bring up my hundred with Ross at the other end was really special. 
Done and dusted. That is it and fittingly, Ross Taylor takes the catch. Four for Henry and Netherlands are bundled out for 218 as New Zealand win this game by a massive margin of 115 runs. They have been dominating with both bat and ball, convincing performance once again!
42.3 Matt Henry to Aryan Dutt, TAYLOR TAKES THE CATCH! That will be that. He didn't get to bowl but it's almost fitting that he completes the catch to wrap up the proceedings. Back of a length angled into Dutt as he looks to take on the pull but only splices it to Taylor at short mid-wicket for a dolly. New Zealand register a comprehensive 115 run victory to seal the series 3-0.

Aryan Dutt c Ross Taylor b Matt Henry 9 (22b 1x4 0x6)
42.2 Matt Henry to Fred Klaassen, back of a length angled into the pads, Klaassen misses his flick as this one bounces off the pads for a single at square leg
42.1 Matt Henry to Fred Klaassen, searching for the yorker but its a low full toss around off, Klaassen defends it back to the bowler. Greeted by cheers from the Kiwi faithful, who want to see Taylor take the final wicket
Matt Henry [7.0-1-36-3] comes back into the attack
Another brilliant over form Bracewell coming back into the attack. He has bowled pretty well tonight. Attacking the stumps, with the variations taking the pace off and he deservingly got another wicket. Just one away from cleaning Netherlands up now are the Kiwis! 
217 /9 score
cricket bat icon Aryan Dutt
9 (21)
cricket bat icon Fred Klaassen *
1 (2)
cricket ball icon Doug Bracewell
2 /23
41.6 Doug Bracewell to Fred Klaassen, on the good length at middle stump, Klaassen skews a thick outside edge towards third man for a single 
41.6 Doug Bracewell to Fred Klaassen, wide. Looks for the yorker again but it's misdirected down the leg side. 
41.5 Doug Bracewell to Fred Klaassen, back of a good length angled into the right-hander, hangs back to tuck it to square leg, no run
Fred Klaassen, RHB, comes to the crease
Bracewell gets his second. On the target and beautifully bowled that. Netherlands are nine down with that!
41.4 Doug Bracewell to Clayton Floyd, BOWLED HIM! That's a lovely piece of bowling. Rolled his fingers over the ball to nail the slower yorker that's beaten Floyd all ends up! It dipped in to crash into the off-stump as the batter ended up playing inside the line. One to go.
Clayton Floyd b Doug Bracewell 2 (5b, 0x4, 0x6)