New Zealand have completed a three nil series win over Bangladesh with an 88 run win in the third and final match of the one day cricket series in Dunedin.
New Zealand batted first and they posted 330 for six, with Ross Taylor top scoring with 69.
The innings saw Taylor become the leading run scorer for New Zealand in one day cricket surpassing former skipper Stephen Fleming.
Tim Southee finished with figures of 6-65, Trent Boult took two wickets and Colin de Grandhomme one.
Sabbir Rahman top scored with (102) Rahman was dropped by Lockie Fergusson off the bowling of Southee when he was on nought.
It was the last one day international of the summer for New Zealand with the two sides now playing a three test series. With the first test in Hamilton on Thursday next week.