The Silver Ferns have produced another convincing win at the Netball World Cup beating Trinidad and Tobago 74-38 in Sydney.
On Friday, New Zealand thrashed Barbados 73-28.
The entire Silver Ferns squad got a run during Saturday's game after starting the shooting pair of Bailey Mes at goal shoot and Jodi Brown goal attack.
Laura Langman started on the bench to make way for Shannon Francois at centre.
Trinidad and Tobago pushed the Silver Ferns in the opening spell, to trail by just four after the first quarter.
The Ferns had a better second quarter and went into half-time leading 37-25.
Changes were then made across the board, with Malia Paseka and Maria Tutaia injected into the shooting circle and Langman given the centre bib.
New Zealand had a strong second half outscoring their opponents 37 to 13 to easily seal the victory.
The Silver Ferns coach, Wai Taumaunu, praised her team's attack, but said she was disappointed with the "first-half defensive effort."
"I was pleased with our ball retention on attack in all of the line ups that played."
"We didn't get a lot of ball defensively off them in the first half. It took us a half to get used to the style they play and the places they wanted to feed from, but I thought that was much better in the second half, " Taumaunu said.
After two easy wins the Silver Ferns will get a better gauge of how good they are when they meet the defending champions Australia in pool play tomorrow.