The New Zealand A cricketers have won their one-day tri-series against Sri Lanka A and the England Lions after beating the latter by seven wickets on the Duckworth-Lewis method in their final match in Worcester.
New Zealand won the toss and sent England into bat with the Lions reaching 255 for eight off their 50 overs.
Rain stopped play in the innings break meaning New Zealand A were set a revised target of 220 off 36 overs for victory.
The tourists then raced to 225 for three inside 33 overs on the back of an impressive 95 from dropped Black Caps opener Hamish Rutherford, passing England's total with seven wickets and 21 balls to spare.
Tom Latham hit a six off the third ball of the 33rd over to blast the visitors to victory on the Duckworth-Lewis method.
Rutherford, who was recently left off the list of New Zealand cricket's contracted players, hit 10 fours and two sixes in his innings before being bowled five runs shy of his century.
He says it's nice to get back in the runs and the day was a good challenge to make a fast start as they were up against it after the rain break.
Matt Henry was the pick of the New Zealand bowlers, taking three wickets for 56 runs off his 10 overs.
Following their first-game wash-out against Sri Lanka, the New Zealanders won all three subsequent matches in the Tri-Series to take home the silverware.
New Zealand A now face Scotland in three one-day fixtures, before rounding off their tour with two three-day matches against Kent and Surrey.