The Australian women's cricket team has won the second one day international against New Zealand in Tauranga, to level the three match Rose Bowl series at one-all.
Batting first the White Ferns made 253 for eight, with Amy Satterthwaite top scoring with 85.
Satterthwaite had been attempting to become the first international player, man or woman, to score five straight centuries.
She equalled the record of four held by former Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakarra in the opening Rose Bowl game.
Australia chased down the target for the loss of six wickets and nearly three overs to spare.
Alex Blackwell top scored with 65 while Beth Mooney also made a half century with 57
Sixteen year old legspiner Amelia Kerr caused plenty of problems for the Australian batters in taking 4-52 and removing three of the first four Australian batters.
The series decider is on Sunday.