Wagner and Blundell were the heroes for the hosts

Maiden Test centuries from Colin de Grandhomme and debutant Tom Blundell coupled with Neil Wagner's fiery first innings helped New Zealand beat West Indies by an innings and 67 runs on day four of the first Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington.
Wagner's seven-for on day one but the hosts in command of the game and that was only strengthened after some stoic resistance from the lower middle-order, which helped the Black Caps cross 500. A massive deficit was simply too much for the West Indies, who were bowled out for 319 on day four and succumbed to another innings defeat.

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