The third T20 cricket international between New Zealand and the West Indies in Mount Maunganui has been abandoned due to rain.
Just 2.2 overs were possible in the final match of the series before rain forced the players from the field, with the West Indies reaching 25-1 after losing the toss and being asked to bat first on Monday.
More than two hours of intermittent rain meant play was never able to resume, with the match officially called off at around 9.15pm.
The decision meant the series finished 2-0 in favour of the Black Caps, who won game one by five wickets and game two by 72 runs.
New Zealand fast bowler Lockie Ferguson, who took the only wicket to fall in match three to take his series tally to seven, was named player of the series.
The Black Caps next T20 matches came with a three-game series against Pakistan in mid-December.
New Zealand and the West Indies moved into test match mode, with the first of two tests set to start in Hamilton on Thursday.
Look back at our live coverage from the start of the match: