The first Test between New Zealand and the West Indies is drawn as rain prevents an exciting climax in Dunedin.
The first Test between New Zealand and the West Indies ended as a draw after rain prevented an exciting climax in Dunedin.
After being asked to follow on, the West Indies were skittled out for 507 in their second innings, leaving the hosts with a victory target of 111.
The Black Caps reached 79-4 before the weather intervened to bring play to a premature end just before tea on day five.
Shane Shillingford claimed all four of New Zealand's second-innings wickets.
The off-spinner dismissed Peter Fulton (3), Aaron Redmond (6), Hamish Rutherford (20) and captain Brendon McCullum (9) to record impressive figures of 4-26.
Result: Broad rattles through NZ's top order >