New Zealand continue to increase their lead over the West Indies as they reach 314-6 on day four of their third Test against the West Indies.
New Zealand have extended their lead to 290 runs after losing just one wicket during the afternoon session on day four of their third Test against the West Indies.
Kane Williamson, who secured his century earlier in the day, reached 153 not out as the tourists notched up 314-6 at tea.
Kemar Roach claimed the wicket of BJ Watling shortly before the break, but Tim Southee remained at the crease with Williamson at the end of the session.
The West Indies did keep the run rate low in the afternoon, conceding just 54 runs as they look to restrict New Zealand ahead of the final day of the Test.
Result: Windies on the brink of victory after day four >