Amelia Kerr has broken the women's world record for the highest ODI score with 232no. And White Ferns now hold the record for top three totals in one day internationals.
The Australian was the first person to score a double hundred in ODI cricket when she amassed 229 against Denmark in Mumbai in 1997.
In her strokeful innings, Kerr smashed 31 fours and two sixes.
Amelia Kerr smashes the highest score in women's ODI cricket.
DUBLIN: New Zealand´s Amelia Kerr hit a world record 232 not out in the third one-day global against Ireland on Wednesday and then took five wickets to complete a remarkable day for the 17-year-old.
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She also hit the second most boundaries in an ODI innings, behind Rohit Sharma's 33 in his 264.
"I think I heard them say stuff on the speaker and everyone was clapping but I had no idea", said Kerr, who had not even heard of the previous record holder and was born three years after Clark made her score. But the real frenzy began only after Ireland leggie Gaby Lewis - another 17-year-old - dismissed Satterthwaite, making room for Leigh Kasperek to arrive and join forces with Kerr for a partnership with 295 runs off just 199 balls. Amy Satterthwaite (61 off 45 balls) and Kerr provided the team with a flawless start, scoring 113 for the first wicket.
Ireland stood little chance in the chase, losing wickets at regular intervals and succumbing after 44 overs. For the third straight time, New Zealand women went past the 400-run mark and finished on 440/3.
The White Ferns posted a world record 490-4 in a 346-run win the first ODI last Friday (Saturday NZT), then 418 in a 306-run victory in the second ODI on Sunday (Monday NZT).