The England team end their summer in a great way as they defeated New Zealand by 203 runs in the final ODI.
England, who have already won the series, batted first after being sent in by Sophie Devine.
Both teams had a few changes in order to manage the workload.
While England openers had their moments, New Zealand had dropped four catches and found themselves in a bit of a worry as the opening stand went close to 100.
Winfield-Hill got out for 43. She missed yet another chance of converting her starts to a big score. Heather Knight followed her as she was dismissed for a duck.
While Tammy Beaumont continued on one side, she had different partners. First, it was Nat Sciver who made 39 followed by Amy Jones.
Beaumont got to her ton and got out within minutes after that. However, the lower order was just too strong today as they took the team to 347 in their fifty overs.
In return, New Zealand had a bizarre start with Suzie Bates falling for just six.
Down and Green had a good partnership but they got out after getting a start. After their dismissal, the team had literally nothing as England bowlers ran through the batting order.
The team finally got out for just 144 with Kate Cross and Heather Knight picking three wickets each.