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Drumm shared an unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 35 with Haidee Tiffen as New Zealand cruised to its victory target of 112 with 19 overs to spare.
But the match was virtually over as a contest at half-way with England bowled out for a meagre 111 a number superstitious English cricketers believe is unlucky.
It said something for the poor performance of England's top order that their final total was a minor triumph after a collapse saw the innings subside to 66 for eight.
Only a ninth wicket partnership of 35 between Isa Guha and Laura Spragg took England past three figures. AFP
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