Former Blackcaps batsman Jesse Ryder has pleaded guilty to drink driving.
The 35-year-old was pulled over on Taradale Road in Napier last month, blowing more than three times the legal limit.
Ryder recorded a breath-alcohol reading of 873 micrograms per litre of breath - the legal limit is 250mcg.
Ryder appeared in Napier District Court on Wednesday to plead guilty to the charge.
He was handed a nine-month supervision, and ordered by the presiding judge to undertake drug and alcohol counselling.
Ryder played 18 tests, 48 one-day Internationals and 22 T20's for New Zealand between 2008-14.
His last national appearance was in January 2014, which came days before off-field incidents saw him dropped from Blackcaps consideration.
Ryder has a handy test average of 40.93 runs, including three centuries, with a top score of 201.
Ryder also scored three ODI hundreds, averaging 33.21, with a top score of 107.