Cricket: White Ferns lose nail-biting final T20 international against England by four wickets

New Zealand's White Ferns have lost a nail-biting series-deciding T20 international against England.

England won game three by four wickets after Sophie Dunkley hit an Amy Satterthwaite full toss to the square leg boundary on the penultimate ball.

Chasing 145 for a 2-1 series win, England recovered from 42/3 in the seventh over, with captain Heather Knight hitting an innings anchoring 42 (36),  supported by Danni Wyatt (35) and Amy Jones (32).

Leg-spinner Leigh Kasperek took 3/25, while there was a wicket apiece for Satterthwaite, Jess Kerr and Sophie Devine.

The White Ferns earlier made 144/4 with Devine (35), Suzie Bates (34) and Brooke Halliday (25) the main contributors, with New Zealand scoring 50 from their final four overs to set a challenging target.

The two sides will now play five ODI's with the first in Bristol next Friday.