New Zealand defeat West Indies in Chris Gayle's 100th Test match
First Test, Jamaica (day four):
New Zealand 508-7 dec & 156-8 dec beat West Indies 262 & 216 by 186 runs
Chris Gayle's 100th Test match for West Indies ended in defeat as debutant off spinner Mark Craig took 4-97 to seal New Zealand's win within four days.
West Indies, set an improbable 403 to win, were bowled out for 216 with just two balls remaining in the day.
New Zealand's Mark Craig claimed match figures of 8-188 on his Test debut
Leg-spinner Ish Sodhi claimed 3-42 to help secure victory by 186 runs as Gayle became the eighth West Indian to pass 7,000 Test runs, but fell for 10.
The second Test in the three-match series begins in Trinidad on Monday.
"I'm on top of the world and pretty speechless right now," said Craig.
"There was a lot of turn out there. It was a lot of fun. To get the win was very special.
"This is a dream come true. It surely doesn't get any better than this."
West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin added: "It all went wrong for us in the first innings when three of our top six didn't get a score. We need to spend more time at the crease."