Australia v New Zealand: David Warner century helps hosts to win ODI series
|Second one-day international|
|Australia 378-5 (50 overs): Warner 119, M Marsh 76, Smith 72, Southee 2-63|
|New Zealand 262 (47.2 overs): Williamson 81, Neesham 74, Cumins 4-41|
|Australia won by 116 runs|
Opener David Warner struck a sixth one-day international century of the year as Australia beat New Zealand by 116 runs to clinch the series in Canberra.
Warner hit 119 off 115 balls with 14 fours and a six, while Mitchell Marsh contributed 76 as the hosts made 378-5 from their 50 overs.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson top scored in the chase with 81, but Pat Cummins's 4-41 helped Australia win.
Number one ranked Australia lead the three-match series 2-0.
Only Indians Sachin Tendulkar (nine in 1998) and Sourav Ganguly (seven in 2000) have hit more one-day international hundreds in one year than Warner.
"It's the format that I perhaps thought wasn't my greatest but this year's been fantastic and I've got to keep going as well as I can," said Warner.