New Zealand has avoided a series of whitening in a dominant manner with a 34-0 defeat over England in the third and final test at Elland Road on Leeds Sunday (Monday morning at AEDT).
Codes were everywhere for Kivi to help move half to 18-0 goals in half and one-way traffic continued at second with a record crowd of 32,186 excluded in most of the competition.
Despite the conclusion of the series in the second test, Kiwis's attitude was on the song that was opened on Memorial Day, and with England, which had three banned attempts, New Zealand's leadership was never threatened.
The early attack began in the fourth minute, with the delay of Jareda Waerea-Hargreaves, who pushed for England's defense Ken Maumalo to enter Jake Connor and Jonny Lomax on the line.
England was denied the chance to return through the Golden Boot winner Tommy Makinson with John Bateman decided that he was holding back Kevin Proctor under the leadership.
In three minutes, New Zealand tried its game three months after Jamayne Isaac became a leg up on the line trial.
The third banned test, this time in England, continued the game to get closer to the games, but the stone stopped a disorientated period with Nicorim to determine the time that Isaac Liu was missing in order to approach the accident.
Kivis was locked in the first half when Nikorim moved from the middle of Chris Hill Beach to connect with Shaun Johnson for a good 18-point break.
Any thoughts on the return were cleared early from the Kiwis with Nicorim over the field kick for Maumalo to withdraw from Jermaine McGillvary for his second attempt in the afternoon.
Kiwi coach Michael Maguire said that the party has been formed to achieve a comprehensive performance.
"I feel that players are able to do such things," Maguire said.
"The way they came together could see it grow. It's a little shame, I think, for the first time, I've been in this position when we suddenly ended up.
"You want to keep going that way when we have a momentum."
England lost to Jake Connor with the head knock in the process of combining the unsatisfactory end of the series, despite retaining Baskerville Shield.
The bad discipline of New Zealand has been a weakness in this series, and it continued, despite the last result of Waerea-Hargreaves, who was reversed in the second half of the repeat offense.
England was adjacently cut to 12 by McGillvary binned on a professional pesky and the Kiwis pounced with two more attempts.
Jesse Bromwich overcame a strong return to the international game with an attempt under the sticks before Joseph Tapin crashed over the line in almost the same way.
Kiwis debutant Isaiah Papali entered the field at 68 in the afternoon to remember when Warriors forward transform Tapine's trial moments before the siren.
The crowd found their votes were delayed by the end of the 2018 season, but the result ultimately stops England's recent luck against kiwi.
"I was not satisfied with the performance, but took what was happening there and I realized that it is better than most, so it can go from there," England coach Wayne Bennett said after the match.
"You never see a race like this, but it's happening. We tried several times to try the route and were not considered attempts, so it just works for some years.
"We have to maintain the prospect that we had two great games and great football, so we won the series."
Both sides were part of the vertebrate Memory of the day service before the game ceremony and came together in arm-in-arm during the ode and silence of the minute to eliminate the series that produced the entire international game.
Nicorim was named the match player while McIntosh added George Smith's medal to the series player in his golden boot triumph.