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Suzie Bates and Sophie Devine helped New Zealand get off to a strong start in the third One-Day International in Hamilton before rain forced another washout after 26.5 overs.
As a result, New Zealand won the series 1-0 after winning the first ODI in Wellington and having the second ODI rained out.
New Zealand scored 123 runs thanks to fast starts by openers Bates and Devine.
Devine raced to a 39-ball 42 that included four fours, while Bates finished with an 80-ball 51 that included no boundaries.
Salma Khatun struck in the 16th over to dismiss Devine, and Ritu Moni struck in the 26th to dismiss Bates.
Amelia Kerr and Maddy Green were batting together when rain intervened at 3.45 pm local time and caused a delay. The rain persisted and eventually led to the match being called off at 7.26 pm local time.
After the two washouts, New Zealand are third on the ICC Women's Championship table with three wins from six games and Bangladesh are third from the bottom.