DILLON Pennington ended his contribution to England’s ICC Under 19 World Cup campaign with another impressive show in the 32-run win over hosts New Zealand in Queenstown.

The Worcestershire paceman has had a knack of taking early wickets and it continued with a double breakthrough as New Zealand chased a 262 target in 50 overs.

Pennington struck twice in three balls in his third over when he dismissed Jakob Bhula and Rachin Ravindra.

He sent Bhula’s off-stump cartwheeling out of the ground and then had Ravindra caught behind.

Pennington and County team-mate Adam Finch, both academy products, shared the new ball.

The pair were in tandem for the opening 10 overs with Finch bowling an opening spell of 5-0-17-0 in his third appearance in the tournament and Pennington 6-0-21-2 in his fifth game.

They finished with figures of 8-0-36-0 and 10-0-37-2 respectively as New Zealand were bowled out for 229 in 47.1 overs.

England finished seventh in the tournament with Pennington and Finch gaining valuable experience for when they return to Blackfinch New Road.

Somerset’s Tom Banton (112) was player of the match after scoring his maiden under 19 ODI century to take England to 261-7.

In reply, Surrey’s off-spinners Will Jacks (3-31) and Euan Woods (3-34) spun the game back in England’s favour in the last 10 overs.