The record was previously held by Australian legend Belinda Clark, who made 229no against Denmark in Mumbai in 1997. 

The 17-year-old finished with two fours and a six as New Zealand racked up 440-3.

In her previous 19 ODIs, she had amassed just 174 runs. 

It was the third consecutive score of 400 or more for the side and finished their three-match series with Ireland which also saw another World Record broken as New Zealand posted a world record 4-490 last Friday.

Kerr capped off one of the greatest individual performance in ODI history by taking 5-17 with the ball.

But what do you do to recover after a performance like this?