Hannah Blake scored three and laid on another as New Zealand went out of Jordan 2016 on a high with a convincing win over the hosts. Only pride was at stake in this match, with both sides already eliminated, and it was the Junior Football Ferns who emerged with the bragging rights thanks to an accomplished performance and thoroughly deserved victory.

Blake was the star of the show and made her mark on the game after just five minutes by creating the opening goal. Positive and pacey, the New Zealand No7 burst down the left and measured a perfect low cross for Sam Tawharu, who swept a first-time left-foot shot beyond the helpless Rand Albustanji.

Gareth Turnbull's side never looked back from that point and, after being kept out by a couple of alert saves from Albustanji, they doubled their lead on 28 minutes. The same two players were involved but this time roles were reversed, with Tawharu lofting an excellent volleyed pass over the top of the Jordan defence and Blake racing through, cushioning the ball on her head and clipping a delicate left-foot shot past the advancing Albustanji.

The Jordan defence remained vulnerable to Blake's speed and movement and with 14 minutes remaining she added her second, coolly volleying home from close range after Claudia Bunge's cross had been inadvertently flicked into her path by the hosts' captain Luna Sahloul.

Robbie Johnson and his Jordanian players were simply hoping for the final whistle by this stage but there was still time for salt to be applied to their wounds as the Kiwis added two late goals. The first came when Tawharu completed her brace in the last minute of the 90 with a powerful shot from the edge of the box and, two minutes later, Blake had her hat-trick when she again snuck in at the back post to convert a deep Bunge cross.

Live Your Goals Player of the Match: Hannah Blake (NZL)