Windies Women A beat Pakistan 3- 2 in ODI series

Deandra Dottin of West Indies in action against Australia during a ICC Women's World Twenty20 2009 Group A match in 2009.
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West Indies Women A team swept the five-match One-Day International series against Pakistan, winning three and losing two in the process in Antigua last week.
The women had some bright spots with the bat but it was not enough to stop Pakistan A in the final match as they slumped to a 22-run defeat under the Duckworth/Lewis-Stern of the series.
Chasing a revised target of 194 after Pakistan A Women compiled 190 for eight in a contest reduced to 34 overs per side, the Windies team was dismissed for 171, to end the series on a low note with defeats in their last two matches.
West Indies’ Britney Cooper catches out England’s Fran Wilson during their Women’s T20 World Cup cricket match in Sydney, Sunday, March 1, 2020.  Associated Press/Rick Rycroft, file

Britney Cooper top scored with a fluent 40 off 53 balls while all-arounder Deandra Dottin struck a breezy 37 off 47 balls and Kyshona Knight made 28.

However, medium pace bowler Fatima Sana removed both to trigger a West Indies collapse, as the home side crashed from 120 for three at the halfway stage, losing their last seven wickets for 51 runs.
Sana ended the match with five wickets.

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