West Indies Women ‘A’ suffer 3-0 whitewash

West Indies players celebrate the dismissal of Pakistan Javeira Khan during the second Twenty20 in Karachi, Pakistan, Friday, Feb. 1, 2019. West Indies women team won the first match against Pakistan to lead in the three-match series.
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West Indies Women “A” slumped to an eighth-wicket defeat and a 3-0 whitewash at the hands of Pakistan Women “A” in their Twenty20 series in the final match at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground recently.
The home side could only muster a paltry 99 for six off their 20 overs with Captain Reniece Boyce stroking an unbeaten 42 off 44 deliveries at the top of the order.
Pakistan’s Ayesha Zafar plays a shot against England during the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup match at Grace Road, Leicester, England Tuesday June 27, 2017.  Mike Egerton/PA via AP, File

In reply, Pakistan Women “A” strolled to their target with eight deliveries to spare, with in-form opener Ayesha Zafar hitting an unbeaten 53 to headline the run chase.

West Indies Women “A” lost the opening Twenty20 a week before going down by 114 runs a few days after. Pakistan made 100 for two off 18.4 overs.

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