Pakistan women vs West Indies women: Nida Dar's fifty powers hosts to 12-run win in third T20I as Windies clinch series 2-1
Batting first, the home side rattled up a good total of 150 runs and than restricted the West Indies women's team to 138 for eight in the allotted 20 overs at the Southend club.
West Indies women stand-in skipper Merissa Aguilleira calls for return of international cricket to Pakistan
West Indies will play three matches against their Pakistani counterparts on Thursday, Friday and Sunday in Karachi.
Pakistan Women vs Windies Women: Caribbean skipper Merissa Aguilleira hopes for resumption of cricket in Pakistan
"Away from Pakistan, you think differently about the situation here, but when you are here and there is so much going on, you get lost in the cricket," Merissa Aguilleira said.
West Indies women's team to tour Pakistan for T20 matches; captain Stafanie Taylor to miss series due to security concern
However, West Indies will be without skipper Stafanie Taylor who opted out of the series in Pakistan beginning on 31 January, citing security concerns.
Women cricketers put in the hard yards in training. They put their bodies, minds, and soul on the line whenever they are playing. They play hard. And now it is high time to provide them all that is required so that they can play fair.
Highlights ICC Women's World Cup 2017, India vs West Indies, cricket result: Raj and Co win by seven wickets
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Indian women took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series against the West Indies with an emphatic five-wicket win in the second ODI in Mulapudu on Sunday.
Take it as a slap in your face, or swallow it as a bitter pill — the truth is that Australia women's cricket can teach a thing or two to the Indians.
The Windies were also uncharacteristically woeful in the field and Merissa Aguilleira said that her team couldn't execute their plan against Australia.
Raj also said she was nervous when the 21-year-old player from Barbados, Deandra Dottin, was at the crease.