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Pakistan Women Take Victory By 8 Wickets Over West Indies Women

ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup

Match 6: vs Pakistan Women

Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton

Result: Pakistan Women won by 8 wickets

Scoreboardhttps://www.windiescricket.com/matches/206619/#scorecard

HAMILTON, New Zealand– Pakistan Women defeated West Indies Women by 8 wickets in a rain-reduced match of their group stage encounter of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, at Seddon Park.

In a match reduced to twenty over per side, Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl first. West Indies Women posted 89/7 from 20 overs. Deandra Dottin top-scored with 27 off 35 deliveries which included five fours. Stafanie Taylor was next best with 18 off 31 balls. Afy Fletcher 12 off 7 and Aaliyah Alleyne 9 off 16 shared in a 26-run partnership to remain not out at the end of the West Indies innings. Nida Dar was the pick of the Pakistan bowlers, finishing with 4/10, followed by Omaima Sohail with 1/12.

Muneeba Ali top-scored for Pakistan in their run-chase, with 37 off 43 deliveries followed by Omaima Sohail with 22 not out from 27 deliveries. Shakera Selman took 1/16 followed by Afy Fletcher with 1/23 in the West Indies bowling effort.

West Indies Women’s Assistant Coach, Corey Collymore said, “I think we’ve been struggling all tournament and it’s finally caught up with us, we didn’t bat well enough today. We haven’t had consistent performances from our batters, we’ve only had one player for each game getting scores. The reduced overs shouldn’t have mattered, we needed to put a score on the board and pressure the opposition. I don’t think we soaked the pressure up enough with the bat nor ball. We have one more game to go, we’ll sit and have a discussion. We’ll go into it with a positive mindset looking to win the game.”

West Indies Women will travel to Wellington where they will take on South Africa in their final group stage match at Basin Reserve on March 24, 11:00am (March 23, 6:00pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time).

Full post-match media conference here

Tournament points standing here

FULL SQUAD

  • Stafanie Taylor (Captain)
  • Anisa Mohammed (Vice Captain)
  • Aaliyah Alleyne
  • Shemaine Campbelle
  • Shamilia Connell
  • Deandra Dottin
  • Afy Fletcher
  • Cherry Ann Fraser
  • Chinelle Henry
  • Kycia Knight
  • Hayley Matthews
  • Chedean Nation
  • Karishma Ramharack
  • Shakera Selman
  • Rashada Williams

Travelling Reserves

  • Kaysia Schultz
  • Mandy Mangru
  • Jannillea Glasgow

West Indies Women ICC Cricket World Cup Match Schedule

** Date and time in brackets, indicate match times for Caribbean fans due to 17-hour time difference between New Zealand and Caribbean

  • February 27: Warm-up Match 1 vs Australia at Lincoln Green, Lincoln, 11am (February 26, 6pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time)
  • March 1: Warm-up Match 2 vs India at Rangiora Oval, Rangiora, 11am (February 28, 6pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time)
  • March 4: vs New Zealand at Bay Oval, Tauranga, 2pm (March 3, 9pm Eastern Caribbean Time/ 8pm Jamaica Time)- West Indies Women won by 3 runs
  • March 9: vs England at University Oval, Dunedin, 11am (March 8, 6pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time)- West Indies Women won by 7 runs
  • March 12: vs India at Seddon Park, Hamilton, 2pm (March 11, 9pm Eastern Caribbean Time/ 8pm Jamaica Time)- India won by 155 runs
  • March 15: vs Australia at Basin Reserve, Wellington, 11am (March 14, 6pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time)- Australia won by 7 wickets
  • March 18: vs Bangladesh at Bay Oval, Tauranga, 11am (March 17, 6pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time)- West Indies Women won by 4 runs
  • March 21: vs Pakistan at Seddon Park, Hamilton, 2pm (March 20, 9pm Eastern Caribbean Time/ 8pm Jamaica Time)- Pakistan won by 8 wickets
  • March 24: vs South Africa at Basin Reserve, Wellington, 11am (March 23, 6pm Eastern Caribbean Time/5pm Jamaica Time)
  • March 30: Semi-final 1 at Basin Reserve, Wellington
  • March 31: Semi-final 2 at Hagley Oval, Christchurch
  • April 3: Final at Hagley Oval, Christchurch

-CWI

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