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May 9, 2012
West Indies Women 92 for 5 (Dottin 52*, Seneviratna 3-18) in 18.2 overs v Sri Lanka Women
West Indies Women sealed the five-match Twenty20 series against Sri Lanka Women 3-1 after rain washed out the fifth and final T20 in Trinidad with just 18.2 overs of play possible.
West Indies won the toss and chose to bat, but started poorly, losing opener Juliana Nero with just 14 runs on the board. Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin steadied the innings with a 30-run partnership before Taylor was dismissed. West Indies lost a further two wickets and looked in trouble at 53 for 4. Dottin, however, held firm, hitting four fours and a six to reach her half-century and carry West Indies to 92 for 5, before rain intervened.
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