- BATSMENRB4s6sSRst †Sriharsha b Rendler232021115.00retired hurt553762148.64b Kauser461066.66c & b Patel6410150.00not out10639610271.79c Beckford b Kauser181011180.00not out450080.00Extras17 (lb 1, nb 1, w 15)TOTAL233/4 (20 Overs, RR: 11.65)Fall of wickets: 1-60 (Marina Iqbal, 6.4 ov), 2-65 (Sidra Ameen, 7.5 ov), 3-90 (Iram Javed, 9.2 ov), 3-146* (Ayesha Zafar, retired not out ), 4-209 (Nida Dar, 17.5 ov)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Aliya Riaz b Ayesha Zafar27414065.85c Aliya Riaz b Sumaiya Siddiqi180012.50c Ayesha Zafar b Sumaiya Siddiqi13192068.42c Bismah Maroof b Nida Dar07000.00c †Rabiya Shah b Nida Dar07000.00not out6201030.00Extras2 (w 2)TOTAL49/5 (17 Overs, RR: 2.88)Fall of wickets: 1-7 (EH Rendler, 2.4 ov), 2-24 (S Sriharsha, 6.2 ov), 3-32 (T Marshall, 9.3 ov), 4-35 (C Beckford, 11.2 ov), 5-49 (NT Gruny, 17 ov)
- Ayesha Zafar retired hurt at 146/3 (14 ov)
A boundary from Kyshona Knight off the final ball of a Super Over sealed a thrilling win for West Indies Women against Pakistan Women in Grenada
West Indies Women captain Stafanie Taylor led her team to another series win, with an 11-run victory over Pakistan Women in the second T20I in Grenada
West Indies Women's bowlers, led by the pace pair of Tremayne Smartt and allrounder Deandra Dottin, laid the foundation for the side's eight-wicket win in Grenada by restricting Pakistan Women to 74 for 9, a total the hosts chased down in 16.2 overs.
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West Indies women's captain Stafanie Taylor overwhelmed Pakistan with a powerful performance, making an unbeaten 98 and then taking 3 for 26 to secure a 109-run victory