- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Farrant2770028.57st †Jones b Macleod921320042.85run out (Lakhtaria)512101041.66st †Jones b Morris2132380065.62b Morris1517111088.23b Morris4750057.14not out1012210083.33b Farrant28121213233.33b Farrant011000.00Extras11 (b 2, lb 3, w 6)TOTAL105/8 (20 Overs, RR: 5.25)Fall of wickets: 1-7 (Marina Iqbal), 2-14 (Sana Mir), 3-29 (Nahida Khan), 4-50 (Asmavia Iqbal), 5-56 (Nida Dar), 6-67 (Javeria Khan), 7-105 (Nain Abidi), 8-105 (Qanita Jalil, 20 ov)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRst †Rabiya Shah b Sadia Yousuf20191910105.26b Sana Mir551310100.00st †Rabiya Shah b Sadia Yousuf1719301089.47b Sana Mir044000.00st †Rabiya Shah b Bismah Maroof2628311092.85not out2328341082.14c Nain Abidi b Sana Mir712100058.33run out (Nain Abidi)3490075.00not out00200-Extras6 (w 6)TOTAL107/7 (19.5 Overs, RR: 5.39)Fall of wickets: 1-23 (GM Hennessy), 2-32 (AE Jones), 3-33 (E MacGregor), 4-61 (AJ Macleod), 5-78 (JJ Watson), 6-89 (HEM Phelps), 7-101 (NE Farrant)
Driven by an unbeaten half-century by Kycia Knight, West Indies Women chased down 99 by a relatively comfortable margin against Pakistan Women, to take the one-off Twenty20 in Loughborough
Danni Wyatt top scored for England Women as completed a second comfortable victory over Pakistan in as many days with an 81-run win at Loughborough.
England Women extended their unbeaten run in T20s to 16 matches with a comfortable seven-wicket win over Pakistan at Loughborough after reducing the visitors to 87 for 7.