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September 7, 2011
West Indies women 66 for 6 (King 32*) beat Pakistan women 65 (Mohammed 4-9) by four wickets
Offspinner Anisa Mohammed carried her fine form from the ODI series into the Twenty20 format as she helped set up a comfortable four-wicket win for West Indies in the second T20 game in St Andrew's.
Pakistan elected to bat, but started poorly losing openers Javeria Khan and Nida Dar - both to Pearl Etienne - with just 10 runs on the board. They never recovered from the poor start and lost their remaining eight wickets for just 55 runs. Mohammed ran through the middle and lower order, picking up four wickets, as Pakistan was routed for 65 in just under 19 overs.
West Indies' chase started poorly as their openers too departed early with the score on just three. Merissa Aguilleira (11) and Deandra Dottin (10) steadied the innings, and Stacy-Ann King, who top scored with an unbeaten 32, stayed firm to carry her side to victory.
West Indies lead the four-match series 2-0. The next game will be played at Providence on September 10.
© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
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