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RESULT
1st ODI (D/N), Gros Islet, October 16, 2015, Pakistan Women tour of West Indies and United States of America
(48.1/50 ov, T:223) 225/4

PAK Women won by 6 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match
90 (131) & 2 catches
javeria-khan
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Javeria 90 lifts Pakistan women to easy win

Javeria Khan's 131-ball 90 guided Pakistan Women to a comfortable six-wicket win against West Indies Women in the first ODI in St Lucia

Pakistan Women 225 for 4 (Javeria 90, Abidi 31, Dottin 2-44) beat West Indies Women 222 for 9 (Aguilleira 67, Cooper 37, Amin 2-33) by six wickets
Scorecard
Javeria Khan's 131-ball 90 guided Pakistan Women to a comfortable six-wicket win against West Indies Women in the first ODI in St Lucia. Chasing 223, Javeria combined with three top-order batsmen to form substantial partnerships, as Pakistan gained a 1-0 series lead.
West Indies got off to a solid start after being asked to bat first, but lost both their openers - Kycia Knight and Hayley Matthews - in quick succession. A 37-run third-wicket stand between captain Stafanie Taylor (27) and Deandra Dottin (19) stabilised the innings, before the hosts lost another clump of wickets as they were quickly reduced to 96 for 5.
However, wicketkeeper Merissa Aguilleira brought West Indies back into the match with a patient 67, and in the company of Britney Cooper, took the score past 150. The hosts managed to score 66 off the last 75 balls to end with 222 for 9. Four Pakistan bowlers contributed with two wickets apiece.
The visitors began the chase smoothly, as Javeria and Marina Iqbal put on a 54-run opening stand in 83 balls before Marina was bowled for 23. However, Javeria stayed firm and put up stands of 49 and 79 for the second and third wickets with Bismah Maroof (21) and Nain Abidi (31) to guide her team closer to the target. Javeria was eventually caught off the bowling of Stacy-Ann King in the 41st over, but Nida Dar and captain Sana Mir sealed the victory with 11 deliveries to spare.

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