and she's bowled! Heather Knight tempted Campbelle into taking another swing and the ball hits the stumps on the leg side.
So there we have it. Another comprehensive win by England, who claim victory by 121 runs on DLS and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in this three-match series.
West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor was buoyed by her team's improved performance with the ball. "Very pleased to see how the bowlers actually bowled today. For us to come out and bowl the way we did a the English was really good. I'm always impressed with Afy [Fletcher], she's special. We love every minute when we give her the ball, she's always delivering, she's that kind of player."
England counterpart Heather Knight was pleased with Player of the Match, Anya Shrubsole. "We had that rain delay in the middle and we did lose a cluster of wickets after that which wasn't an ideal situation but we knew we could bat all the way down. Really pleased to see Anya biffing it a little bit at the end because she's shown glimpses of what she can do and she's really developing as a batter. Also young Sophie Ecclestone as well, she's got a habit of hitting sixes at the moment so it was nice to set a good total that was defendable at the end."
That's it from us today. Thanks for your company. Please join us again on Thursday for the big highlights from the third and final game of the series.
a straight drive from Campbelle for her second consecutive four.
smacked onto the leg side.