Pakistan Take Eight-Wicket Win Over West Indies
Pakistan Women 106-2 (Sajjida Shah 51no) beat
West Indies Women 105-8 (Jack 46, Sana Mir 3-17) by eight wickets
ICC Women's World Twenty20 warm-up, Molyneaux
Sajjida Shah led Pakistan Women to a commanding eight-wicket win over the West Indies Women with an unbeaten half-century in Molyneaux.
Shah was not out on 51 as Pakistan reached 106 for two in the 17th over in reply to the West Indies' score of 105 for eight.
Cordel Jack top scored with 46 for the home side, who were kept in check by Sultana Yousuf and Sana Mir, who both returned three wickets.
Shah, who had earlier run out Britney Cooper from the third ball of the match, then hit five fours in her 54-ball innings that guided Pakistan to a deserved win.
Fellow opener Nain Abidi (20) and Bismah Maroof (14) lost their wickets but Mir accompanied Shah over the finishing line with an unbeaten six.
Deandra Dottin and Shanel Daley took a wicket apiece for the West Indies.
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