Sri Lanka Women 198 (Jayangani 38, Lavine 4-17) beat
West Indies Women 160 (Taylor 36, de Alwis 3-33) by 38 runs
Second One-Day International, St Paul's
Sri Lanka hit back to tie the series 1-1 with a 38-run win in the second and final One-Day International against the West Indies Women in St Paul's.
After Sri Lanka were bowled out for 198, the West Indies were dismissed for 160, unable to build on their two-wicket win in the opening match.
Chamari Jayangani top scored for Sri Lanka with 38 while Chamani Seneviratne (33) and Shashikala Siriwardene (20) also made contributions as Pamela Lavine returned four for 17.
All-rounder Suwini de Alwis then took three for 33 to put the West Indies under pressure and despite Stafanie Taylor's 36, they were bowled out in 47.3 overs.
The two sides will now play three Twenty20 Internationals ahead of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 which begins on 2nd May.
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