West Indies Women 112-9 (Taylor 58, Siriwardene 3-20) beat
Sri Lanka Women 84 (Mohammed 4-8, Daley 3-13) by 28 runs
Third Twenty20 International, Cayon
Stafanie Taylor scored her third half-century of the series before Anisa Mohammed and Shanel Daley shared seven wickets to help the West Indies Women beat Sri Lanka Women by 28 runs in the third and final One-Day International in Cayon.
The West Indians defended 112 for nine by dismissing Sri Lanka for 84 with Mohammed returning figures of four for eight.
Taylor held West Indies' innings together with a score of 58 in 50 balls which included six fours and a six and while she was supported by Juliana Nero's 25, they lost wickets regularly as no other played could reach double figues.
Shasikala Siriwardene (3-20) and Sripali Weerakkody (3-31) did most of the damage but not enough to prevent the home side posting a winning score.
Shanel Daley continued her good recent form with a return of three for 13 which reduced the Sri Lankans to 56 for five before Mohammed finished things off with a 20-ball burst that prevented a fightback.
Deandra Dottin was the other bowler to pick up a wicket as Chamari Jayangana top scored with 27.
Mohammed continued her superb recent form with
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