West Indian Deandra Dottin is a player who has made herself synonymous with power hitting and big sixes, and her runs helped her side reach the final of the Women's World Cup for the first time in February.
They were comprehensively beaten by Australia, but Dottin then played important knocks during One-Day and Twenty20 International series wins in Sri Lanka. Now, she is hoping to add more consistency to her game to become an even better player.
West Indies Women might have been comprehensively beaten in the World Cup final five days ago but they put that disappointment behind them with a four-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the first One-Day International in Dambulla.
They were tested at times by Sri Lanka, who finished the World Cup in fifth, but eventually proved too strong for their ever-improving opponents.
There has been little to separate South Africa and West Indies Women so far on the former's tour of the Caribbean, and that was a trend that continued for much of today's opening Twenty20 International until Deandra Dottin launched a late onslaught.
The 21 year-old from Barbados, in her 50th T20 International, hit three sixes during her knock of 48, which spanned 30 balls, and eventually helped her side home with 10 balls and eight wickets to spare.
West Indies Women won a last-ball thriller in Arundel to deny England Women a clean sweep of the five-match Twenty20 International series. The tourists had looked to have the edge in the 17th over at 123 for four, needing just 17 to win, but Holly Colvin ended Deandra Dottin's excellent innings at 62 off 34 balls.
West Indies Women claimed a 2-1 series victory over India Women after a last-ditch three-wicket victory in the third and final One-Day International in Saint Kitts.
After India posted 180 for seven, Deandra Dottin's 63 helped the West Indies close on 181 for seven with three balls to spare.