Stafanie Taylor hit 75 in 46 balls and Shanel Daley then returned five for 15 as West Indies Women thumped Sri Lanka by 34 runs in the third Twenty20 International in Colombo.
Taylor's innings helped the tourists reach an imposing 145 for six and Daley's career-best effort saw Sri Lanka dismissed for 111 in the final over, handing West Indies an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
West Indies Women broke a host of records, Stafanie Taylor with a number of them by scoring 171, as they crushed Sri Lanka Women by 209 runs in their second World Cup match in Mumbai.
Faced with a must-win situation after they were well beaten by India in their opener, they responded perfectly, piling up 368 for eight and then dismissing Sri Lanka for 159.
An inspired performance by Stafanie Taylor drove the West Indies Women to a 22-run victory over South Africa Women in the fifth and final One-Day International in Dominica.
Taylor's 76 helped the West Indies post 177 for eight and by bowling out South Africa for 155, they successfully levelled the series having been 2-0 down with three games remaining.
Stafanie Taylor took four wickets and scored a half-century to launch the West Indies Women to an eight-wicket win over South Africa Women in the third One-Day International in Dominica.
She returned four for 22 as South Africa were bowled out for 120 and then top scored with 71 as the West Indies took their first win of the series.
West Indies Women and South Africa Women have both named their squads for the five-match One-Day International series between the two sides, which begins in St Kitts on 7th January.
West Indies will again be led by Merissa Aguilleira and include ICC Women's ODI Player of the Year, Stafanie Taylor, as their vice-captain.
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Stafanie Taylor scored a half-century and then took three wickets as the West Indies Women beat Sri Lanka Women by seven runs in the second Twenty20 International in Barbados.
Taylor's 62 set up the home team's score of 129 for four and she then took three for 23 as Sri Lanka closed on 122 for nine in reply, and a 2-0 series deficit with three matches to play.
Shanel Daley, Merissa Aguillera and Stafanie Taylor all scored half-centuries to set the West Indies Women on course for an 88-run over Sri Lanka Women in the first One-Day International.
The home team scored 228 for six before Anisa Mohammed took five for 34 to dismiss Sri Lanka for 140 in reply.
Stafanie Taylor top scored with 75 to set up a series-levelling 42-run win for the West Indies Women over India Women in the second One-Day International in Saint Kitts.
The home side closed on 204 for six before a brace of wickets apiece for Shemaine Campbelle, Anisa Mohammed and Shakera Shelman restricted India to 162 for nine in reply.
ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year Stafanie Taylor produced a measured innings of 37 not out from 58 balls to guide West Indies Women to a series win with one match still to play against India Women in Dominica.
Stafanie Taylor with the bat and Anisa Mohammed with the ball were the chief architects of West Indies Women's eight-wicket victory over India Women in the first Twenty20 International in Antigua.
Mohammed took three for 20 to restrict India to 101 for eight before Taylor hit 54 not out in 52 as the West Indies reached their target with four overs to spare.
The West Indies Women will play Indian Women in a series of eight internationals between 18th February and 4th March.
Merissa Aguillera and Stafanie Taylor have been retained as captain and vice-captain for the three One-Day Internationals and five Twenty20 Internationals.
West Indies were crowned as champions of the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier 2011, after defeating Pakistan by 130 runs. By virtue of winning the tournament, West Indies has risen in the Reliance ICC Womenâ€™s ODI Team Rankings - West Indies now sits fifth in the world while Pakistan has risen from eighth to now occupy sixth place.
ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year, West Indies' Stafanie Taylor was named Player of the Tournament. Taylor was the highest run-scorer in the tournament after the 20-year-old from Jamaica amassed 325 runs at an average of 81.25, she also claimed 10 wickets at an average of 9.30.
Ahead of the 11-day qualifying tournament in Bangladesh, all ten captains of the competing teams pose with the Women's World Cup.
From left to right they are: Stafanie Taylor (West Indies), Ema Kuribayashi (Japan), Doris Francis (USA), Mignon du Preez (South Africa), Salma Khutan (Bangladesh), Sana Mir (Pakistan), Dilani Manodara (Sri Lanka), Isobel Joyce (Ireland), Helmien Rambaldo (Netherlands), Sharne Meyers (Zimbabwe).