The West Indies Cricket Board has confirmed the schedule for Pakistan Women's tour later this year which will see the two sides compete in four One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals.
Any notions of a heroic heist were quickly dispelled in the first hour of day four as West Indies lost quick wickets, eventually succumbing to a 277-run defeat chasing 392 in the second Test at Kingston, Jamaica to hand Australia the series by a 2-0 margin.
Michael Clarke sprung a surprise declaration late in the day with Australia ahead by 390 runs after a brave knock in the morning by Jason Holder helped prevent West Indies following on in Jamaica on day three of the second Test.
Legendary West Indian pace-bowler, Sir Wesley Hall, was inducted into the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame on Thursday, becoming the 18th cricketer from the Caribbean to feature in the celebrated list.
Steve Smith showed more audacious signs of his talent raking up yet another century as Australia recovered from a bad start to press forward to 258 for four on day one of the second Test against West Indies at the Sabina Park.
West Indies imploded after a 144-run fourth wicket stand to lose their last seven wickets for 35 runs setting Australia a puny fourth innings target of 47 which the visitors knocked out quickly in an early end to the first Test in Dominica on day three to retain the Frank Worrell Trophy.
Adam Voges broke the record for the highest score by a 35-plus debutant to manage an unlikely 170-run lead for Australia in the first innings before the bowlers dented into the West Indian top order by stumps on day two of the First Test in Dominica.
Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood picked three wickets each to demolish the West Indian batting restricting them to 148 before Australia lost three wickets still trailing by 63 on an eventful day one of the first Test in Dominica.