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.
West Indies Women captain Merissa Aguilleira battled through the pain to guide her side to a hard-fought victory in the third Twenty20 international against India Women in Roseau.
The 26 year-old wicket-keeper had to receive treatment for an injury to her right hamstring during her innings and said after the match, "I had to fight really hard today. I had to be brave. I had to fight the pain."
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 Cricket Board (WICB) has confirmed that the third Test between the West Indies and Australia has been moved from Guyana to Dominica.
The match will still take place from 23rd to 27th April and the change in venue comes against the backdrop of the Guyanese government trying to take over the management and governance of cricket in Guyana.
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.
Manoj Tiwary and Kieron Pollard both scored their maiden One-Day International centuries before India won the fifth and final game in Chennai by 34 runs.
Tiwary stroked 104 as India posted 267 for six but Pollard's 119 ensured India were pushed hard before they eventually sealed a 4-1 series win.
Virender Sehwag thumped 25 fours and seven sixes as he set a new world-record score of 219 off just 149 balls in the fourth One-Day International against the West Indies in Indore.
India racked up a national record total of 418 for five - the fourth time they have passed 400 - to set up a 153-run win that handed them an unassailable 3-1 series lead after the West Indies were bowled out for 265 in reply.
Indian batsman Virat Kohli has been given a reprimand for breaching the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct after pleading guilty to a level one offence.
He was charged with showing dissent at an umpire's decision and pleaded guilty to the charge after his side's 16-run defeat to the West Indies in the third One-Day International in Ahmedabad.
The West Indies smashed 93 runs in the final seven overs of their innings and Ravi Rampaul then took four wickets to condemn India to a 16-run defeat in the third One-Day International in Ahmedabad.
Darren Sammy and Andre Russell combined in belligerent fashion to haul the tourists up to a score of 260 for five after Marlon Samuels had also made 58 before India were bowled out for 244 in reply.
A 163-run partnership for the fourth between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma drove India to a five-wicket victory over the West Indies in the second One-Day International in Visakhapatnam.
Kohli's majestic 117 and Sharma's fluent unbeaten 90 put India 2-0 up in the five-match series after they allowed the West Indies to post 269 for nine as Ravi Rampaul hit a blistering half-century from number ten in the order.
Indian swing bowler Praveen Kumar has been ruled out of the entire One-Day International series against the West Indies and the Test series in Australia.
He was originally sidelined for the first three ODIs against the West Indies with a chest problem but further scans have diagnosed a fractured rib.
India left it to their last-wicket pair of Umesh Yadav and Varun Aaron to scramble a one-wicket victory over the West Indies in the first One-Day International in Cuttack.
Defending 211 for nine, the West Indies looked to be on the cusp of an unlikely win when Rohit Sharma was dismissed for 72 and Ranganath Vinay Kumar for 18 needing ten runs to win but Aaron and Yadav held their nerve to put India 1-0 up in the series.
Indian swing bowler Praveen Kumar has been ruled of the first three One-Day Internationals against the West Indies in Cuttack, Visakhapatnam and Ahmedabad with a chest injury.
Kumar had returned to the squad having missed the Test series, which India won 2-0, but he now has been replaced by Abhimanyu Mithun.
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.
The third and final Test between India and the West Indies was sensationally drawn with the scores level after India were left with one wicket remaining following an extraordinary final day.
17 wickets fell as the West Indies were bowled out for 134 in their second innings to set India 243 to win. They then closed on 242 for nine as wickets continued to tumble throughout the final session.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar have been rested for the first three One-Day Internationals against the West Indies.
With Dhoni absent from the matches in Cuttack, Visakhapatnam and Ahmedabad, Virender Sehwag will captain the side with Parthiv Patel taking over the gloves.
Indian batsmen Sachin Tendulkar fell just six runs short of a 100th international century early on day four of the third and final Test against the West Indies in Mumbai.
With his side on 322 for four having lost VVS Laxman for 32, Tendulkar edged Ravi Rampaul to Darren Sammy at slip and left the field much to the disappointment of the huge crowd at the Wankhede Stadium.
West Indies and South Africa maintained its unbeaten runs in the ICC Womenâ€™s World Cup Qualifier 2011 (WWCQ) in Dhaka as the sides won both of its final rounds of group matches at the tournament.
By virtue of topping its groups the two sides have now qualified for the ICC Womenâ€™s World Cup 2013 and have also retained its ODI statuses.
Mumbai batsman Rohit Sharma has replaced Yuvraj Singh for India's third and final Test against the West Indies, which gets underway in Mumbai on 22nd November.
Despite India winning both matches in the series in Delhi and Kolkata, Yuvraj has struggled, with scores of 23, 18 and 25 to show for his efforts.