West Indies Make It Two Wins From Two

West Indies Women beat Bangladesh
West Indies Women made it two wins from two by beating Bangladesh in Sylhet
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West Indies Women 115 (Dottin 34) beat
Bangladesh Women 79 (Quintyne 3-5) by 36 runs
ICC Women's World Twenty20 Group B, Sylhet

The West Indies swept hosts Bangladesh aside to take their second win at the ICC Women's World Twenty20, running out victors by 36 runs.

Bangladesh performed creditably with the ball to dismiss the West Indies for 115, only to be dismissed themselves for 79.

Deandra Dottin top scored for the West Indies with 34 while spinner Shaquana Quintyne took three wickets to end Bangladesh's innings in 17.3 overs.

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Bangladesh made good early progress with the ball as Salma Khatun removed Kycia Knight without scoring and both Quintyne and Kyshona Knight fell to Fahima Khatun for 11 to leave the West Indies at 33 for three.

Merissa Aguilleira (6) was caught by Panna Ghosh off Rumana Ahmed before Dottin and Stacy-Ann King combined to revive the innings.

Dottin hit three fours and a six during her run-a-ball 34 while King scored 20 in 13 balls with two fours and a six.

And the West Indies eventually powered past the 100-run mark with Mohammed adding a quickfire 15 in 14 balls at the death.

Khadija Tul Kubra emerged as the pick of the bowlers, removing Dottin, King and Shakera Selman (1) to claim three for 24 while Salma took two for 11 and Fahima two for 27.

For Bangladesh, chasing 116 was always going to be a tricky proposition given that their highest Twenty20 score is 113 and they have only passed 100 on four occasions.

Against the West Indies' experienced attack, particularly the spinners, they came up short with Rumana (26), Salma (17) and Ayasha Rahman (10) were the only players to reach double figures.

Leg-spinner Quintyne struck early and was almost unplayable, bowling Rahman, trapping Farzana Haque in front for two and having Rumana caught by Tremayne Smartt.

Mohammed trapped Salma and Nuzhat Talhi (6) leg before and Smartt also picked up a brace of wickets by seeing off Lata Mondal (3) and Ghosh (1), both caught by Mohammed.

Selman ran out Sanjida Islam for eight and Fahima for one before bringing the match to a close by bowling Tul Kobra for a golden duck.

The West Indies sit atop Group B after an earlier win over England by nine runs and next play Sri Lanak on Friday (28th March).

Bangladesh play England on the same day.

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Group A: Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa Group B: Bangladesh, England, India, Sri Lanka, West Indies Fixtures & Results
23rd March: Australia v New Zealand
New Zealand Women 128-8 (Perkins 31) beat
Australia Women 121 (Blackwell 31) by 7 runs
23rd March: Pakistan v South Africa
South Africa Women 163-0 (van Niekerk 90no) beat
Pakistan Women 119-9 (Kapp 3-16) by 44 runs
24th March: England v West Indies
West Indies Women 133-7 (Taylor 56) beat
England Women 124-9 (Dottin 4-12) by 9 runs
24th March: India v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Women 128-8 (Atapattu 43) beat
India Women 106-9 (Prabodhani 2-9) by 22 runs
25th March: Ireland v New Zealand
New Zealand Women 171-3 (Bates 68) beat
Ireland Women 129-4 (C Joyce 41no) by 41 runs
25th March: Australia v South Africa
Australia Women 116-4 (Perry 41no) beat
South Africa Women 115-9 by six wickets
26th March: Bangladesh v West Indies
West Indies Women 115 (Dottin 34) beat
Bangladesh Women 79 (Quintyne 3-5) by 36 runs
26th March: England v India
England Women 98-5 (Taylor 28) beat
India Women 95-9 (Raj 57) by five wickets
27th March: Australia v Ireland
Australia Women 191-4 (Lanning 126) beat
Ireland Women 113-7 (Perry 2-17) by 78 runs
27th March: New Zealand v Pakistan
New Zealand Women 167-3 (Bates 94no) beat
Pakistan Women 108-7 by 59 runs
28th March: Bangladesh v England
England Women 137-5 (Edwards 80) beat
Bangladesh Women 58-9 (Hazell 3-4) by 79 runs
28th March: Sri Lanka v West Indies
West Indies Women 87-2 (Taylor 56no) beat
Sri Lanka Women 84 (Daley 4-15) by 8 wickets
29th March: Ireland v South Africa
South Africa Women 165-5 (Lee 43) beat
Ireland Women 79 (Ismail 3-5) by 86 runs
29th March: Australia v Pakistan
Australia Women 185-2 (Villani 90no) beat
Pakistan Women 91-9 (Perry 3-12) by 94 runs
30th March: Bangladesh v India
India Women 151-4 (Kaur 77, Raj 41) beat
Bangladesh Women 72-8 by 79 runs
30th March: England v Sri Lanka
England Women 86-3 (Taylor 36) beat
Sri Lanka Women 85-9 by seven wickets
31st March: Ireland v Pakistan
Pakistan Women 119-6 (Bismah Maroof 48no) beat
Ireland Women 105 (A Iqbal 3-18) by 14 runs
31st March: New Zealand v South Africa
South Africa Women 116-5 (du Preez 51) beat
New Zealand Women 114-9 by 5 wickets
1st April: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka
Bangladesh Women 115-9 (R Ahmed 41) beat
Sri Lanka Women 112-9 by three runs
1st April: India v West Indies
India Women 121-1 (Raut 56, Raj 55no) beat
West Indies 117-7 (Dottin 57) by nine wickets
3rd April: Semi-Final
Australia Women 140-5 (Villani 35) beat
West Indies Women 132-4 by 8 runs
4th April: Semi-Final
England Women 102-1 (Taylor 44no) beat
South Africa Women 101 by nine wickets
6th April: Final - Australia v England
Australia Women 106-4 (Lanning 44) beat
England Women 105-8 (Coyte 3-16) by 6 wickets