England Women 256-10 beat West Indies Women 105-9 by 151 runs
England Women secured the CG United ODI series 3-0 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua.
West Indies Women 105/9 (37.3 ov)
England Women 256/10 (43.3 ov) ENG
Women won by 151 runs
It took a little from all the bowlers to get through the West Indies batting line up but with Sophie Ecclestone's 3 for 9 and Sciver's 2 for 16, it wasn't long until the away side were lifting the trophy.
Sciver was named player of the match and the series.
England all-rounder, Nat Sciver, said: "In terms of performance I just wanted to make sure I enjoyed myself, especially being back on the pitch, so without any expectations it's been brilliant really. I've surprised myself.
"I think the switching mindset that Lewy [Jon Lewis] wants us to live and breathe out on the pitch, has really helped as well. It has taken it away from the actual skills and switched it back to the mindset which has worked for me.
"I wouldn't have thought anything would change with our game plans ahead of T20Is, I don't see Lewy going defensive now heading into the shorter format. T20 can be difficult, a team can win and lose it on a ball or two, so we'll have to keep our wits about us and make sure we're playing with an eye on the T20 World Cup."
England Women v West Indies Women
CG United One-Day Series
Sunday December 4: 1st CG United ODI. England Women win by 142 runs.
Tuesday December 6: 2nd CG United ODI. England Women win by 142 runs.
Friday December 9: 3rd CG United ODI. England Women win by 151 runs.
Sunday December 11: 1st T20I. England Women v West Indies Women (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua).
Wednesday December 14: 2nd T20I. England Women v West Indies Women (Kensington Oval, Barbados).
Saturday December 17: 3rd T20I. England Women v West Indies Women (Kensington Oval, Barbados).
Sunday December 18: 4th T20I. England Women v West Indies Women (Kensington Oval, Barbados).
Thursday December 22: 5th T20I. England Women v West Indies Women (Kensington Oval, B