Super Over win for West Indies Women

Twin sisters Kyshona and Kycia Knight celebrate victory in the Super Over against Pakistan
Twin sisters Kyshona and Kycia Knight celebrate victory in the Super Over against Pakistan
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West Indies Women 88 (Kyshona Knight 49) & 6-1 beat
Pakistan Women 77-7 & 3-2 on a Super Over
Third Twenty20 International, Grenada

West Indies Women needed a Super Over to beat Pakistan Women in the third and final Twenty20 International in Grenada and wrap up a 3-0 series win.

After West Indies had been bowled out for 88 in 19.5 overs, Pakistan closed one run short of a revised target of 78 to force the one-over eliminator.

In a dramatic finale, Kyshona Knight hit Sana Mir for a boundary from the final ball to seal victory.

Earlier, her twin sister Kycia had top scored for West Indies for 49 but nobody else reached double figures as they were bowled out inside their 20 overs.

Mir returned figures of four for 10 to do much of the damage and Pakistan looked as if they would end their tour with victory before they were eventually denied.

They were seven for one in the fourth over when rain stopped play for 75 minutes but seemed to be on course when the game resumed.

However, needing two runs to win from the final ball, they could manage just one and in the Super Over, they couldn't close it out despite putting West Indies under pressure.

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