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West Indies Women won a last-ball thriller in Arundel to deny England Women a clean sweep of the five-match Twenty20 International series. The tourists had looked to have the edge in the 17th over at 123 for four, needing just 17 to win, but Holly Colvin ended Deandra Dottin's excellent innings at 62 off 34 balls.
England Women kept on course for a series whitewash against West Indies Women with a convincing 84-run victory in the fourth Twenty20 International at Hove. Batting first, they made 154 for three from their 20 overs thanks to an unbeaten half-century from Lydia Greenway.
England Women wrapped up their five-match Twenty20 International series against West Indies Women at the earliest opportunity with a 10-run win in the third match at Wantage Road, Northampton. On a pitch that was both slow and tired, the home side could manage only 103 for seven from their 20 overs after electing to bat, but that proved to be enough as West Indies were bowled out for 93.
England Women have called up Warwickshire's Amy Jones to replace Susie Rowe in their squad for the remaining three Twenty20 International matches against the West Indies and the ICC Women's World Twenty20.Rowe suffered a displaced fracture to her left thumb during England's opening Twenty20 International against the West Indies at Old Trafford.
England Women went 2-0 up in their five-match Twenty20 International series against West Indies Women with a 28-run win in the second match at Old Trafford.A fine innings of 53 in 37 balls from Sarah Taylor set England on their way to a score of 150 for three and in reply the West Indies reached 122 for six from their 20 overs.
England Women recorded their 16th successive win in Twenty20 Internationals by defeating West Indies Women by eight wickets in the first match of their five match series at Chester-le-Street.Charlotte Edwards and Laura Marsh ensured that England made short work of the tourists' woeful total of 71 for eight and added 59 inside the first seven overs.
England Women play the West Indies Women in a series of five Twenty20 Internationals ahead of the ICC Women's World T20 and we caught up with England batter Susie Rowe at Loughborough.She talks about her experiences playing with England, looks ahead to both the West Indies series and the ICC WT20, which is to be held in Sri Lanka - where she made her ODI debut.
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