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WI women tie up series


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KINGSTON West Indies Women

rebounded from their one-run defeat by the

Kiwis to defeat the New Zealand visitors

by 89 runs today in their second One-day

International at Sabina Park.

The series is now tied 1-1 with the decider

to be played on Thursday.

Barbadian teenager Shaquana Quintyne was

the star of the day with both bat and ball in the

encounter completely dominated by the hosts.

The 17-year-old Quintyne top-scored

with 29 off 58 balls as the Windies Women

recovered from 95 for 8 to post a defendable

148. She added a crucial partnership of 43 for

the ninth wicket with Shakera Selman, who also

played well to make 22 in her 50th ODI for

the West Indies.

The talented leg-spinning allrounder then

took 2 wickets for 9 runs off her four over as

New Zealand were bowled out for a meagre

59. She was well assisted by off-spinner Stafanie

Taylor (3 for 10) and left-arm spinner Shanel

Daley, who took 2 for 14 with the new ball.

There were also two run outs by the athletic

Deandra Dottin

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