Kyshona Knight Gets Career Best With Bat But West Indies Women Go Under
JOHN’S, Antigua– West Indies Women lost the CG Insurance 4th ODI by 4 wickets to Pakistan Women at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua.
A delayed start and not enough runs on the board were a couple reasons that West Indies Women’s vice-captain Anisa Mohammed believes the team lost.
Mohammed told CWI Media “I think we fell short by about 15 to 20 runs. At the beginning of the series we kept saying we wanted to score 225 upward that would give them some competition and I think we just fell short today. The pitch was a bit damp at the start so our batters found it a bit hard to score but having Kyshona batting really well and seeing us through, I think just in the middle, coming down to the end we lost too many wickets at crucial times. As bowlers, we weren’t as consistent as we should have been.”
The West Indies Women lead the CG Insurance ODI series 3-1 with the last match scheduled for July 18 at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua.
Summarized scores: West Indies Women 210 all out (49.4 overs) Kyshona Knight 88; Stafanie Taylor 49
Fatima Sana 4 for 30; Nashra Sandhu 4 for 49
Pakistan Women 211/6 (48.3 overs) Umaima Sohail 61; Sidra Amin 41; Shakera Selman 2 for 34; Hayley Matthews 2 for 46
Pakistan Women won by 4 wickets
Fatima Sana was adjudged CG Insurance Player of the Match