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ZIZ Sports…May 6, 2010 – West Indies batswoman Deandra Dottin, who smashed the fastest ever international century by a man or a woman in the opening game of the women’s World Twenty20 tournament played yesterday at the Warner Park Stadium, says breaking records is nothing new to her.
The 18 year old Barbadian reached three figures in just 38 balls, hitting nine sixes and five fours as the hosts beat South Africa by 17 runs.
Dottin, batting at number six, beat the record held by compatriot, West Indies captain Chris Gayle, as her side reached 5-175.
Gayle made a hundred in 50 balls also against South Africa in Johannesburg in 2007.
Dottin’s first 50 came off 25 balls, but her second 50 took just 13 deliveries.