Windies won the very first Women’s One Day International, played at the Dubai International Stadium, and won 1-0 in the three-game series against Pakistan.
Deandra Dottin and Afy Fletcher were the star performers with the ball, as Pakistan was rolled for 70 runs on West Indies 216 for a total of five in the allotted 50 overs.
Players of the game Dottin and Fletcher each took three wickets to restrict the Pakistani battles in pursuit of the goal.
Pakistan was led by Javeria Khan, regular captain Bismah Maroof was rested for the opening of the ODI series. Javeria scored 21 points, while Nahida Khan scored a top goal for the hosts with 23 runs.
Nahida was hit and injured in the helmet visor, Aimen Anwer, who had injured his hamstring during the West Indies beatings, did not come to the bat. Pakistan’s innings ended in the 30th year with a 146 run behind the West Indies.
Previously, the West Indies had built a 143-stand overall for the second wicket between captain Stafanie Taylor and Dottin. Taylor, who won the litter and chose the bat, joined Dottin after losing opener Kycia Knight for a duck in the sixth round.
Taylor fell to Kainat Imtiaz after scoring 58 from 97 balls. Her innings included four fours. Dottin missed her only four runs and the T20I player of the series continued his superb punching style before being dismissed by Kainat for a 139-ball 96 with eight fours and two sixs.
After the departure of Dottin and Taylor Shermaine Campelle (26) and Chinelle Henry (18) reached the 200-run mark.
Kainat was the choice of Pakistani bowlers; The courier took three gates, which had granted 49 barrels in their ninth spell.
Javeria was now disappointed with the loss of her team. “We started very well, but not only did we sustain the momentum with the ball, but also with our punching power. Losida was unhappy for us and had a big impact on our hunt. “
Dottin was pleased with her winning contribution to her team. “It was a good game for me and yes, there are days when I feel like I can do everything on the field, stopping at Stafanie was all about filling the fold, and we succeeded build a good balance of this partnership. “
Results in short:
West Indian women 216-5, 50 overs (Deandra Dottin 96, Stafanie Taylor 58, Shermaine Campelle 26 not, Kainat Imtiaz 3-49).
Pakistani women 70, injured in 29.5 overs (Nahida Khan 23 injured, Javeria Khan 21 injured, Deandra Dottin 3-14, Afy Fletcher 3-17).
Windies women win with 146 runs.
Second ODI at the ICC Academy Dubai on Saturday, February 9th. The game starts at 09:30