England shoot out West Indies for 101
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It was snapped finally when Kyshona was drawn forward by Arran Brindle with a well-flighted ball and stumped by wicket keeper Sara Taylor.
England struck another blow in the same over when Brindle bowled Shaquana Quintayne for a duck without any addition to the Windies total of 89 and then the bowler sent back no.10 Tremayne Smartt at the same score in her next over.
The seventh wicket duo ensured West Indies cross their lowest ever ODI score of 41, made against England in 2008, and then took the score past 55, their lowest in Cup history made 16 years ago against New Zealand at Chandigarh.