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Windies level women's cricket series

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West Indies women's cricket team have levelled the one-day series against England with a 38-run win in game two of the best-of-five series.

In another low-scoring contest at Trelawny Stadium in Jamaica, the hosts were all out for 148 from 50 overs - one run less than England's winning score at the same venue on Saturday.

Stafanie Taylor, having won the toss, top-scored with 56. The next-best score was Deandra Dottin's 21 as slow left-armer Alex Hartley took 4-31 in 10 overs.

With captain Heather Knight making 26 and Natalie Sciver contributing 27, England were in with a chance at 4-107 in the 37th over.

However they collapsed by losing six wickets for three runs to be all out in the 42nd over, Dottin claiming the last four scalps for figures of 4-19.

The series continues on Friday at Sabina Park.

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