Trinidad Express /
Mercurial right-hander Deandra Dottin belted an astonishing hundred as West Indies women’s cricketers trounced Sri Lanka by 31 runs to sweep their three-match Twenty20 International series Sunday night.
Playing at Coolidge Cricket Ground, the 26-year-old carved out 112 off 67 deliveries as the hosts chalked up 159 for six off their 20 overs, after choosing to bat first.
Dottin smashed nine fours and five sixes en route to becoming the first women player to score two T20I hundreds in a career, following her maiden one seven years ago during the T20 World Cup in the Caribbean.
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