West Indies Women predictably suffered their second-straight series whitewash at the hands of powerhouses Australia Women when they went down by nine wickets in the final Twenty20 International of the three-match series here Wednesday night.
In yet another lopsided encounter at Kensington Oval, West Indies could only muster 81 all out off their 20 overs, with opener Britney Cooper top-scoring with 29 off 35 balls to be one of just three batsmen in double figures but the only one to pass 20.
The hosts were undone by left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen who snatched four for seven from four superb overs while 20-year-old leg-spinner Georgia Wareham supported with three for 14.
New ball seamer Megan Schutt picked up two for 14.
In reply, the Aussies strolled to their target in the eighth over with Player-of-the-Series Alyssa Healy belting a 16-ball 38 and opening partner Beth Mooney gathering an unbeaten 24 off 18 deliveries.