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Live Reporting

Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

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    We're going to call it a day there. Thank you for your company - we hoped you enjoyed watching England women on the BBC for the first time in 27 years.

    The cricket action doesn't stop there, though. You can watch coverage of the Bob Willis Trophy final between Somerset and Essex, while we'll have coverage of Australia v New Zealand women and the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy final tomorrow.

    The final games in this series are on Monday and Wednesday. We'll see you then.

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    Jenny Gunn

    Ex-England bowler on BBC Two

    The audience we would've got today, it's exciting to think how many children might have been inspired to take up cricket.

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    The action doesn't end here today on Women's Sport Saturday on the BBC.

    We have the small matter of a north London derby as Arsenal face Tottenham in the Women's FA Cup quarter-finals at 17:00 BST on BBC Two and this very website. Strap yourselves in.

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    Video caption: Women's FA Cup: Tottenham's Becky Spencer looks forward to 'historic' derby with Arsenal
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    England captain Heather Knight on BBC Two: "Really pleased to get the series done. It was a different wicket today, a bit on the slow side, and we lost two early wickets so me and Nat had to do some rebuilding.

    "It was hard to hit boundaries but we wanted to make sure one of us was there at the end and I'm really pleased for Nat. She got a wicket as well so we'll let her off for that dropped catch.

    "We've not had a perfect performance with the bat yet but we've always found a way to get over 150. We talked about the top order taking responsibility today and Nat did that.

    "It felt like a good game today. When Deandra is in you know it's game on. It was nice our bowlers were put under pressure today and performed despite that

    "We want to win the series 5-0 and we need to stay on our game to do that."

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    Phil Simmons

    West Indies men's coach on BBC Two

    Once they pass 10 overs, Stafanie Taylor should be the next batter in, regardless of how many wickets have been lost. She came in too low at six today.

    West Indies had a chance to win if Deandra Dottin had been joined by Taylor at that point.

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    Jonny: England women win again but West Indies made it closer than the first two thanks to a top innings from Dottin. As ever, not enough support to match England's Nat Sciver led target but a decent game for the BBC and hopefully many first time viewers...

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    West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor on BBC Two: "When you look at the bowling we did really well until the end. We're still getting in the last three to four overs.

    "Our batting was excellent but not the result we wanted. At least we saw a lot more intent and have improved in that area.

    "Deandra has been doing an excellent job and I can't ask for anything more. We need one or two more people to help her. We need to get more batters to her level.

    "We thought we needed some power at the top and to stabilise the middle so that's why we reshuffled."

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    Player of the match Nat Sciver on BBC Two: "We said at the start of the day we wanted to be ruthless so we're really pleased to win like that. The game was more competitive and our bowlers were really put under pressure.

    "In the first two games I was a bit caught up in going too big too early so I had a chat with Heather and we had a partnership that was more like how we batted in the World Cup so I was more comfortable.

    "Once you get going it's fine but if you stand still for too long it's a bit chilly. But the wickets have been good and the outfield is good.

    "Being on BBC TV was a little on our mind. You see a massive difference in the reach. I was joking earlier that I'd been saving my best for the BBC.

    "We want to finish with two more wins and be ruthless again. We want to make sure the XI that go out there keep to the same standard we've set for ourselves."

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    Jenny Gunn

    Ex-England bowler on BBC Two

    England were struggling when Nat Sciver came in. What a time to hit your career-best score. She's so powerful off the back foot and a nightmare to bowl to.

    West Indies made some mistakes and just couldn't contain her today.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner & World Cup winner on BBC Two

    Dottin tried to hit every ball for six in the last World Cup but she's been batting smarter in this series. She's just not had the support.

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    Phil Simmons

    West Indies men's coach on BBC Two

    Deandra Dottin needs help. She can't do it by herself.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Two

    Sarah Glenn is a very important cog in this England team and will only get better the more she plays. She's bowling with great skill and control. And she can contribute with the bat.

    England look to be moving in a good direction. I like their intensity.

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    Alison Mitchell

    BBC Two

    A bit more thinking to do for Windies captain Stafanie Taylor. They didn't have a great deal of preparation time for this series. But England have dominated so far.

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    Successful: Just spent the afternoon watching the women’s cricket and I really enjoyed it. Never watched cricket before in my life.

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    Today was the first time a women's cricket game has been shown on the BBC in 27 years. Hopefully the performances of Nat Sciver and Sarah Glenn in particular, along with the victory has inspired people to take up the game.

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    Milly McEvoy: England take the win and the series. Closer this time for the West Indies but a great all-round performance by England to not just inspire the future generation but inspire the nation. Loved it!

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Two

    A better game, the best of the three so far.

    England will want to improve their fiedling but it's another very professional performance.

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    Alison Mitchell

    BBC Two

    West Indies finish with a boundary but it's too little too late.

    Another victory by England sees them take the series, 3-0 up with two to play.

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    Stafanie Taylor looks at the scoreboard as she walks off. She looks frustrated.

    You've got to wonder if the West Indies got their tactics and in particular their batting order correct. Stafanie Taylor came in when the required run-rate was up at 10.97 and then scores 14 off 13 balls.

    It never really looked like they were truly going to trouble England.

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    Dr James Pope: With nearly identical boundary counts, the lack of 1s and 2s by the WIndies have hurt them today. Dottin 9x4 1x6 scored 20 less than Sciver who only faced 5 more balls. The Windies need to run more not just go for boundaries.