Lydia Greenway made 61 off 45 balls as England romped to yet another big win over the West Indies in the fourth T20 international at Hove.
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Greenway led England to a score of 154 for three and Danielle Hazell then took four for 12 as the West Indies were bowled out for just 70 for an 84-run England victory.
England have won all four matches in the series so far, and today's win was on a par with the opening eight-wicket victory at Chester-le-Street in which they knocked off the required 72 runs in less than 10 overs.
England opener Laura Marsh managed only five off 19 before being trapped lbw by Stafanie Taylor and Charlotte Edwards left soon after for 24, run out after a mix-up with the incoming Sarah Taylor, to leave England on 33 for two.
But Sarah Taylor and Greenway then took the game away from the tourists with a stand of 98.
The former fell for 43 in the 18th over, with Arran Brindle coming in to add an unbeaten 11.
Stafanie Taylor, who took both wickets to fall to Windies bowlers, then made 40 with the bat, but she needed 69 deliveries to do it and was the only West Indian to score in double figures.