In a shortened match Pakistan on Tuesday women made heavy weather of a modest chase and won by two wickets off the last ball against Sri Lanka women.
At the P Sara Oval in Colombo, the game was reduced to 27 overs a side, and Pakistan’s bowlers had Sri Lanka all out in 24.2 overs, for 68. The wickets were shared around, with Qanita Jalil finishing with figures of 5-1-7-2. There were only two double-figure scores in Sri Lanka’s innings. Pakistan then lost wickets consistently in their chase, but Marina Iqbal took them home with her 13 not out.