Taylor and Chedean Nation put together a 128-run fourth-wicket stand as West Indies romped to a six-wicket win
West Indies for 226 for 4 (Taylor 102, Nation 51, Amin 2-45 ) beat Pakistan 225 for 7 (Muneeba 58, Aliya 44, Selman 2-40) by six wickets
Put in to bat, Pakistan were off to a good start, with openers Muneeba Ali and Ayesha Zafar stitching together a 49-run stand. Aaliyah Alleyne drew first blood, dismissing Zafar for 13. Muneeba then went on to put up a 74-run stand with Javeria Khan, also bringing up a half-century off 75 balls.
Pakistan then lost three wickets within a space of 15 balls, with Alleyne and Taylor striking, following which Iram Javed and Aliya Riaz then resurrected the innings with a 44-run stand. Riaz hit an unbeaten 57-ball 44 to take Pakistan to 225.
Nation then joined Taylor at the crease in the 22nd over. Taylor got to her seventh career century in 113 balls, and on her way, she also brought up 5000 runs in ODIs, becoming just the third woman to the milestone. Nation also brought up a fifty of her own, as the duo finished off things quickly, sealing the match in 44 overs.