|England 260 (48.1 overs): A Jones 70* (63), Dunkley 57 (56); Matthews 3-50|
|West Indies 118 (31.3 overs): Williams 54* (80); Bell 4-33, Dean 2-9|
|England won by 142 runs|
England thrashed West Indies by 142 runs to secure a dominant one-day international series win in Antigua.
Chasing 261, the hosts were bowled out for 118 with Lauren Bell taking her best international figures of 4-33.
Bell and Kate Cross, who took 2-35, tore through a fragile West Indies batting line-up as the hosts slipped to 49-5 inside the first 10 overs of their chase.
It was another extremely one-sided encounter, with England taking an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
England’s 260 all out looked below par at the halfway stage, after they chose to bat first on a flat pitch on which they scored 307 two days ago.
Sophia Dunkley made 55 and Amy Jones was left stranded on 70 not out as West Indies put in a much-improved display with the ball…