The UAE women's team extended their T20I winning streak to 14, three shy of Thailand's record 17, today as they completed a clean sweep in their four match series against Hong Kong.

The series started on Wednesday with the first of three floodlit games at the Malek Cricket Ground in Ajman. Kary Chan's 45 and Mark Hill's 34 helped Hong Kong post 118-6 from their 20 overs. Chamani Seneviratna, who started her international career with Sri Lanka back in 1997, took 4-24. Kavisha Egodage top scored for the UAE with an unbeaten 50 as they chased down their target in 15.3 overs to win by 7 wickets.

UAE batted first on Thursday and scored 131-5 thanks to 53 from Esha Oza and 47 from Theertha Satish. They then kept Hong Kong to 103-8, with skipper Kary Chan again the top scorer with 39, to win by 28 runs.

It was a similar story in the third match on Friday with UAE batting first and scoring 121-3. Kavisha Egodage was back in the runs, top scoring for the home team with an unbeaten 61. As with the first two games, only two Hong Kong batters were able to reach double figures - Yasmin Daswani's unbeaten 34 the top score - and they were kept to 95-9, losing by 26 runs.

The series concluded with a day game this morning with the visitors batting first. Three members of their batting line-up reached double figures this time but the top score being Mariko Hill's 15 tells its own story. They were bowled out for 62, with the home team chasing the target down in just 8.3 overs to win by 9 wickets.

The UAE will have a qualifier for the next women's T20 World Cup (scheduled for South Africa in 2023) at some point this year as they look to extend their winning run. Hong Kong's next fixtures are currently unknown but with a women's Asia Cup scheduled for December and cricket set for a return to the Asian Games in China in September they will no doubt be hoping to be involved in both.