The last of the three CWC Super League ODIs between the Netherlands and the West Indies was a high scoring affair with the visitors to Amstelveen coming out on top.

Batting first after winning the toss, the West Indies started their account with Shai Hope and Kyle Mayers putting on 58 for the first wicket before Hope was out for 24 in the twelfth over. This brought Shamarh Brooks to the crease and he and Mayers kept the Dutch fielders busy with a 184 run partnership.

The partnership ended in the 41st over when Mayers was dismissed for 120, his first ODI century. Brooks batted on until the end of the innings, finishing unbeaten on 101, also his first ODI century. The final total for the visitors was 308-5.

The Dutch started their reply with a 98 run opening partnership between Vikramjit Singh and Max O'Dowd which ended when Singh was bowled by Kyle Mayers for 54. Another 66 was contributed by O'Dowd and Musa Ahmed, that partnership ending when Ahmed was out for 42.

O'Dowd hung around until the 43rd over when he was bowled for 89. The Dutch middle and lower order clung on for long enough to keep the margin to just 20 runs, but as with the second ODI there wasn't any contribution of note after the top three. The last Dutch wicket fell from the penultimate ball of the match and the Dutch scored 288.

Despite the 3-0 series win the Dutch played with some credit, especially the top three. They will no doubt think that if they had all their county cricketers available - particularly having someone like Roelof van der Merwe shoring up the middle order - they could have possibly come away with a win, or even two.

The next matches for the Netherlands will also be in the CWC Super League and it will be a historic first tour by a full England team which starts with the first of three ODIs on 17th June.