Australia v New Zealand
Aimee Watkins' side defeated Australia by 14 runs despite a spirited effort by new captain Alex Blackwell. Blackwell finished 44 not out having struck five boundaries in the course of her innings.
New Zealand's Sian Ruck was the pick of the bowlers with 2-11 while with the bat Suzie Bates led from the front with a well struck 54 from 49 balls in front of a vocal crowd of local supporters.
West Indies v Pakistan
Pakistan defeated the host in the first of their warm-up fixtures at St Paul's Recreational Park in the north of St Kitts.
Sana Mir's side having been somewhat slow with its over-rates but managed to make it up and limited the West Indies to 117 for six, Stafanie Taylor scored a good 41 that included three boundaries in front of a selection of St Paul's locals.
Nain Abidi led from the front making 48, while Sajjida Shah and Bismah Mahroof both entered into the double figures and allowed the Pakistanis to win by six wickets with 11 balls to spare.
England v India
The afternoon warm-up fixtures saw current ICC World Twenty20 champions England take on India at St Paul's. The side saw a return for Claire Taylor who departed for a duck after facing just three balls from Amita Sharma.
But things didn't go amiss for Charlotte Edwards' side who defeated the Indians by 25 runs.
It's a great day and I'm pleased that we started so well. I feel that everyone in the side contributed well against a confident India side whom we've played recently. It was a good day for us today and I'm happy with the performance that all the girls gave out in the field.
"The weather here is obviously very different from the UK currently but I don't think it's too much of a factor for us out in the field and I'm pleased how we've done out here today especially since we've not played cricket outdoors for six or seven weeks," said Edwards.
Losing captain Jhulan Goswami said although disappointed there were some positives from the match.
"We lost today and definitely I'm disappointed about the loss but we've got take the positives from the match and that was getting out and playing and getting a feel for the conditions and the type of wicket here. We need improve from today and hopefully tomorrow against South Africa we'll come out better," she said.
Sri Lanka v South Africa
Meanwhile Sri Lanka defeated South Africa with four wickets remaining in a low scoring game at Molyneux in the afternoon. Cri-Zelda Brits' side only managed to make it to 93 in their allotted 20 overs with Trisha Chetty the only batter who really fired for the Proteas making 34.
Sri Lanka's Suwini de Alwis made 31 whilst wicketkeeper Sandamali Dolawatte saw the side home alongside captain Chamani Seneviratne.