England's stand-in T20 captain Eoin Morgan lavished praise on Chris Jordan's man-of-the-match display which ensured preparations for the World Cup in Bangladesh ended with a win after a five-run success over the West Indies in Barbados.
Jordan (27) struck first with the bat - despite Michael Lumb's 63 from 40 balls putting the tourists in a commanding position - hitting four sixes from the final over to help England post a respectable total of 165 for 6 following another middle-order collapse.
Jade Dernbach bowled Dwayne Smith (0) with the very first ball of the innings before the Barbados-born Jordan took 3-39, including the wickets of Johnson Charles (4), Marlon Samuels (15) and Denesh Ramdin (33).
Already possessing an unassailable 2-0 lead after winning the first two T20 internationals, the West Indies required 17 from the final over to secure a whitewash and despite Sammy pulling a flat six over deep square-leg, Dernbach completed the job to deprive the hosts of an unlikely victory.
And a grateful Morgan said: "Fantastic game, outstanding performance from Chris. The two Notts boys were brilliant, especially Michael.
"We were a bit stop-start but Chris at the end was brilliant. It was difficult to get yourself in. There are a lot of positives today. I thought the guys held their nerve really well."
The Sussex all-rounder, who claimed the man-of-the-match award, added: "It was a good chance I got today, just glad I could take it. I just wanted to get into the game, I did that with the bat. All I can do is when I put on an England shirt is do the best I can."