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Matthews is the world’s undisputed No. 1 T20 all-rounder

Matthews is the world’s undisputed No. 1 T20 all-rounder

West Indies women’s captain Hayley Matthews fortified her hold on being the No. 1 all-rounder in women’s Twenty20 internationals. The International Cricket Council (ICC), the sport’s global organising body, announced that Matthews, the ICC Women’s T20I Player-of-the-Year for 2023, continued to dominate the T20I player rankings following the weekly update of performances. The 26-year-old Barbadian...

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Taylor, Campbell lead West Indies Women’s to series win

Taylor, Campbell lead West Indies Women’s to series win

Stafanie Taylor's crucial 73 leads West Indies Women to thrilling victory over Pakistan Women for series win Stafanie Taylor’s brilliant innings of 73 runs guided the West Indies Women to a nerve-wracking two-wicket win over Pakistan Women in the second ODI of their series at the National Stadium in Karachi on Sunday. Chasing a challenging...

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All-round Matthews leads West Indies Women’s to victory

All-round Matthews leads West Indies Women’s to victory

West Indies Women’s captain Hayley Matthews delivered a stellar all-round performance to lead her team to a commanding 113-run victory over Pakistan Women in the first One Day International (ODI) at the National Stadium in Karachi on Thursday. Matthews played a pivotal role in setting up the win, first with the bat and then with...

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T&T to host 2024 Women’s CPL; to be contested before men’s tourney for the first time

T&T to host 2024 Women’s CPL; to be contested before men’s tourney for the first time

Organizers have confirmed that Trinidad and Tobago will host the third staging of the Women’s Caribbean Premier League when the tournament bowls off in August. The inaugural tournament in 2022 was played in St Kitts and Nevis, while last year’s showpiece was played in Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. This year’s edition scheduled for August...

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Campbelle and Fraser selected for West Indies Women’s team

Campbelle and Fraser selected for West Indies Women’s team

The Cricket West Indies (CWI) Women’s Selection Panel has announced the 15-member squad for the tour to Pakistan in April-May.  The eight-match Series comprises three (5) T20 Internationals (T20Is) and three (3) One Day Internationals (ODIs). Two Guyanese were selected; Shemaine Campbell and Cherry-Ann Fraser. Despite Plafianna Millington and Ashmini Munisar along with Nya Latchman and Kaysia Schultz being in the wickets throughout the recent Regional Women’s tournament, they missed selection. Kate Wilmott was rewarded...

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Schultz bags five wickets as Guyana end T20 Blaze with win

Schultz bags five wickets as Guyana end T20 Blaze with win

Mandy Mangru struck an unbeaten fifty while West Indies teammate Kaysia Schultz snatched a five-wicket haul as Guyana crushed Windward Islands by 69 runs to wrap up their Women’s T20 Blaze campaign in style here yesterday. Choosing to bat first at Warner Park, Guyana gathered 131 for four off 20 overs with the 24-year-old Mangru...

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Demerara dethrone Berbice to win female T20 inter-county

Demerara dethrone Berbice to win female T20 inter-county

It was a rare sight in Guyana women’s cricket when Demerara defeated Berbice in the senior female inter-county T20 tournament. Led by Cherry-Ann Fraser’s 4-9 from four overs, Demerara bowled out Berbice for 34 from 15 overs at Malteenoes Sports Club. In reply, Demerara won by five wickets, laboring to 35-5 from 13.2 overs to...