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Hayley Matthews audio

  LEICESTER, England – Hayley Matthews spoke to CWI Media after half-centuries from her and captain Stafanie Taylor failed to spark West Indies Women and India Women beat them by five wickets in a pre-Women’s World Cup practice match on Friday here.   Matthews gathered eight fours in 50 from 73 balls, sharing an opening stand of 70 with Felicia Walters, and Taylor made 50 from 59 balls, but the Windies Women failed to build on their efforts and were restricted to 174 for nine from their allocation of 50…

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WINDIES HAS NEW KIT SUPPLIER – BLK

  St John’s, ANTIGUA – BLK have signed a three-year deal with the iconic WINDIES cricket team to become the official WINDIES Kit Supplier. The partnership covers the WINDIES senior men’s, women’s and youth sides (Under 19s) along with grassroots development cricket in the Caribbean.   “BLK has a track record of providing quality cricketing apparel in Australia and this is an opportunity for us to provide that excellence in partnership with an iconic brand on the world stage as well as kicking off our commitment to the North American…

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Women’s franchise league launched in Trinidad

  Popular West Indies and Mumbai Indians player Keiron Pollard is one of four owners of professional ladies teams in Trinidad and Tobago for the upcoming Courts T20 Women’s Grand Slam tournament.   This was revealed at the launch of the tournament yesterday at the National Cricket Centre (NCC) in Couva. The tournament will be played from May 15 to 19 and will involve four teams in Pollard’s KJ Sports Eastern Diamonds, Sacha Cosmetics Northern Stars Blazers, Tecu Southern Titans and Creation Group Central Gladiators.   West Indies players Merissa…

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Regional Women’s Super50 hailed as tremendous success

Kishore Shallow   The recently completed Women’s Regional Super50 tournament has been hailed as a tremendous success by president of the St. Vincent Cricket Association Kishore Shallow. The newly installed director of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) spearheaded the hosting the event in St. Vincent. The tournament finals was played on Sunday and Trinidad and Tobago came out victors. According to Shallow the most disciplined team in the tournament deserved to win the title. “At the end of it, the most disciplined and organised team won the title. Congrats…

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Women’s T20 franchise league coming

The victorious T&T women cricketers were greeted on their return with the news that the local board will be hosting a T20 franchise league in Trinidad, involving four teams. This was revealed by CEO of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB), Suruj Ragoonath at the VIP Lounge of the Piarco International Airport, as the team returned home from St. Vincent, where they defeated Barbados in the finals of the WICB Regional Super50 tournament. According to Ragoonath :”We want to have four franchise teams in East, Central, North and South Trinidad and…

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