Trelawny, JAMAICA – The West Indies Women are in camp in Jamaica preparing to host a five-match one-day international series against England.
The women are trying to cement their place in the top-four for automatic qualification for the ICC Women’s World Cup schedule for the UK in June 2017.
Captain, Stafanie Taylor heads the burgundy team vs Shakera Selman and the blue team.
Taylor’s burgundy team took match one by 63 runs on Thursday, September 22
Burgundy – 193/6 – Taylor top-scores with 68
Selman was most effective with bowling figures 4-0-7-1
In match two on Sunday, September 25 in a rain-affected encounter…
Selman’s blue team made 179 all out – Selman 42; Chinelle Henry 34.
Anisa Mohammed was impressive with 10-3-16-4
Taylor’s team was on 37-2 before rain stopped play. Chedean Nation and Taylor were not out on 20 and 7 runs respectively.
The Windies Women are in second place with 20 points behind Australia with 30 points. England is in third place with 19 points. Australia and Sri Lanka have so far played three more matches than the other six teams. The Windies vs England encounter, promises to be exciting.
Upcoming ICC Women’s Championship matches:
October 8 – 13: South Africa vs New Zealand – South Africa
October 14 – 19: West Indies vs England – Jamaica