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Windies girls beat Pakistan to record fourth win of ICC Challenge

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies women bounced back from their six-wicket loss to South Africa by beating Pakistan by 93 runs in the final round of the ICC Challenge 50 Over tournament on Tuesday. Pakistan won the toss in the morning sunshine and sent the ladies from the Caribbean in to bat. The Windies rattled up 256-8 off their 50 overs – their third score of more than 250 in five matches.

Windies girls fall to South Africans in top-of-table clash

Potchefstroom, South Africa - South Africa beat West Indies today in what was arguably the most anticipated match of the ICC Women's Cricket Challenge in Potchefstroom. The two unbeaten teams faced off in an exciting display of cricket with both bat and ball, but it was the host nation that came out victorious.

West Indies won the toss and elected to bat and made 161 all out. The Proteas replied with 161-4 to win by six wickets. When the Windies batted, South Africa claimed the early wicket of Juliana Nero, who departed for eight in the third over.

Superb WIndies girls make it three wins out of three

Potchefstroom, South Africa -- The West Indies Women have now made it three wins a row as they brushed aside Sri Lanka by nine wickets, with more than 21 overs to spare, in their ICC Challenge match on Saturday. This superb victory follows their other wins by 148 runs over the Netherlands and by 165 runs over Ireland.

Windies girls thrilled to hear news of Central Retainer Contracts

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies players Merissa Aguilleira and Stafanie Taylor are delighted to hear the news that the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will offer Central Retainer Contracts to six members of the successful West Indies Women's team. Speaking from Potchefstroom, South Africa where they are playing in the ICC Challenge Tournament, the two leading players said the news was well received throughout the entire camp.

Taylor on top of the world as she reaches 1000 landmark

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies batting star Stafanie Taylor is happy to reach 1000 runs in One-Day Internationals. The 19-year-old Jamaica reached the milestone during Thursday's match against Ireland, the second match of the ICC Challenge Tournament. It was her 28th match and in the process she became the youngest woman ever and the first woman from the Caribbean to reach 1000 runs in international cricket.


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