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Windies girls all set to face Netherlands in ICC Challenge opener

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies women had a full training session on Tuesday afternoon and are all set to take on the Netherlands at Witrand in the opening match of the International Cricket Council’s Challenge. First ball is 10 am (4 am Eastern Caribbean Time/3 am Jamaica Time).

The Windies girls enter the six-team tournament as the highest ranked team and will be looking to win both the One-Day International Series and the T20 League, which follows after.

Windies girls ready for opening match of ICC Challenge

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies women had a full training session on Tuesday afternoon and are all set to take on the Netherlands at Witrand in the opening match of the International Cricket Council's Challenge. The Windies girls enter the six-team tournament as the highest ranked team and will be looking to win both the One-Day International Series and the T20 League, which follows after.

Windies girls off to South Africa, captain confident of success

Bridgetown, Barbados - The members of the West Indies team were full of confidence on Saturday as they left the Caribbean for the ICC Women's Challenge, which will be played in Potchefstroom, South Africa later this month. Speaking ahead of the team's departure, captain Merissa Aguilleira said all systems were in place for the girls to perform at their best during the tournament – which features 50-0ver and 20/20 matches.

King has a dream of more success for Windies girls

Bridgetown, Barbados - Experienced allrounder Stacy-Ann King is clear in her mind what she wants to achieve when the West Indies play in the upcoming ICC Women's Challenge in Potchefstroom, South Africa later this month. The 27-year-old left-handed batter, who also bowls left-arm medium-pace, wants to be part of a winning team and she is willing to do what is required to drive the team to victory.

Coach Campbell happy with Windies girls preparation for ICC Tourney

Bridgetown, Barbados - After eight days of what he called "hard work and positive results", West Indies Women's coach Sherwin Campbell is confident his team will do very well at the upcoming International Cricket Council's Women's Challenge Tournament in Potchefstroom, South Africa next month. Speaking on Thursday after the third and final warm-up match, Campbell was quite satisfied with the readiness of his players.

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