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West Indies Women for tri-series

ST JOHN’S: A women’s triangular T20 series involving West Indies, England and New Zealand will be played in Barbados in October, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced yesterday.

“This Tri Series is an important component of our continued development programme for Women’s Cricket,” WICB Cricket Operations Manager Roland Holder said.

TT, BAR most decorated in One Days

Bridgetown, Barbados - As the hype builds up for the 2013 regional Super50 Final Four championship at Kensington Oval, statistics show that Trinidad & Tobago have won the most titles (11 - one shared) and Barbados have played in the most finals (17) since the inception of regional limited overs tournaments 37 years ago.

Miller says Jamaica ready to battle

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Jamaican spinner Nikita Miller says he is anticipating a strong challenge from the Windward Islands when the two teams meet in the second semi-final match of the regional Super 50 tournament tomorrow.

Gayle Guides Wolmer's To Urban-Area Double

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Former national Under-19 representative Delbert Gayle produced yet another brilliant all-round performance to guide Wolmer's to a six-wicket win over St Jago High in the final of the ISSA/Jamaica International Insurance Company Knockout cricket competition at Melbourne Oval yesterday.

Nash among runs but Shiv struggles

LONDON – Discarded West Indies left-hander Brendan Nash continued his bright start to the new County season with an even fifty for Kent on the opening day of their contest against Leicestershire here Wednesday.

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