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WICB President hails Women's League as 'superb advertisement'

St John’s, Antigua: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on Thursday congratulated the Trinidad and Tobago Women's team for their triumph in the WICB's Women's 50-Over League in St Vincent. Dr Julian Hunte, President of the WICB, issued a congratulatory message on behalf of the Board, and praised the Trinbagonians for their deserved success.

Nero bats through the innings to lead Vincentians to 156-6

Kingstown, St Vincent: Juliana Nero made a brilliant 85 not out as St Vincent and the Grenadines posted a challenging 156-6 off their 50 overs against Trinidad and Tobago in the final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League at Arnos Vale Playing Field 1, on Wednesday.

Vincentians, Trinidadians ready for showpiece final of Women's League

Kingstown, St Vincent: The stage is all set for the final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League. On Wednesday defending champions Trinidad and Tobago will face host nation St Vincent and the Grenadines at Arnos Vale Playing Field 1. First ball is 10 am (9 am Jamaica Time).

St Vincent beat Jamaica by 31 runs to reach Women's League final

Kingstown, St Vincent: St Vincent and the Grenadines defeated Jamaica by 31 runs to reach the final of the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2, on Monday. The home side made just 128 off their 50 overs but bounced back to bowl out the highly-fancied Jamaicans for just 97. The star player for the home side was Sheree-Ann John, who made a brave 24 not out and then took two wickets with her medium-pace, to take the Player-of-the-Match award.

Vincentians and Trinis hold the upper hand in Women's semi-finals

Kingston, St Vincent: Jamaica are tottering on 52-6 after 25 overs trying to get a victory target of 129 in 50 overs against St Vincent and the Grenadines in their semi-final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League. Carrying the fight for Jamaica is left-hander Shanel Daley who is on 22 not out at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2. The Jamaicans will now need to get 77 runs in the last 25 overs, while the home side will be looking to get the last four wickets and secure a spot in Wednesday’s final.

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