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Awesome Anisa rises to No. 5

West Indies Women’s offspinner Anisa Mohammed rose five places to a career-best fifth in the latest ICC ODI Bowling Rankings after a strong showing in the team’s 3-1 series victory over Pakistan, which finished on Saturday. The Player-of-the-Series snared 14 victims in four matches at just 3.57 apiece, which earned her 37 rating points for a total of 606. She eclipsed her teammate Stafanie Taylor (603), who moved up two spots to sixth after taking five wickets at 9.60.
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Cudjoe leads TT Under 19 girls to Guyana

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Tinesha Cudjoe, captain of the T&T Women’s Cricket Association (TTWCA) under-19 team, will lead a 13-member squad which leaves tomorrow for a weekend tour in Guyana at 12.55pm. The under-19 team will play against Guyana’s under-19 team during the Pakistan vs West Indies Women’s T20 series. The under-19 women will play on Saturday and Sunday before the feature games between Pakistan and the Windies women. The team is expected to return home at 11.05 am on Monday -First published in the Trinidad Guardian

Simmons spanks Guyana as TT cruise

Twenty-six year old West Indies player Lendl Simmons smashed seven fours and six sixes in a belligerent 47-ball 88 to spearhead Caribbean T20 champions Trinidad and Tobago to a 56-run victory on the Duckworth/Lewis system in their T20 practice match at Bourda yesterday. A small but vocal crowd saw T&T reach 144-5 in 15.3 overs on a good track for batting and fast outfield before rain ended their innings.

King powers Windies to 2-0 in T20s

GRENVILLE, Grenada, CMC – A purposeful, unbeaten 32 from Stacy-Ann King formalised a four-wicket victory for West Indies Women over Pakistan Women in a low-scoring second Twenty20 International on Tuesday. King led the way for the Windies Women, as they successfully chased a paltry 66 for victory, winning with seven balls remaining at Progress Park in this rural community. Pakistan Women, choosing to bat, had been dismissed for 65 in 19.5 overs – no batter reached 20.
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Simmons ton not enough as St Catherine triumph

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,  CMC – St. Catherine defied a typically stylish 120 from Lendl Simmons, and were crowned the new Barbados Cricket Association Super Cup One-day champions, following a one-wicket victory over Carlton on Sunday.

Chasing 231 for victory from their allocation of 50 overs, St. Catherine reached their target with six balls remaining in the Final at Kensington Oval.

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