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WICB extends sympathies on Gene Butler's passing

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board expresses deepest sympathies to the children and relatives of Gene Butler, wife of former West Indies and Trinidad & Tobago cricketer and President of the Leeward Islands Cricket Association Bunny Butler, who passed on Wednesday last.

Gene, who was married to Bunny for over 50 years, was active in the women’s Pokino Group in St John’s and the couple founded the Antigua Hash House Harriers.

Guyana's captain Campbelle cops MVP at WICB Women's League

Kingstown, St Vincent: Shemaine Campbelle, the Guyana captain and allrounder, was named the Most Valuable Player after the conclusion of the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League on Thursday evening in St Vincent. The 17-year-old, right-handed batter, leg-break and googly bowler, who also keeps wicket; was presented with the coveted award at the closing ceremony at the residence of the Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

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.

Cooper star of the show as Trini girls take the title

Kingstown, St Vincent: Britney Cooper, the highly-rated Trinidad and Tobago batter, saved best performance for the biggest occasion as she guided her team to victory in the final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s 50-Over League at Arnos Vale Playing Field 1, on Wednesday. The tall right-hander played some fine strokes to all corners of the ground as she ended on 56 not out to lead the Trinis to 157-7 off 48.1 overs as they overhauled the 156-6 off 50 overs made by the home side.

Trinidad and Tobago take Women's League title with three-wicket win

Kingstown, St Vincent: Trinidad and Tobago are the champions of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League for the second consecutive year. They defeated St Vincent and the Grenadines by three wickets at the Arnos Vale Playing Field on Wednesday. The Trinis ended on 157-7 to win with 17 balls to spare. Britney Cooper won the Player-of-the-Match award for her match-winning innings of 56 not out off 72 balls -- to follow-up the half-century she made in the semi-final against Barbados.


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