Windies Mens Team

Taylor stars with 147 as Windies girls humble the Netherlands

Potchefstroom, South Africa – Teenaged opener Stafanie Taylor slammed a brilliant century to propel West Indies women to a 148-run victory over the Netherlands in their opening game of the ICC Women's Challenge at the Witrand CC on Wednesday. The right-hander from Jamaica hammered a career-best 147 as the Windies rattled up 283-6 off their 50 overs.

Garner and Walsh all smiles as they enter ICC Hall of Fame

Bengaluru, India - West Indies fast bowling legends Joel Garner and Courtney Walsh are both thrilled to have been inducted into the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame. The duo, who were members of the all-conquering West Indies Team under Clive Lloyd, received their Hall of Fame caps at the ICC's annual awards ceremony in Bengaluru, India on Wednesday night.

Taylor scores second ODI century as Windies rattle up 283-6

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies star player Stafanie Taylor made a record-breaking century against the Netherlands on Wednesday as the Windies made a great start to the ICC Challenge at the Witrand CC in Potchefstroom. Taylor, the 19-year-old right-hander made a career-best 147 as the West Indies made 283-6 off their 50 overs. She struck 15 boundaries and a six off just 141 balls to guide the innings.

Windies Stafanie Taylor in line of major ICC award

Bengaluru, India – Stafanie Taylor, the talented West Indies batter, will know on Wednesday if she is the winner of the coveted International Cricket Council's Women's Cricketer of the Year award. The 19-year-old Jamaican has had a bumper year and is now ranked in the Top 10 of the ICC Women's batting rankings. She is presently in Potchefstroom, South Africa with the West Indies team playing in the ICC Women's Challenge. The Windies will have their first match in Wednesday against the Netherlands.

Track and field icon Campbell-Brown bats for women's retainer contracts

Kingston, Jamaica - UNESCO Champion for Sports Ambassador, Veronica Campbell-Brown, has reacted with joy to news coming out of the West Indies Cricket Board that they have awarded retainer contracts for six female cricketers in the region.The double Olympic and IAAF world champion said such contracts were necessary for those involved in sports.


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