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New Zealand arrive to face Windies

Kingston, Jamaica – New Zealand women’s cricket team arrived in Jamaica on Tuesday  for what their coach Katrina Keenan believes will be a tough series against West Indies Women.

Keenan, who said “women’s cricket is getting very competitive internationally” believes the series in the Caribbean, which includes One-Day International against the West Indies and a Twenty20 Series with West Indies and England, will come down to the team that prepared the best.

Winfield named in England squad

York Press article.

London, England - Stamford Bridge cricketer Lauren Winfield is heading for the West Indies for this month’s tour with the England women’s squad.

Dynamic Deandra wants to score big

KINGSTON, Jamaica – World-record holder Deandra Dottin has set herself a target of scoring most runs in the upcoming One-Day International Series against New Zealand. The seven-match series starts at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday. First ball is 9 am (10 am Eastern Caribbean Time).

Rain keeps girls indoors

KINGSTON, Jamaica – West Indies women’s team second practice match was again affected by rain here at Sabina Park in Kingston on Monday.

Dottin hits form ahead of series opener

Jamaica Gleaner article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Deandra Dottin warmed up for West Indies home series against New Zealand with an impressive display at Sabina Park yesterday.

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