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Aguilleira - We need to be more patient

CUTTACK, India - West Indies Women’s captain Merissa Aguilleira says her team can ill-afford to make mistakes facing an uphill task through the supers six phase of the ICC Women’s World Cup .

West Indies women have four points and will need to topple two former champions New Zealand and Australia to advance.

Aguilleira optimistic after winning start

CUTTACK, India – West Indies Women’s captain Merissa Aguilleira said she was happy to start the Super Six stage of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 with a victory over South Africa Women on Friday.

Windies Women see off South Africa

CUTTACK, India – West Indies Women survived a batting slump before steadying themselves to beat South Africa Women by two wickets in their opening Super Six game of the ICC Women’s World Cup here Friday.

Men bat; Women field

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - West Indies Men won the toss in the 4th One Day International against Australia being played in Sydney and elected to bat first. Chris Gayle failed a late fitness test and was replaced by Johnson Charles. Narsingh Deonarine also made the Starting XI.

Campbell urges Windies Girls to focus

MUMBAI, India – West Indies Women’s coach Sherwin Campbell said his side had the capacity to beat any team on any given day, but they had to show more consistency.

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