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Women's captains speak on HIV/AIDS

Dhaka, Bangladesh -- The female captains of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, West Indies and South Africa today visited centre for persons living with HIV and AIDS in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Salma Khatun, Dilani Manodara, Sana Mir, Merissa Aguilleira and Mignon du Preez met with women and children who are either suffering or are affected by HIV and AIDS at a specialist centre run by UNICEF and works in conjunction with UNAIDS, the ICC’s official partner in the global fight against HIV and AIDS.

Windies Women qualify in style

MIRPUR, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies emphatically qualified for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 after recording their fourth consecutive win by an 80-run margin over Bangladesh in the World Cup Qualifier here on Sunday.

WI Women chase 4th straight win

DHAKA, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies Women will not be intimidated by Bangladesh’s home advantage as they go in search of their straight win in the International Cricket Council World Cup qualifiers here Sunday.

Captain Merissa Aguillera said her side was confident especially coming off the string of victories so far in the tournament and would look to dictate the game to the Bangladeshis at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.

Windies Women crush Japan

FATULLAH, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies Women stormed to their third straight win of the ICC Women’s World Cup qualifiers, when they crushed minnows Japan by 10 wickets on Friday.

Playing at the Narayanganj Osmani Stadium, West Indies bundled out Japan for a meagure 71 off 38.2 overs and then strolled to their target off 16.3 overs.

Their victory followed a solid eight-wicket win over Pakistan on Thursday and an equally uncomplicated 213-run win against Ireland on Tuesday.

Windies girls dismiss Japan

Fatullah, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies Women stormed to their third straight win of the ICC Women’s World Cup qualifiers, when they crushed minnows Japan by 10 wickets on Friday.

Playing at the Narayanganj Osmani Stadium, West Indies bundled out Japan for a meagure 71 off 38.2 overs and then strolled to their target off 16.3 overs.

Their victory followed a solid eight-wicket win over Pakistan on Thursday and an equally uncomplicated 213-run win against Ireland on Tuesday.

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