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Mohammed destroys Pakistan again

Kingstown, St Vincent, CMC – Another spectacular bowling spell from Anisa Mohammed swept West Indies Women to an 89-run victory over Pakistan Women in the second One-Day International on Tuesday.

Mohammed followed up her five for five in the first match, with five for seven from 10 overs, as West Indies Women successfully defended a victory target of 176 at the Arnos Vale Multiplex.

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"Sagicor HPC work paid off" - Nkrumah Bonner

 

St John’s, Antigua– Jamaican all rounder Nkrumah Bonner, who was today named on the West Indies Twenty20 squad for two matches against England has said that his time at the Sagicor High Performance Centre has helped his game significantly.

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Bascombe, Charles, Bonner & Christian get WI T20 call up

 

St John’s, Antigua– Opening batsmen Miles Bascombe and Johnson Charles along with all rounder Nkrumah Bonner and wicketkeeper Derwin Christian have been called to the West Indies Twenty20 squad to play against England in September.

Dwayne Smith, the Barbadian all rounder, makes a return to the Windies team while pacer Fidel Edwards gets a Twenty20 selection after returning to Test cricket earlier this year.

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Windies Women get mental boost to face Pakistan

 

Kingstown, St Vincent– The WICB has engaged Sports Performance Psychologist Jocelyne Brooks to work with the West Indies Women’s Team during their preparatory camp in St Vincent prior to their series against Pakistan.

“With her vast experience and wide skill set Jocelyne will certainly be able to assist the players in their mental preparation for the tough series against Pakistan and the World Cup qualifiers later this year,” WICB Player Relations Officer Ayana Cooper said.

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Alleyne's class gives Bajans 305 lead

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Anthony Alleyne and Shane Parris stroked half-centuries to put Barbados within sight of victory against Windward Islands on the second day of their first round, WICB Regional Under-19 Championship match on Tuesday.

The left-handed Alleyne played some well-timed strokes in a typically attractive 79 while opener Parris got 60, as Barbados finished the day on 292 for eight in their second innings, an overall lead of 305 runs.

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