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Major changes made in regional structure

Trinidad Express article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Contracted players in every territory. An extended first-class season starting in November.

Morgan, Kirby push Moosai toward TTWCA title

Trinidad Express article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Stellar all-round performances from Jodi-Ann Morgan and Lee-Ann Kirby pushed Moosai Ladies to the brink of claiming the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association (TTWCA) League 40-over Premiership title last weekend.

Twenty players to continue training for WICB Women's tournament in Dominica

Barbados Cricket Association article.

Bridgetown, Barbados - Twenty players have been selected by the Barbados Cricket Association to continue training in preparation for the 2014 WICB Women’s competition in Dominica from August 6 to 24. 

ICC changes will benefit Windies cricket

WICB Media Release.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – President Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron said the amended key principles covering governance, financing and structure recently agreed by the International Cricket Council will allow the West Indies Cricket Board to grow and develop the game in the Caribbean and the Americas far more robustly and vigorously.

2013 – A year of landmark changes

WICB Media Release.

St John’s, Antigua – In reviewing 2013 it is evident that the year was one of landmark changes for West Indies cricket. 

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