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Windies Women to start South Africa tour on Monday

NATASHA BECKLES, natashabeckles@nationnews.com

Added 21 February 2016

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Stafanie Taylor will captain the squad. (FP)

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa –  The West Indies women are in South Africa for a series of One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 matches.

The tour is part of their preparation for the ICC World Twenty20 Championship next month in India.

The opening match will be on Monday against the Eastern Province Women’s team at Fort Hare.

The Windies are scheduled to play four ODIs and three T20s against the Proteas Women.

First ball is 10 a.m. (4 a.m. Eastern Caribbean Time/3 a.m. Jamaica Time). (PR)

SQUAD

Stafanie Taylor (captain)

Shakera Selman (vice-captain) 

Merissa Aguilleira

Shemaine Campbelle

Shamilia Connell

Britney Cooper

Deandra Dottin

Afy Fletcher

Stacy-Ann King

Kycia Knight

Kyshona Knight

Hayley Matthews

Anisa Mohammed

Shaquana Quintyne

Tremayne Smartt

Team Management Unit

Vasbert Drakes (head coach)

Ann Browne-John (team operations manager)

Ezra Moseley (assistant coach)

Oba Gulston (physiotherapist)

Hector Martinez-Charles (fitness trainer)

Trent Sargeant (analyst)

 

MATCH SCHEDULES

February

Mon 22: vs Eastern Province Women – University of Fort Hare, Alice

Wed 24: 1st ICC Women’s Championship One-day International – Buffalo Park Cricket Stadium, East London

Sat 27: 2nd ICC Women’s Championship One-day International – Buffalo Park Cricket Stadium, East London

Mon 29: 3rd ICC Women’s Championship One-day International – Buffalo Park Cricket Stadium, East London

March

Fri 4: 1st Twenty20 International – Kingsmead, Durban

Sun 6: 2nd Twenty20 International – Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

Wed 9: 3rd Twenty20 International – Newlands, Cape Town

ICC Women’s World Twenty20

Group “B” Matches

Wed 16: West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women – Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

Sun 20: West Indies Women vs Bangladesh Women – Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

Thu 24: England Women vs West Indies Women – HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala

Sun 27: West Indies Women vs India Women – PCA Stadium, Mohali

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