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Cricket West Indies Announces Women’s T20I Squad To Face Australia Women

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados- Cricket West Indies (CWI) Interim Selection Panel named an unchanged 13-member West Indies Women squad to face Australia Women in three Twenty 20 Internationals at the Kensington Oval in Barbados, on September 14, 16 and 18.

The team consists of the same thirteen players who were selected for the third Colonial Medical Insurance One Day International versus Australia Women in Antigua on September 11. The team will be captained by Stafanie Taylor. 

Young debutants Shabika Gajnabi and Sheneta Grimmond impressed selectors and spectators alike with their fearless approach to the Aussies, the pair posted one of the highest West Indies Women’s partnerships of 59 runs in the ODI series. The athletic Britney Cooper who replaced Kycia Knight who suffered a lower back injury in the first match, made an instant impact during the team’s fielding in the third match.

The West Indies Women will play Australia in three T20Is on September 14,16,18 at the Kensington Oval at 7:00pm each match day. Tickets are available to buy online via the Buy Tickets button on www.windiescricket.com  and at the local box office at the Kensington Oval. Tickets cost just US $5.00/ BD$10.00.

FULL SQUAD:

  1. Stafanie Taylor (Captain)
  2. Anisa Mohammed
  3. Afy Fletcher 
  4. Chinelle Henry 
  5. Shamilia Connell 
  6. Stacy Ann King
  7. Natasha McLean
  8. Britney Cooper
  9. Kyshona Knight 
  10. Reniece Boyce 
  11. Karishma Ramharack 
  12. Shabika Gajnabi
  13. Sheneta Grimmond

WEST INDIES WOMEN vs AUSTRALIA WOMEN: SCHEDULE 2019
DATEFORMATVENUE & TIME
Thursday, 5 September1st COLONIAL MEDICAL INSURANCE ODI (DAY/NIGHT)Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua, 2:00pm- Australia won by 178 runs
Sunday, 8 September2nd COLONIAL MEDICAL INSURANCE ODISir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua, 9:30am- Australia won by 151 runs
Wednesday, 11 September3rd COLONIAL MEDICAL INSURANCE ODISir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua, 9:30am- Australia won by 8 wickets
Saturday, 14 September1st T20IKensington Oval, Barbados, 7:00pm
Monday, 16 September2nd T20IKensington Oval, Barbados,  7:00pm
Wednesday, 18 September3rd T20IKensington Oval, Barbados,  7:00pm
   

-CWI

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