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Windies girls thrilled to hear news of Central Retainer Contracts

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies players Merissa Aguilleira and Stafanie Taylor are delighted to hear the news that the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will offer Central Retainer Contracts to six members of the successful West Indies Women's team. Speaking from Potchefstroom, South Africa where they are playing in the ICC Challenge Tournament, the two leading players said the news was well received throughout the entire camp.

Taylor on top of the world as she reaches 1000 landmark

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies batting star Stafanie Taylor is happy to reach 1000 runs in One-Day Internationals. The 19-year-old Jamaica reached the milestone during Thursday's match against Ireland, the second match of the ICC Challenge Tournament. It was her 28th match and in the process she became the youngest woman ever and the first woman from the Caribbean to reach 1000 runs in international cricket.

ICC Challenge Scoreboard: Ireland v West Indies

Full scoreboard from the ICC Women's Challenge One-Day International between West Indies and Ireland at North West University 1 in Potchefstroom, South Africa:
Result: West Indies won by 165 runs
Points: West Indies 2, Ireland 0
Player-of-the-Match: Stafanie Taylor
West Indies
Stafanie Taylor lbw b I Joyce 72
Juliana Nero lbw b Metcalfe 29
Cordel Jack c wk Waldron b Richardson 3
Merrisa Aguilleira run out 44
Deandra Dottin  b Delany 72
Stacy King c I Joyce b McCarthy 19
Shemaine Campbelle not out 17

Daley equals ODI best as Windies win by 165 runs

Potchefstroom, South Africa -- Left-arm spinner Shanel Daley equaled her career-best figures of 4-29 against Ireland on Thursday as the West Indies women beat Ireland women by 165 runs in their ICC Women's Challenge One-Day Imatch at North-West University Ground 2 on Thursday. Daley had identical figures against Pakistan in Sydney two years ago at the ICC World Cup.

Record-breaker Taylor becomes youngest to reach 1000 ODI runs

Potchefstroom, South Africa – West Indies opener Stafanie Taylor created international cricket history on Thursday when she became the youngest woman to make 1000 runs in One-Day Internationals. Playing in her 28th match, 19-year-old Jamaican reached the landmark when she scored 50 against Ireland in the second match of the ICC World Challenge in Potchefstroom, South Africa.


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