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Coach Campbell happy with Windies girls preparation for ICC Tourney

Bridgetown, Barbados - After eight days of what he called "hard work and positive results", West Indies Women's coach Sherwin Campbell is confident his team will do very well at the upcoming International Cricket Council's Women's Challenge Tournament in Potchefstroom, South Africa next month. Speaking on Thursday after the third and final warm-up match, Campbell was quite satisfied with the readiness of his players.

Mohammed and Daley on the ball as Windies girls win warm-up

Bridgetown, Barbados - West Indies Women's team continued their preparation for the upcoming tour of South Africa with a comprehensive 57-run win over the Banks CC Invitational XI on Wednesday. The Windies made 130-9 from 40 overs and then bowled well and fielded brilliantly to dismiss the opponents for a mere 73 off 22.3 overs at the Banks Brewery Ground, in St Michael. The home side was made up of several members of the Barbados Women's team as well as male members of the Banks club.

New girl Munroe making the most of every day

Bridgetown, Barbados: Subrina Munroe in the new kid on the block in the West Indies Women's team preparing to tour South Africa next month. After eight years of trying, the strongly-built pacer from New Amsterdam in Guyana, has finally earned a place on the West Indies team. On Saturday she and her team-mates will depart from Barbados for the ICC's Women's Challenge tournament in Potchefstroom.

Preview: Group D (ICC Youth World Cup)

CHRIST CHURCH, New Zealand -- The final group in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup is Group D which features Pakistan along with other Full Members Bangladesh and West Indies, plus Associate qualifier Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Andre Coley, the former Jamaica wicketkeeper, is coach of the West Indies under-19 side following his success at that level with the Jamaica three-day and limited-over sides, and he will be looking to captain Andre Creary for inspiration on the field of play.

Offering a sneak preview of tomorrow?s top cricketers

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand -- A worldwide audience of millions is expected to watch defending champion India take on Afghanistan in the opening match of the ICC U19 ICC Cricket World Cup (U19 CWC) 2010 in New Zealand on 15 January 2010.

ICC’s official broadcast partner and host broadcaster ESPN STAR Sports will be taking coverage of the tournament, via its licensees, to a huge global audience with live broadcasts from all 10 matches to be played at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch, during the 16-day event.


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