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Stafanie Taylor: I feel good!

Potchefstroom, South Africa – Stafanie Taylor, the West Indies opening batter, said she enjoyed her knock against the Netherlands on Wednesday and will be looking for more big scores in the upcoming matches of the International Cricket Council's Women's Challenge. The 19-year-old right-hander cracked a career-best 147 as the Windies girls won their opening match by 148 runs at the Witrand CC.

WICB salutes Walsh & Garner

St John's' Antigua - West Indies Cricket Board President, Dr Julian Hunte has congratulated fast bowling legends Courtney Walsh and Joel Garner on their induction into the International Cricket Council’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday. The two giants of the game, who were members of the all-conquering West Indies Team under Clive Lloyd, received their Hall of Fame caps at the ICC Annual Awards ceremony in Bengaluru, India.

Garner and Walsh all smiles as they enter ICC Hall of Fame

Bengaluru, India - West Indies fast bowling legends Joel Garner and Courtney Walsh are both thrilled to have been inducted into the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame. The duo, who were members of the all-conquering West Indies Team under Clive Lloyd, received their Hall of Fame caps at the ICC's annual awards ceremony in Bengaluru, India on Wednesday night.

Track and field icon Campbell-Brown bats for women's retainer contracts

Kingston, Jamaica - UNESCO Champion for Sports Ambassador, Veronica Campbell-Brown, has reacted with joy to news coming out of the West Indies Cricket Board that they have awarded retainer contracts for six female cricketers in the region.The double Olympic and IAAF world champion said such contracts were necessary for those involved in sports.

Gayle at the helm as Jamaica name 14-man squad for WICB 50-Over Tourney

Kingston, Jamaica - The Jamaica Cricket Association selectors on Tuesday announced a 14-man squad for the West Indies Cricket Board's 50-Over Tournament to be played in Jamaica from October 14 to 24. Chris Gayle, the powerful left-handed opener and one of the most feared batsmen in world cricket, will lead the side. He returns to the helm and takes over from Tamar Lambert who led the side in the WICB’s Caribbean T20 tournament played in July and August.

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