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Taylor has eyes on a ton as Jamaica power ahead against St Lucia

Kingstown, St Vincent: Jamaica captain Stafanie Taylor continued her good form with her second consecutive half-century in the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League on Friday. The 19-year-old right-hander has so far reached 73 not out to pilot Jamaica to 167-3 in the 29th over against St Lucia at Victoria Park. She has a golden opportunity of getting a century as the match has been reduced to 37 overs per side after rain.

Record partnership leads Guyana girls to 176-1 against Grenada

Guyana batted very well on the second day of the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League rattling up 176-1 off 50 overs against Grenada at Stubbs on Friday. Led by experienced opener June Ogle-Thomas and captain Shemaine Campbell they made the tournament's highest score to date. Ogle-Thomas made 81 not out, while Campbell, the teenaged West Indies player, finished on 64 not out. The pair added a record unbeaten 161 for the second wicket after the only wicket to fall went by the run out route.

Bajan openers off to great start against Dominicans

The Barbados opener Kycia Knight and Charlene Taitt have given their team a good start in their West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League match against Dominica on Friday. The two have so far put on 62 off just 9.2 overs but there was a break in play due to rain at Arnos Vale 2. Knight, who is a national representative in track and field and football, is on 31 not out, while Taitt, who has played 16 ODIs for the West Indies, is on 20 not out.

Trinis bat first against Vincentians in Women's League

Kingstown, St Vincent: Today is the second day of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League. It was a great opening day on Thursday with a number of fantastic performances and more are in store today from the leading female players in the Caribbean.

Jamaicans and Trinis win on opening day of Women's League

Kingstown, St Vincent: Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago got off to a winning start as they defeated Guyana by 41 runs on the opening day of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League on Thursday. Led by captain Anisa Mohammed and leading batter Stacy-Ann King, the Trinis had to dig deep at various stages in the match, but eventually won easily at Victoria Park.

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