Windies Mens Team

Windies Stafanie Taylor in line of major ICC award

Bengaluru, India – Stafanie Taylor, the talented West Indies batter, will know on Wednesday if she is the winner of the coveted International Cricket Council's Women's Cricketer of the Year award. The 19-year-old Jamaican has had a bumper year and is now ranked in the Top 10 of the ICC Women's batting rankings. She is presently in Potchefstroom, South Africa with the West Indies team playing in the ICC Women's Challenge. The Windies will have their first match in Wednesday against the Netherlands.

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.

WICB announcements following Board Meeting

Bridgetown, Barbados - Following the meeting of the Board of Directors on October 1st and 2nd CEO of the WICB, Dr Ernest Hilaire, on Sunday, made the following announcements at the post Board Meeting press conference in Barbados:


WICB announces list of contracted players for 2010 - 2011

St John's, Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board announces the following players have signed Central Retainer Contracts for the period October 1 2010 to September 30 2011:

Taylor full of confidence as Windies girls gather for camp

Bridgetown, Barbados: The members of the West Indies Women's team will assemble in Barbados on Friday as they start a preparation camp ahead of their tour of South Africa. The Windies girls will be under the supervision of coach Sherwin Campbell as they get ready for the International Cricket Council’s Women’s Challenge. The tournament will be played in Potchefstroom from October 6 to 16.


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