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Cricket mourns the death of David Shepherd

LONDON, England -- International Cricket Council President David Morgan has expressed his sadness at the death of one of the great umpires of all time, David Shepherd, who has passed away at the age of 68.

“David was a true gentleman of the game,” said Mr Morgan upon hearing the news. “He was a fine player and a match official of the very highest quality. He will be remembered fondly by players, spectators and administrators who saw him as a great entertainer but also as one of the best umpires the game has ever seen,” he said.

WICB Congratulates West Indies Women's Team

CASTRIES, St. Lucia -- “On behalf of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and cricket lovers of the Caribbean I wish to congratulate you on your outstanding performances in South Africa. This series victory on foreign soil is a very good achievement and is a positive step ahead of Women’s Cricket in the Caribbean. It clearly shows that you have the ability to perform at the highest level as you showcased your God-given talent.

Mohammed makes it a magical Monday for Windies girls

CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- What started out as an ordinary Monday morning turned into an extra-ordinary Monday afternoon for West Indies Vice Captain Anisa Mohammed.

The talented off-spinner took an amazing 5-10 off four overs as the West Indies girls trounced South Africa to win the second Twenty20 International by 13 runs and with it took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

Little Campbelle spins West Indies to big win

PAARL, South Africa -- Leg-spinner Shemaine Campbelle starred with the ball on Sunday as the West Indies Women beat South Africa by six wickets in the first Twenty20 International.

Playing at Boland Bank Park in Paarl in the Western Cape, the Guyanese teenager took 3-7 from four overs as the Proteas made 93-8 off their 20 overs. She was supported by Stafanie Taylor (2-2) and Shanel Daley (2-18).

West Indies opener Stafanie Taylor has achieved a career-best ranking

DUBAI, UAE -- West Indies opener Stafanie Taylor has achieved a career-best ranking in the Reliance Mobile ICC ODI Women’s Player Rankings after a good series against South Africa which ended in Cape Town on Friday.

South Africa won the four-match series 2-1 after the last game of the series ended in a thrilling tie as Alicia Smith conceded just one-run in the 50th over after the West Indies needed two for victory.

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