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Confident New Zealand arrive

Jamaica Gleaner article.

Kingston, Jamaica - New Zealand's Women's cricket coach, Katrina Keenan, said after taking the off-season to rebuild and prepare, they are looking forward to a rematch with West Indies Women.

New Zealand arrive to face Windies

Kingston, Jamaica – New Zealand women’s cricket team arrived in Jamaica on Tuesday  for what their coach Katrina Keenan believes will be a tough series against West Indies Women.

Keenan, who said “women’s cricket is getting very competitive internationally” believes the series in the Caribbean, which includes One-Day International against the West Indies and a Twenty20 Series with West Indies and England, will come down to the team that prepared the best.

Winfield named in England squad

York Press article.

London, England - Stamford Bridge cricketer Lauren Winfield is heading for the West Indies for this month’s tour with the England women’s squad.

Dynamic Deandra wants to score big

KINGSTON, Jamaica – World-record holder Deandra Dottin has set herself a target of scoring most runs in the upcoming One-Day International Series against New Zealand. The seven-match series starts at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday. First ball is 9 am (10 am Eastern Caribbean Time).

Rain keeps girls indoors

KINGSTON, Jamaica – West Indies women’s team second practice match was again affected by rain here at Sabina Park in Kingston on Monday.

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