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Taylor hails strong Windies batting

MUMBAI, India – Stafanie Taylor said everything fell into place, as West Indies Women continued their dominance over Sri Lanka Women, crushing them by 209 runs in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 on Sunday.

Taylor’s best cuts down Sri Lanka

MUMBAI, India – Stafanie Taylor underlined her enormous value with a career-best, fourth Women’s One-day International hundred to be the cornerstone of a commanding, 209-run victory for West Indies Women over Sri Lanka Women in the ICC Women’s World Cup on Sunday.

Windies Women take first knock

Mumbai, India – West Indies Women were sent into bat first against Sri Lanka Women in their second Group A ICC Women’s World Cup match on Sunday at the Middle Income Group Ground in Mumbai India.

West Indies will be looking to rebound in a string way after they lost their first match against India while Sri Lanka pulled off a upset win by 1 wicket off the last ball against defending champions England.

Windes aim to tame buoyant Sri Lanka

MUMBAI, India – Merissa Aguillera said West Indies Women are fully aware of what will be required for them to land a crucial victory in their second match of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 against Sri Lanka Women on Sunday at the Middle Income Group Ground here.

Windies girls won't be daunted

MUMBAI, India, CMC – Captain Merissa Aguilleira says West Indies have not been daunted by their opening loss to Australia and remain confident they can hit back and still qualify for the Super Six, second round stage of the ICC Women’s World Cup.

The Caribbean side suffered a heavy 105-run loss to Australia in the tournament opener on Thursday, leaving them bottom of the four-team Group A without a point with just two games remaining.

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