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Windies Women aim for lead

ST JOHN’S — The West Indies women would be looking to take the lead when they meet India in the third of their five match T20 series in Dominica today. The local girls won the opening match convincingly before falling by three runs in the second game in St John’s on Sunday. Not even a late cameo from vice-captain Anisa Mohammed could prevent West Indies from defeat.

Windies girls working hard under lights

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Women’s team have a tough assignment ahead of them in the coming weeks but they believe the hard work they have put in over the last 12 days will pay dividends in the upcoming series against India Women.

Anisa looks to be World Number 4

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Anisa Mohammed said she was planning to use the forthcoming home series against India Women to move up the world rankings. The West Indies Women’s off-spinner said she hoped to displace England’s Laura Marsh as the fourth-ranked One-Day International bowler in the World.

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