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Windies girls dominate Pakistan

Dhaka, Bangladesh -- West Indies Women easily beat Pakistan Women in their second match of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2013 qualifiers on Thursday.

Playing at BKSP 3, with Sana Mir winning the toss and electing to bat against Merissa Aguilleira’s side, the Pakistani batting attack struggled against a fine performance of spin bowling of Anisa Mohammed who walked away with five wickets for 26 runs off 10 overs to claim the Player-of-the-Match award.

WI Women crush Ireland

Dhaka, Bangladesh – West Indies made a sensational start to the International Cricket Council’s Women’s World Cup 2013 qualifiers with a whopping 213-run victory over Ireland on Monday.

Led by a record opening stand of 204 in 37.3 overs between Stafanie Taylor and Juliana Nero, Windies amassed 276-4 off their 50 overs at the Krira Shikkha Protisthan Number 3 Ground.

Taylor focussed on top spot

Dhaka, Bangladesh – In addition to helping her team win the Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, West Indies super batswoman Stafanie Taylor is planning to use the tournament to push closer towards securing the number one ranking in women’s cricket.

“I want to secure the number one position in batting for women’s cricket,” a confident Taylor said.

Sammy wishes girls well

Dhaka, Bangladesh -- Ten women’s teams are in Bangladesh for the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2011, which starts on Monday, and some of the men’s team captains have sent good luck messages to their female counterparts as they strive to qualify for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2013.

15 yr old surprised to be WI player

Bridgetown, Barbados – Fifteen year old West Indies Women leg spinner Shaquana Quintyne was surprised to have commenced her international career during her tender teenage years.

“I never thought I would play for the West Indies so soon, I was thinking more like when I was 19 or so but now that I have made the team it is a dream come true and I want to ensure that I do the hard work to maintain my position,” the affable and eloquent teenager said.

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