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The West Indies Women's team have concluded their tour of New Zealand with a 7-wicket defeat in the 5th T20 International versus New Zealand White Ferns to lose the series 4-0 at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

For only the second time in seven matches, White Ferns Captain, Suzie Bates won the toss and sent the WINDIES women in to bat first on a hot and sunny day in Hamilton.

The defending ICC World T20 Champions had the perfect start when openers, Captain Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews began smashing the ball around the Park, for the fastest opening runs of the WINDIES Women tour. 50 runs came in just 19 minutes from 30 deliveries.

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The ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 will have new winners on Sunday when number one seeds the Windies and second-seeded Afghanistan will face each other in the final at the Harare Sports Club.

This is the Windies’ maiden appearance in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier after they failed to qualify directly for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 by finishing outside the top eight on the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings at the 30 September 2017 cut-off.

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A century by opener Sophie Devine and some calm heads in the field have helped New Zealand to a thrilling one-run win over the West Indies at Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln today.

Having been sent into bat in the opening game of the three-match ICC Women’s Championship (IWC) series, the host’s posted 287-9 from their 50 overs, led by a strong showing from the top order.

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A 12 man squad has been named for the New Zealand XI side to play West Indies in a 50 over warm-up match in Whangarei on Saturday. It will be the West Indies first while ball match of the tour, with their first ODI against the BLACKCAPS to be played on the 20th in Whangarei. 

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Cricket West Indies announced today the schedule for the International Home Series between Windies and Sri Lanka next year. The Windies will face the Sri Lankans next June in three Tests in Trinidad, Barbados and St. Lucia.

Sri Lanka have previously played Tests at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground (formerly Beausejour Cricket Ground) in St. Lucia – but this will be the first time they will play a Test at the iconic Kensington Oval in Barbados.

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Wellington’s Tom Blundell will make his Test debut in the BLACKCAPS first match of the summer against the West Indies this week. Blundell replaces BJ Watling in the side, who is unavailable to wicketkeep in the match due to a hip injury. Fast bowler Lockie Ferguson has also joined the squad to add depth to the seam bowling department.

Selector Gavin Larsen said Blundell had shown a lot of improvement. 

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Patience and persistence, they say, are the providers of progress which Rahkeem Cornwall continues to learn every time he takes the field.

The 24-year-old from Antigua was the most successful Windies “A” bowler in the second “Test” against Sri Lanka “A” which ended in three days last Saturday at the Trelawny Multiplex.

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