Dottin Back For West Indies WT20 Bid
West Indies Women have included Deandra Dottin in their 15-strong squad for the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.
Dottin, scorer of the fastest century in Women's Twenty20 International cricket, was suspended earlier this year by the West Indies Cricket Board and missed the recent tour of New Zealand.
The West Indies lost all seven completed games in New Zealand.
West Indies reached the semi-finals of the 2012 event in Sri Lanka, losing to eventual winners Australia, who they met - and lost to again - in last year's 50-over World Cup final in India.
Dottin, slow bowler Anisa Mohammed and all-rounder Stafanie Taylor are among the players who were in the squad two years ago.
Merissa Aguilleira retains the captaincy having taken on the job in 2008.
Vanessa Watts, who made her international debut in New Zealand, misses out as Dottin returns.
Her suspension in January came after the WICB ruled that she had breached their Code of Conduct during a Twenty20 International tri-series with England and New Zealand.
The West Indies begin their campaign against England on 24th March before playing Bangladesh (26th March), Sri Lanka (28th March) and India (1st April).
They will also play warm-up games against Australia on 15th March and South Africa two days afterwards.
West Indies ICC Women's World Twenty20 squad: Merissa Aguilleira (captain, wicket-keeper), Shemaine Campbelle, Shanel Daley, Deandra Dottin, Chinelle Henry, Stacy-Ann King, Kycia Knight (wicket-keeper), Kyshona Knight, Natasa McLean, Anisa Mohammed, Subrina Munroe, Shaquana Quintyne, Shakera Selman, Tremayne Smartt, Stafanie Taylor
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