Hayley Mathews and Stafanie Taylor starred with both the bat and the ball as West Indies Women defeated Bangladesh Women by 49 runs in the Group B encounter of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Chennai.
Chris Gayle struck a 47-ball hundred, his second T20I century, as England’s bowling attack was shredded down in Mumbai, with West Indies comfortably chasing down a tall order of 183 runs as Chetan Narula looked on.
Stafanie Taylor led the way with a knock of 40 runs while Anisa Mohammed took three wickets as West Indies Women held their nerve to clinch a four-run victory against Pakistan Women in the third match in Group B of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Chennai.
West Indies Twenty20 International captain Darren Sammy lauded his team's fight back as they came from behind to register a three-wicket win against Australia in the warm-up match of the ICC World T20 in Kolkata.
After Josh Hazlewood wrecked West Indies with a hat-trick, skipper Darren Sammy played a captain’s knock by scoring a 28-ball fifty and led his team to a three-wicket win over Australia in a chase of 162 runs in the warm-up match of the ICC World Twenty20 in Kolkata.
A collective bowling effort from South Africa Women bowlers saw them defend 119 against West Indies Women successfully by four runs in the third Twenty20 International in Cape Town and completed a 2-1 series victory.
Three of the five World Cups have been won by sub-continental teams. There is a good chance the sixth edition of the tournament that goes underway from 8th March will also be won by a sub-continental team, hosts India.
Darren Sammy and Ashley Nurse played crucial cameos as West Indies went on to chase down a target of 158 runs in 18.5 overs to secure a three-wicket win against Warwickshire in the second Twenty20 match in Dubai.
Stafanie Taylor struck a fluent fifty and went on to take two wickets as West Indies Women posted a target of 144 runs and then bowled South Africa Women out for 98 runs, securing a 45-run victory in the second Twenty20 International in Durban, which helped the visitors level the series 1-1.