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Squads and schedules announced for Women’s T20I tri-series

Tournament will be played under floodlights at Kensington Oval from October 14 to 26

Squads and schedules announced for Women’s T20I tri-series - Cricket News
West Indies women to host New Zealand women and England women in a T20 tri-series.
The Women’s Twenty20 International tri-series tournament between West Indies Women, New Zealand Women and England Women is set to kick off on Monday (14 October) at the Kensington Oval under the lights.

Chinelle Henry, the 18-year-old top-order batter, has been named in the West Indies squad, while Stacy Ann-King makes a comeback after a year-long break. Merissa Aguilleira will continue to lead the side while Shemaine Campbelle, Shanel Daley, Stafanie Taylor, Shaquana Quintyne, Anisa Mohammed will be part of the core of the side.

New Zealand’s Maddie Green, who last played in 2012 and has only been a part of two T20Is since she made her debut, made a return to the for the T20I tri-series. Erin Bermingham who was dropped for the ICC Women’s World Cup earlier this year, has been named in the Suzie Bates-led side, while Kate Broadmore, the allrounder, is unavailable due to academic commitments.

Charlotte Edwards, who captained England to the final of both the ICC Women’s World Cup and the ICC Women’s World Twenty20, will continue to lead England. The 14-player squad was picked from a 21-player England Women’s Performance Squad for 2013-14. Kate Cross and Beth Langston, who are both uncapped players, have also earned call-ups to the squad. Among established players, Laura Marsh, Katherine Brunt, Anya Shrubsole and Heather Knight have not been included, to allow them to recover from injuries sustained during the Women’s Ashes. Arran Brindle was left out due to personal reasons.    

WEST INDIES: Merissa Aguilleira (capt, wk), Shemaine Campbelle, Shanel Daley, Deandra Dottin, Chinelle Henry, Stacy-Ann King, Kyshona Knight, Anisa Mohammed, Juliana Nero, Shaquana Quintyne, Tremayne Smartt, Shakera Selman, Stafanie Taylor.

Coach: Sherwin Campbell

NEW ZEALAND: Suzie Bates (capt), Erin Bermingham, Nicola Browne, Rachel Candy, Sophie Devine, Natalie Dodd, Maddy Green, France MacKay, Morna Nielsen, Katie Perkins, Rachel Priest (wk), Sian Ruck, Amy Satterwaite, Lea Tahuhu.

Coach: Katrina Keegan

ENGLAND: Charlotte Edwards (capt), Tamsin Tilley Beaumont (wk), Holly Colvin, Kate Cross, Natasha Farrant, Lydia Greenaway, Jenny Gunn, Danielle Hazell, Amy Jones, Beth Langston, Natalie Sciver, Sarah Taylor, Laura Winfield, Danielle Wyatt.

Coach: Paul Shaw

The matches are scheduled to begin at 6 pm (Jamaica time).


Schedule and officials:

October 14 (Monday): West Indies vs New Zealand

Umpires: Gregory Brathwaite, Joel Wilson

Television umpire: Peter Nero

Fourth official: Ryan Willoughby

Match manager: Mervyn Jones


October 16 (Wednesday): New Zealand vs England

Umpires: Peter Nero, Gregory Brathwaite

Television umpire: Joel Wilson

Fourth official: Ryan Willoughby

Match manager: Mervyn Jones

 
October 18 (Friday): West Indies vs England

Umpires: Peter Nero, Joel Wilson

Television umpire: Gregory Brathwaite

Fourth official: Troy Tudor

Match manager: Mervyn Jones


October 20 (Sunday): West Indies vs New Zealand

Umpires: Gregory Brathwaite, Peter Nero

Television umpire: Joel Wilson

Fourth official: Kevin Sisnett

Match manager: Carlyle Carter


October 22 (Tuesday): England vs New Zealand

Umpires: Joel Wilson, Peter Nero

Television umpire: Gregory Brathwaite

Fourth official: Jonathan Blades

Match manager: Carlyle Carter

 
October 24 (Thursday): West Indies vs England

Umpires: Joel Wilson, Gregory Brathwaite

Television umpire: Peter Nero

Fourth official: Jonathan Blades

Match manager:  Carlyle Carter

 
October 26 (Saturday): Final

Umpires: Peter Nero, Joel Wilson

Television umpire: Gregory Brathwaite

Fourth official: Jonathan Blades

Match manager: Mervyn Jones

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