West Indies possesses one of the leading women cricketers in the world. Stafanie Taylor is rated the top all-rounder in the women’s game, more than 200 Reliance ICC ODI Rankings points ahead of Australia’s Ellyse Perry. Taylor, who is 22 and made her West Indies debut when only 17, is also the number 1 ODI bowler in the world and sits at number 4 in the batting rankings. Taylor is one of only six female batters to have scored 4,000 or more ODI runs, and is the third highest T20I run-scorer with 1,321 runs (as of February 10), including 11 half-centuries. West Indies has solid tournament pedigree, having been runner-up in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 and a semi-finalist in both the previous two ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournaments. In the ICC World Twenty 2010, Deandra Dottin became the first woman to score a century in a T20I when she made 112 not out off 45 balls with seven fours and nine sixes against South Africa in the group stage in St Kitts. In October 2013, West Indies won a T20 tri-series tournament involving England and New Zealand.