Barbados allrounder Hayley Matthews and Stacy Ann King have been included in a 14-member Windies Women squad to tour Ireland and England from May 21-June 26.

Barbados swept aside Guyana to add the Cricket West Indies Women’s T20 Blaze title to the Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s Super50 title they won over a week ago.

Hayley Matthews won two of the top prizes at the prize-giving ceremony of the 2019 Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s Super50 Cup on Tuesday.

A mammoth score and centuries from Shemaine Campbelle and Stafanie Taylor and a record score highlighted the second round of the Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s Super50 Cup on Tuesday.

Trinidad and Tobago will take on Guyana, the Leeward Islands play Barbados, while Jamaica will go up against the Windward Islands when the annual Windies Women’s Championships bowl off in Guyana on Sunday, March 17 in Guyana.

Windies Women’s captain Stafanie Taylor said her team will not be taking Pakistan for granted as the two teams prepare to square off in three ODI matches in Dubai beginning on Thursday morning Jamaica time.

The Windies Women are back in Dubai after a 2-1 T20 International series win over Pakistan Women in Karachi over the weekend. 

West Indies Women will play three T20 Internationals in Pakistan on January 31, February 1 and 3, respectively. However, they will do so without the services of their captain Stafanie Taylor.

The Windies top order came to the party to post their highest Twenty20 International total of 187/5, and backed it up with a dominant performance on the field to wrap up an 83-run win over Sri Lanka in Match 16 of the ICC Women's World T20 and seal their spot in the semi-final. 

Barbadian batter Hayley Matthews said being made vice-captain of the Windies women for the ICC World Women’s T20 Tournament will ultimately make her a better player.

South Africa’s women will leave the Caribbean without losing a series after rebounding from 2-0 down in a five-match affair against the Windies with an exciting three-wicket victory on Saturday in Tarouba, Trinidad. 

Windies Women opening bat Hayley Matthews believes playing at home in the ICC World Women’s T20 Championship will be something special for her and her teammates.

The Windies Women lead the South Africa team 1-0 in their five-match T20I series after coming from 1-0 down to tie their ODI series 1-1. All the indicators suggest a more confident Windies side, the South Africans will find it hard to get the better of.

The Windies women have taken the momentum from their final-game win in an ODI series against South Africa in the Caribbean to win the first game of the follow-up T20 series. Barry Wilkinson believes if this is to continue, Hayley Matthews, Deandra Dottin, and Stafanie Taylor will have to do well.

Barry Wilkinson takes a look at Windies opener Hayley Matthews, whose first century brought the Windies women back to a 1-1 tie in an ODI series  against South Africa.

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