New Zealand qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2010 after recording its second successive victory at Warner Park, St Kitts on Saturday.

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Australia and West Indies women qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 which will staged in St Lucia alongside the men’s tournament on 13 and 14 May.

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New International Cricket Council’s ThinkWise champion Stafanie Taylor visited a community project in St Kitts this week to show her support for cricket’s global HIV and AIDS campaign.

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The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the West Indies men’s team have congratulated Deandra Dottin on her amazing century for West Indies Women against South Africa Women in the opening match of the ICC World T20 Tournament.

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First ever century by a woman cricketer in Twenty20 cricket, the Barbadian struck seven fours and nine sixes to finish 112 not out against South Africa.

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Stafanie Taylor is having the kind of year that cricketers dream about – she is one of the top five ICC ODI allrounders, in the Top 10 among batters

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Darren Sammy, the hero of West Indies’ opening victory in the ICC World Twenty20 on Friday, has put out a rallying call to all fans across the region to follow the lead of the Guyanese and continue to ‘Bring It’ to the tournament.

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ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat congratulated the cricket lovers of Guyana for creating a special atmosphere on a thrilling opening day of the ICC World Twenty20 2010 at the National Stadium in Georgetown.

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As the eyes of the cricketing world turn towards the West Indies for the latest edition of the ICC World Twenty20, ICC President David Morgan says the event is a chance to celebrate the unique contribution cricket in the Caribbean makes to the global game.

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The West Indies Cricket Board’s selection panel has named left-handed opening batsman Omar Phillips to replace Adrian Barath in the West Indies A Team for the upcoming tour of Bangladesh.

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