Full name Stafanie Roxann Taylor
Born June 11, 1991, Spanish Town, Jamaica
Current age 24 years 50 days
Major teams Auckland Women, West Indies Women
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|ODI debut||Ireland Women v West Indies Women at Dublin, Jun 24, 2008 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), May 20, 2015 scorecard|
|T20I debut||Ireland Women v West Indies Women at Dublin, Jun 27, 2008 scorecard|
|Last T20I||Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), May 26, 2015 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0/14, 38||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||26 May 2015||WT20I # 306|
|2/20, 59*||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||25 May 2015||WT20I # 305|
|40, 0/15||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||23 May 2015||WT20I # 304|
|8, 1/25||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||20 May 2015||WODI # 948|
|86*, 1/39||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||18 May 2015||WODI # 947|
|43, 0/19||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||15 May 2015||WODI # 946|
|0/24, 1||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||13 May 2015||WODI # 945|
|1/28, 5||WI Women||v Aus Women||Bowral||18 Nov 2014||WODI # 930|
|6, 1/24||WI Women||v Aus Women||Bowral||16 Nov 2014||WODI # 929|
|95, 2/45||WI Women||v Aus Women||Sydney||11 Nov 2014||WODI # 927|
Taylor made her debut for West Indies at 17, on their tour of Europe. She was active on the field in her first one-dayer, against Ireland, taking two catches and effecting a run-out, though she made only 14 in a low-scoring run-chase. Three days later she made an explosive Twenty20 debut against the same opposition, hitting 90 off 49 balls in West Indies' 75-run win.
She took the form to the final ODI of the Ireland leg of the tour, with an unbeaten 66 after opening the batting, as West Indies swept the series 2-0 against Ireland.
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