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August 16, 2013
West Indies Women will tour New Zealand for three ODIs and five T20Is, beginning on February 26, 2014. The series will follow New Zealand Women's tour of the West Indies, which begins on October 6.
The teams will play three ODIs at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Christchurch, while Queens Park in Invercargill will host the first three Twenty20 matches. The last two matches will be played at the Queenstown Events Centre.
Fixtures: February 26 - 1st ODI; February 28 - 2nd ODI; March 2 - 3rd ODI; March 5 - 1st T20I; March 8 - 2nd T20I; March 9 - 3rd T20I; March 12 - 4th T20I; March 14 - 5th T20I
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