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ICC Women's World Cup 2008-09

Nadine George retires ahead of World Cup

Jan 15, 2009: West Indies will be without the experienced Nadine George for the Women's World Cup in Australia in March

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England Women v West Indies Women, 1st ODI, Loughborough

Edwards stars in drizzly encounter

Jul 11, 2008: England's first match against West Indies in 15 years promised much but rain ended proceedings with the home side on 156 for 4, with Charlotte Edwards unbeaten on a classy 60

Jenny Roesler at Loughborough

West Indies women in Europe

George looks forward to Europe tour

Jun 21, 2008: Nadine George, the West Indies women's captain, hopes her side's tour of Ireland, Netherlands and England will not be affected by the team's three-year absence from the international circuit

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West Indies women in Europe

George leads inexperienced West Indies

Jun 19, 2008: Nadine George will captain a very inexperienced West Indies for the first time during their tour of Ireland, Netherlands and England with 11 of the 16-player squad set for international debuts

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Former board member hits out

West Indies board "killing women's cricket"

May 11, 2007: The West Indies Cricket Board "has killed or is killing" women's cricket in the region, according to a former board employee who is calling on the ICC to intervene

Jenny Thompson

2005 in review

Quite a Cinderella story

Dec 29, 2005: Women's cricket is beginning to emerge from the shadows

Jenny Thompson

Batsman acknowledged for services to sport

Nadine George awarded MBE

Nov 14, 2005: Nadine George, the first West Indies woman cricketer to score a hundred in a Test match, has been awarded the MBE medal for her contribution to sport

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa women v West Indies women, 3rd ODI

South Africa women restore some pride

Apr 9, 2005: South Africa gained a consolation victory against West Indies, as they ended the series 2-1

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Women's World Cup, South Africa, 2005

All to play for in Pretoria

Mar 20, 2005: After months of intense preparation, the eighth women's World Cup kicks off in South Africa and it should be a great competition - but who will be watching?

Preview by Jenny Thompson

Women's World Cup, South Africa, 2005

The runners and riders

Mar 8, 2005: Only three teams have ever had their name on the World Cup trophy - Australia, England and New Zealand

Pakistan v West Indies, Only Test, Karachi

Pakistan draw despite heroics from Baluch and Shaiza

Apr 7, 2004: Kiran Baluch smashed 242, the world record for the highest score by a woman in a Test, but it wasn't enough to secure Pakistan victory in the one-off game against West Indies at Karachi

Wisden Cricinfo staff

West Indies women in India and Pakistan

Mission accomplished for West Indies

Apr 7, 2004: The West Indies women returned from their tour of India and Pakistan with their coach believing that all the major objectives had been accomplished

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Ireland and West Indies win women's World Cup places

Jul 28, 2003: Ireland and the West Indies qualified to compete in the next Women's World Cup in South Africa after finishing on top of the International Women's Cricket Council tournament in the Netherlands yesterday

Lynn McConnell

West Indies put pressure on Netherlands

Jul 23, 2003: The West Indies provided the surprise result at the International Women's Cricket Council Trophy tournament yesterday by beating the Netherlands

Lynn McConnell
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