Reniece Boyce, Sheneta Grimmond, Chinelle Henry in West Indies squad for fourth South Africa ODI

Qiana Joseph, Chedean Nation, and Karishma Ramharack have been rested

Chinelle Henry's efforts in the field helped West Indies' cause

Chinelle Henry returns to the squad after missing the third ODI  •  Getty Images

West Indies have added wicketkeeper Reniece Boyce and allrounders Sheneta Grimmond and Chinelle Henry to their 13-member squad for the fourth ODI against South Africa.
Left-arm spinner Qiana Joseph, middle-order batter Chedean Nation, and offspin-bowling allrounder Karishma Ramharack have been rested.
Henry, 26, featured in the first and second ODIs, having also played a game in the preceding three-T20I series. Meanwhile, Boyce, 24, and Grimmond, 23, last played competitive cricket in July, during the limited-overs A series at home against Pakistan.
Ann Browne-John, CWI lead selector for women's cricket, said: "The fourth and fifth ODIs will give the selectors an opportunity to have a look at some of the young players who have been on the bench and this would give a better assessment of the depth of the team. Qiana Joseph, who has been quite impressive with her left-arm orthodox bowling and has played all six T20 and ODI matches so far, has been rested for this match. She has definitely been a find for the team.
"Rashada Williams also competently fitted into the opening batter position. As we prepare for the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifiers, the players have these two final matches to dig deep and get some scores and fine tune their bowling."
The fourth ODI will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Thursday, with the fifth ODI scheduled for September 19. South Africa won the first three ODIs in commanding fashion, registering wins by eight, nine, and eight wickets respectively.
West Indies squad for fourth ODI: Anisa Mohammed, Deandra Dottin, Aaliyah Alleyne, Reniece Boyce, Shamilia Connell, Cherry Ann Fraser, Shabika Gajnabi, Sheneta Grimmond, Chinelle Henry, Kycia Knight, Hayley Matthews, Shakera Selman, Rashada Williams