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2060dThe Report by Vishal Dikshit in Mumbai

Taylor, Dottin bat SL out of match

An unruffled knock of 171 from Stafanie Taylor helped West Indies Women crush Sri Lanka Women by 209 runs in a Group A match at the MIG Ground in Mumbai.

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2063dAbhishek Purohit in Mumbai

India begin against dangerous West Indies

India are playing the tenth Women's World Cup, this one in home conditions, but apart from the weather their captain Mithali Raj does not believe being hosts grants them any particular advantage

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2074dESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies Women register easy win

West Indies Women notched up an eight-wicket win against South African Women in a Twenty20 match in Gros Islet, St Lucia, on Saturday.

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2181dThe Report by Alex Winter

Hunter, Perry bowl Australia into final

Australia set up a clash with their Ashes rivals in the final of the Women's World T20 after a semi-final victory over West Indies

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2200dESPNcricinfo staff

Dottin blasts WI to first win

West Indies Women avoided a whitewash against England but took their full 20 overs to chase down 140 at Arundel.

2201dESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies hammered at Hove

England Women once again proved a class apart as they destroyed West Indies by 84 runs to move one step closer to a series whitewash.

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2203dESPNcricinfo staff

Colvin and Brindle seal third victory

Three wickets for Arran Brindle and Holly Colvin helped England Women take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the T20 series with West Indies

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2206dAndrew McGlashan at Old Trafford

Taylor proves a class above

England continued their impressive preparations for the World Twenty20 with a 28-run victory against West Indies at Old Trafford

4068dCricinfo staff

T&T women win regional league title

Trinidad and Tobago's women cricketers defied St Lucia - and the rains - to lift the West Indies Women Cricket Federation regional tournament league title in Barbados

4078dCricinfo staff

Coaching roadshow arrives in Trinidad

Akeliah Antoine and Toneita Phillip were the first two girls selected for the Digicel coaching clinic yesterday, at the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Centre in Trinidad