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The Consistency of Batting by WI Women Worries Walsh

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NELSON, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 31: Courtney Walsh, Bangladesh bowling coach & former West Indies cricket captain looks on prior to the third One Day International match between New Zealand and Bangladesh at Saxton Field on December 31, 2016 in Nelson, New Zealand. (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)

The full tour of the West Indies by New Zealand is set to begin on Friday

Courtney Walsh, West Indies Women’s cricket team head coach, disclosed that he is deeply concerned with his team’s batting moments before their forthcoming ODI series of three matches set against visiting New Zealand. The event will take place at North Sound, Antigua.

The absence of experienced spinner Anisa Mohammed, who declared that she will be taking a leave for a period of six months from cricket, and the retirement of productive versatile cricketer Deandra Dottin from international cricket will negatively impact the regional team.
According to Walsh, this is a good chance for the other players such as Ramharack and

Grimmond to grab the opportunity and make themselves renowned in the sport.
24-year-old Barbadian Hayley Mathews, West Indies’ new captain, has the support of Walsh who trusts that she will help the team achieve a winning acculturation.
The full tour of the West Indies by New Zealand is set to begin on Friday. It will constitute of 5 T20I’s and 3 ODI’s which will all be played at North Sound, Antigua.

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