West Indies and Pakistan declare Women squads
West Indies Women’s Cricket team
The West Indies have maintained almost the same women’s squad for the World Twenty20 in June as was selected for the World Cup in Australia. Two players who went to Australia have not been selected for England. They are Geneille Greaves and Afy Fletcher. There is one new inclusion in the form of Juliana Nero. She was selected for the World Cup, but could not participate due to a hamstring injury. As the nation reached the fifth place in the World Cup, the captain and vice-captain selections have not been changed. >
The squad of the West Indies is as follows – Merissa Aguilleira (skipper), Kirbyina Alexander (vice-captain), Stefanie Taylor, Charlene Taitt, Danielle Small, Shakera Selman, Juliana Nero, Anisa Mohammad, Debbie-Ann Lewis, Pamela Lavine, Stacy-Ann King, Cordel Jack, Deandra Dottin, Shanel Daley.
Pakistan Women’s Cricket team
Sana Mir who was the vice-captain of the Pakistan national women’s cricket team in the 2009 World Cup has been promoted to the position of captain for the World Twenty20. Urooj Mumtaz who was the captain in the 2009 World Cup has been retained in the squad. The new inclusion in the team is Marina Iqbal. For the World Cup, Nahida Khan and Sukhan Faiz were selected, but now they have been dropped.
The squad of Pakistan is as follows – Sana Mir (captain), Nain Abidi (vice-captain), Sajida Shah, Marina Iqbal, Javeria Wadood, Urooj Mumtaz Khan, Qanita Jalil, Bismah Maroof, Asmavia Iqbal, Nazia Sadiq, Batool Fatima, Armaan Khan, Naila Nazir, Almas Akram and reserves are Sadia Yousaf, Rabia Batool, Sania Iqbal, Kainat Imtiaz.
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