Four newcomers have been added to a 20-member West Indies women’s T/20 squad currently in training.
This, as the ‘Windies women’s continue their preparations for the upcoming Women’s World Twenty20 championships in the Caribbean.
The regional outfit will be looking to defend their title in the championships which runs from November 9 to 24.
The Trinidad and Tobago duo of Shania Abdool and Karishma Ramharack, along with aria fortune of the Windward Islands and Guyana’s Sheneta Grimmond, are included in the squad which is currently in Antigua taking part in a high-performance program.
Natasha McLean, Chinelle henry, Akeira peters and Shabika Gajnabi have also made a return to the squad.
The ‘Windies women have been in two high-performance camps since April 30 but took a working break in June where they represented their national sides for the women’s championship.
Up to July 16, the squad of 20 will be in Antigua for another high-performance program which will include on and off the field sessions including yoga, nutrition and mental conditioning, along with the simulation of game conditions and other cricketing techniques.