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Monday, June 21, 2021
Hemp to Lead Pakistan Women to West Indies

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The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced a 26-member squad for the women's white-ball tour of the West Indies, from which the line-ups for the senior Pakistan Women team and the A team will be selected. Experienced batter Javeria Khan continues to lead the senior side, while spinner Rameen Shamim and wicketkeeper-batter Sidra Nawaz will captain the A sides for the one-dayers and T20s respectively.

"The Caribbean tour presents a phenomenal opportunity to our core group of cricketers to showcase their performances and further cement places for the 2021-22 season, which promises to be an exciting one for women's cricket," Urooj Mumtaz, the chairperson of the national women's selection committee, said. "These 26 players have been involved in all our high-performance camps over the past nine months and have put in the hard yards under the national coaching staff led by David Hemp. The group has prepared with high intensity and purpose."

The senior side will play West Indies in three T20Is and five ODIs, and the shadow side will play West Indies A in three one-day matches and three T20s. All 26 players will be available for selection for all 14 matches, the PCB explained. The tour runs from June 30th to July 18th. All matches will be played at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.

Pakistan Women have been out of action since their aborted tour of Zimbabwe in February where they won the first ODI before the remainder of the series was called off. Before that, the team had toured South Africa where they lost the ODI series 3-0 and won the third and final T20I to deny the hosts another series sweep.
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