Yolande Parker

Yolande Parker made her debut for the Guyana Female team in the 2011 WICB Women's Championship, in Barbados, with batting as her main role. She also bolwed a bit.

Campbelle To Lead Berbice

The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) has named the squad of fourteen (14) for the Female Inter County 50-Over cricket competition.

Atkins Adds Quality to USA

The Road to Bangladesh will be less rocky for the United States  women’s team with the presence of all-rounder Candacy Atkins.

Candacy Atkins

Candacy Atkins, from New Amsterdam in Berbice, was introduced to cricket at age 13 by a cousin, and never looked back.

Her natural all-round ability, as a right-hand batter and medium pacer, earned her a place in the Guyana team in the first-ever West Indies women’s championship in 2001. Good performances in regional competition allowed her to become the first Guyanese female to play for the West Indies female team, when she made her debut for West Indies against Sri Lanka in March 2003, in Trinidad.

Goordial Stumped By ICC

No one seemed capable of stopping Indomatie Goordial-John in United States women’s cricket from the time she showed up in New York earlier this year. That is, until she encountered the International Cricket Council (ICC) eligible rule.

The Sacrifices Players Make

It may have been a prelude game to the important Independence Day long weekend women’s national tournament in New York, but United States senior team member Indomatie Goordial-John had a very good day at the office.

Girl With A Mission

While most girls her age spend countless hours fixing their hair, reading romance novels or trying to catch the attention of the cutest guys around, seventeen-year-old Indomatie Goordial spends her energy and time on working to realize her dream of playing cricket for the West Indies. She is a girl with a mission.

Goordial Helping USA Females

ndomatie Goordial-John, although somewhat diminutive in stature, stands tall among women cricketers in the USA, and is making a difference in the growth of the sport in the country.

Indomatie Goordial

Born to parents who were not into sports, Indomatie Goordial is the eldest of three children, and the only member of her family interested in sports. As a little 12-year-old, she started playing tape-ball and softball cricket with the boys at the Bygeval Secondary School and soon started playing for the Eastern Warriors, which practiced in Buxton. The team soon moved to Malteenoes in Georgetown, where the facilities and coaching were better.


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