Women

Anabelle Lewis

All-rounder Anabelle Lewis was picked for the West Indies President's XI team which participated the 2002 Women's Regional Under-23 competition, in Trinidad & Tobago, after impressive performances in the Dolly Lookanan Memorial competition in 2001 and the female club tournament in 2002.

Women Off To Championship

The four Guyanese on the West Indies President's X1 Under-23 cricket team departed Guyana yesterday afternoon for Trinidad where they will join the rest of the West Indies under-23 female cricket team to participate in the first ever regional under-23 female cricket competition.

Under-19s Start Preparation

The national 18-man youth squad began preparation for this year’s regional under-19 cricket competition in Jamaica with two hectic practice sessions over the weekend.

Women Display Discipline, Commitment

PORT of Spain, Trinidad - Ann Browne-John, coach of the West Indies women's cricket, has expressed delight at the high level of commitment being shown by the three Guyanese cricketers now taking part in a four-day camp at the Sir Frank Worrell Development Cricket Centre at Couva, Trinidad.

Women's Cricket & Confidence

Like a bolt out of the blue the news that Guyana was hosting the annual tournament of the West Indies Women's Cricket Federation struck us on Friday, August 16, when the Guyana Chronicle alerted its readers to the fact that umpires and match referees were brushing up for women's cricket.

Guyana Girls Beat St Lucia

Roseau, Dominica - Guyana topped Group B as group stage action in the Regional Women's Super50 concluded today across four venues on the island of Dominica.

Women Lose Regional Final

The invincible women of Caribbean Women’s cricket, Jamaica, nailed their fifth Regional Women’s Super50 title by blowing Guyana by 218 runs in the final of the tournament at Windsor Park on Wednesday.

Female Softball Tournament Soon

Trophy Stall Female Cricket Club will stage an all-female softball tournament in September and October.

Ave Mogan

Female all-rounder Ave Mogan was a member of the All Stars Women's Cricket Club in Georgetown, Guyana, in the late 1970's, when she was in her early teens.

A stylish batsman and wily spinner, she repesented Guyana in the Caribbean Women's Cricket Competition in 1977. She was subsequently selected to join the Caribbean Women's Cricket Team on a tour of India but funds were not available.

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