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Cricket news - Stafanie Taylor backs out of Pakistan tour

Windies Women's captain has pulled out of the Pakistan leg of the tour due to security reasons

Windies women's captain Stafanie Taylor has supported, from the just-announced Pakistan tour due to security reasons, and only the team of the ICC ODI Championship matches against Pakistan in Dubai join.

So, Aguilleira, was the captain of West Indies in 74 ODIS and 70 T20Is, was assigned the responsibility of managers in the absence of a successor to Taylor.

West Indies Cricket CEO Johnny grave confirmed that the decision was left up to the players and the Board was ready to accept reservations, you might have touring Pakistan. "We made it very clear to the players and support staff, should the tomb told all of them any personal reservations about this Tour is that we understand and accept your position".

Meanwhile, the Caribbean team will also be without the services of Hayley Matthews, the recovery of a Band-injuries to the knee that she had suffered, during the women's Big Bash League. Karishma Ramharack, uncapped offspinner from Trinidad and Tobago, replaces Mathews, while Shakera Selman named Aguilleira Deputy for the T20I series.

Rashada Williams, a 21-year-old opening batter from Jamaica has its maiden call, with the Chairman of selectors Courtney Browne, says that to play their "sound technology and the ability to spin" led to their selection.

"Coming into the squad for the first time opening is young dough Rashada Williams of Jamaica, who has impressed to play the selectors with its solid technology and its ability to spin, along with off-spinner Karishma Ramharack, which was rewarded she said for her consistency in the regional cricket," Browne.

Windies women under a period of acclimatisation camp in Dubai, on may 26. January before arriving in Karachi a day ahead of the first T20I. The T20Is Club in Karachi will be played at the Southend-on January 31, 1. February and 3. February. Windies' ODI Championship matches against Pakistan in Dubai starts at 7.February.

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