West Indies name Hayley Matthews new skipper

Cricket West Indies has chosen to name Hayley Matthews the new commander of the Women’s group instead of Stafanie Taylor. Hayley Matthews new skipper

Taylor had held the post since being named commander in 2015 and lead her side to the 2016 T20 World Cup

title as well as the semi-last of the ODI World Cup in New Zealand recently.

She has up until this point scored 5298 runs in 145 ODIs and 3121 runs in 111 T20Is, as well as taking 152 wickets and 98 in the arrangements separately.

Altogether, Taylor captained the West Indies to 25 successes in 62 ODIs and 33 successes in 55 T20Is.

Hayley Matthews was Taylor’s representative beginning around 2018.

The 24-year-old made her presentation for West Indies in 2014 and assumed a main part in her side’s 2016 T20 World Cup win.

She was the Player of the Match in the last against Australia where she made a 45-ball 66.

Up until this point she has scored 1764 runs and has taken 78 wickets in 69 ODIs and has 1055 runs, and 58 wickets in 61 T20Is.

The suggestion by the ladies’ choice board to make Hayley Matthews the new commander

was supposedly endorsed during the CWI directorate meeting on June 24.

“I’m both lowered and regarded to be offered the chance to skipper the West Indies ladies’ group,” Matthews said. “It is certainly a thrilling inclination and I invite the experience to lead and learn with great enthusiasm.

This group has been exceptionally near my heart from the very start of my expert vocation quite a while back and the impact of Stafanie’s

authority all through those eight years plays had a significant impact in the player I am today

“I might want to say thanks to Stafanie for her bewildering authority of the group throughout the long term.

We’ve achieved a portion of our greatest achievements with her at the front and I anticipate keeping on playing close by her.”

Her most memorable series in control is supposed to occur “in the not so distant future”.


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