West Indies will be led by Stafanie Taylor at the World Cup.
Cricket West Indies has named a 15-member roster for the next 50-over Women’s World Cup in New Zealand, with Stafanie Taylor as captain. Taylor recently suffered a concussion and was replaced as captain by Anisa Mohammed in the final ODI of the series against South Africa. Mohammed, who will compete in her fifth World Cup, has been named the official vice-captain for the tournament.
Aaliyah Alleyne, Cherry Ann Fraser, Karishma Ramharack, Rashada Williams, and Chinelle Henry are among the five first-timers in the World Cup squad, which also includes seasoned legspinner Afy Fletcher, who has returned from maternity leave in South Africa.