CONTRACTS by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on Share Tweet All 15 players offered a contract last season have been retained this year with three more players added to that list. © Getty A record number of eighteen women cricketers have been offered a contract for the 2021-22 season by Cricket West Indies, it was announced on Thursday (May 6). All 15 players offered a contract last season have been retained this year as well with the board opting to add three more players to that list. Youngsters Kaysia Schultz and Qiana Joseph have received a contract for the first time. While Schultz has never played for the national side, Joseph played a couple of games in the 2017 Women’s World Cup. Shawnisha Hector, who played a solitary ODI in November 2019 against India, is the third addition. “The last contract period did not see many international matches as we only played five T20I matches against England,” CWI’s Lead Selector for Women’s and Girls cricket, Ann Browne-John said. “Despite this, the contracted players were able to keep themselves fit and match ready. It was therefore the fairest decision to return all fifteen to contract. “There has been a lack of left-arm… Read full this story
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