West Indies Women Still Shy Of Automatic Qualification For Next Year’s ICC World Cup
The West Indies Women remained agonizingly shy of automatic qualification for next year’s 50-overs ICC World Cup in England after slumping to their second straight loss of the three-match series against India Women in India on Sunday.
The three match One-Day International (ODI) series acts as qualifying games for the 2017 Cricket World Cup where points are awarded to the teams.
Following the defeat, West Indies still require another two points for an automatic qualification.
The Caribbean side lost the second ODI by five wickets despite Deandra Dottin’s 17th One-Day International half-century.
November 14th, 2016