Cricket West Indies Announces 18 Member T20 Squad for the upcoming women's Tour of England.
The squad, led by Stafanie Taylor, includes 14 of the 15 members who represented West Indies in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup earlier this year.
Kaysia Schultz, a left-arm bowler from Guyana, is the only uncapped player to get a call-up. She, along with youngsters Shabika Gajnabi, an all-rounder, also from Guyana, and off-spinner Karishma Ramharack from Trinidad, are expected to gain vital international experience on the tour.
Andre Coley has been named interim head coach and will be assisted by Esuan Crandon and Corey Collymore.
Players were given the option to decline the invitation to tour over health concerns, and Anisa Mohammed, who was part of the squad for the T20 World Cup, chose to opt out.
As with all other internationals taking place in the UK this summer, this series too will be held in a bio-secure environment.