Grenada’s top female cricketer Afy Fletcher is in Antigua participating in a three-week camp with other members of the West Indies Women’s team.
Head coach, Courtney Walsh, is overseeing his first assignment since taking charge of West Indies Women four months ago.
According to a Cricket West Indies release, a 24-member group, headed by captain Stafanie Taylor, will undergo training at the Coolidge Cricket Ground, and will also be tested four times in keeping with the protocols instituted during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
All players were tested twice before their arrival here.
Walsh, who took over the side last October, said he was looking forward to the sessions, also the first for the side since their Twenty20 International four of England last September.
The selectors have included the uncapped duo of Vincentian Japhina Joseph and Trinidadian Steffi Soogrim, with Quiana Joseph returning to the mix four years after playing her only two One-Day Internationals.
Players will benefit from a coaching staff which includes former West Indies players Robert Samuels and Corey Collymore, ex-Barbados off-spinner Ryan Austin, former Leeward Islands player Steve Liburd and Level Three coach, Samantha Lynch.
High Performance manager, Graeme West, will have oversight for the camp.