The West Indies women’s national cricket team, well-known as the Windies, is a combined team of cricketers from various countries in the Caribbean that takes part in international women’s cricket. The West Indies women’s national cricket team is governed by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), a member of the International Cricket Council, which represents a total of fifteen countries and territories. At the ICC World T20, the women’s squad won its first title at the tournament of 2016, having made the semi-finals in each of the preceding tournaments.
10. Shanel Daley
Shanel Daley is a Jamaican former cricket player who played as a left-arm medium bowler and left-handed batter; she appeared in 70 One Day Internationals and 68 Twenty20 Internationals for the West Indies between 2008 and 2017.
9. Juliana Nero
Juliana Nero is a cricket player who currently plays for the Windward Islands and plays as a right-handed batter from 2003 to 2013, she played one Test match, 76 WODIs, and 45 WT20Is for the West Indies.
8. Britney Cooper
Britney Cooper plays for Trinidad and Tobago and the West Indies as a right-handed batter; she was the high-hitter in the semi-final of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 of 2016 versus New Zealand with a score of 61, helping the West Indies squad to qualify for the finals.
7. Merissa Aguilleira
Merissa Aguilleira is a Trinidadian cricket player who plays as a right-handed wicket-keeper batter. Merissa played for the West Indies from 2008 to 2019, appearing in 112 One Day International matches and 95 Twenty20 Internationals.
6. Kycia Knight
Kycia Knight is a Barbadian cricket player who plays as a wicket-keeper. In October 2018, Kycia was selected in the West Indies squad for the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament of 2018 in the West Indies.
5. Shemaine Campbelle
Shemaine Campbelle was born on 14 October 1992; she is a Guyanese cricket player who plays as an all-rounder and occasionally does wicket-keeping. Shemaine plays internationally for the West Indies cricket team and domestic cricket for Guyana and is the youngest captain to play in the WT20I match.
Stacy-Ann was born on 17 July 1983, she is a Trinidadian cricket player who currently plays for Trinidad and Tobago. Stacy-Ann plays as an all-rounder, batting left-handed and left-arm medium bowler. Stacy-Ann appeared in 75 WODIs and 86 Twenty20 Internationals for the West Indies.
3. Hayley Matthews
Hayley plays international cricket for the West Indies as an all-rounder, batting right-handed and bowling right-arm off break. Matthews made her ODI debut a few months later, scoring 55 runs in just 86 balls in the first match of a four-ODI series against Australia.
2. Deandra Dottin
Deandra Dottin is a Barbadian international cricket player and former track and field athlete. Dottin is a right-handed batter and right-arm fast bowler; she made her debut for the West Indies women’s cricket team in 2008. Deandra plays as a hard-hitting lower-order batter and scored the first ton in a Women’s T20I in 2010.
1. Stafanie Taylor
Stafanie Taylor is a Jamaican cricket player who is the current captain of the West Indies women’s cricket team; she has represented them over 80 times since her debut in 2008. Stafanie is a right-handed batter and off-break bowler and was selected as the ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year in 2011 in the first West Indian to receive the accolade.