England Make It Three Wins In Three

England Women completed the group stage of the Quadrangular Twenty20 International series with a 46-run win over India to extend their winning run while they will play Australia in the final after they beat New Zealand by six wickets.
Claire Taylor hit 66 in 46 balls, with eight fours, and Danielle Wyatt took advantage of a promotion up the order to blast a quickfire 23 before England were bowled out for 134 in 19.5 overs as Jhulan Goswami and Snehal Pradhan both took three wickets.
England then bowled and fielded superbly to limit India to just 88 for eight in reply with Wyatt completing a fine all-round game with figures of two for 20.
Three players - Neha Tanwar, Mithali Raj and Priyanka Roy - all made 17 to top score for India.
Australia had Leah Poulton (61) and Jess Cameron (47) to thank for their win over New Zealand as they closed on 147 for four in 17.5 overs after the White Ferns had made 146 for six.
Liz Perry made an unbeaten 50 in 37 balls and Aimee Watkins 29 in 22 balls to guide New Zealand to a competitive score but they were ultimately well beaten as Australia set up a clash between themselves - the reigning world champions and England - the 2009 champions.

West Indies Replace Nash With Edwards

The West Indies have drafted in dashing Barbados batsman Kirk Edwards to replace Brendan Nash for the second Test against India in Barbados.
Edwards, 26, played in the One-Day International series that India won 3-2 and there are no other changes to the 13-man squad following the 63-run loss in the opening match in Jamaica.
“It is clear that Brendan has been struggling for form for some time and we want to give him a chance to take some time away from international cricket and work on his game,” Clyde Butts, Chairman of the Selection Committee said.

“Brendan is a mentally tough cricketer and we are sure that he will be able to overcome the challenges he is now facing and come back strong."
West Indies Test squad: Darren Sammy (captain), Adrian Barath, Carlton Baugh, Devendra Bishoo, Darren Bravo, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Fidel Edwards, Kirk Edwards, Ravi Rampaul, Kemar Roach, Marlon Samuels, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Lendl Simmons