Coach Walsh:WI Women’s team a work in progress

West Indies vs Pakistan – Women’s Cricket World Cup
West Indies’ Stafanie Taylor in action against Pakistan during the Women’s Cricket World Cup in Leicester, Britain, July 11, 2017.
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West Indies Women’s Coach, Courtney Walsh said the team is a work in progress after winning their Twenty20 and One-Day International series against Pakistan.
Walsh said the Stafanie Taylor-led side “not the finished product as yet, far from it” have shown a willingness to learn and are prepared to work hard.
He added it was heartening to see their enthusiasm and that the winning habit also added a touch of confidence to their game.
West Indies Women Coach, Courtney Walsh. Associated Press / Aijaz Rahi, File

“This was the biggest challenges that we had for a while, but they responded well. And they are confident and they performed pretty well,” the former Windies fast bowler said.

“We know their is still a lot of work to be done. We will keep working, keep driving for the ultimate goal, to be the best we can,” said.
Walsh said there are young potential stars and the coaching staff was working to increase the talent pool to encourage competition for places.
West Indies won the first Test of the two-match series against Pakistan by one wicket at Sabina Park  Jamaica in a nail-biting finish on Sunday.

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