The West Indies Women Cricket team is seeking new management as it prepares to defend its World Twenty20 title in the region next year.

According to a release from Cricket West Indies (CWI) yesterday, the organization will be setting up a new management support structure for the team.

CWI said the process will start with the search for a new head coach and an interim management team, which will be in place for the short term.

The interim team will consist of Henderson Springer (head coach); Gus Logie (assistant coach); Ariane Mangar (Physiotherapist), Shayne Cooper (Sport and Conditioning Trainer) and Gary Belle (Analyst).

CWI said the management change will be in place before Sri Lanka comes to the region on Thursday, October 5.

An 18-member squad will gather for a camp from September 25 to October 4 from which the final 13 will be selected for the three ODIs and three T20 series, scheduled for Trinidad and Tobago and Antigua.

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