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The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that former Barbadian national player, Pat Greenidge has been named West Indies women's team manager.
Greenidge who is currently a senior manager at Sagicor Life Inc., holds an MBA from the Edinburgh Business School and is a qualified company secretary.
Greenidge previously served as team manager to the Windies women until 2010.
Greenidge is a board member of the Barbados Cricket Association and the chairperson of the BCA Women's Committee and women's selection panel.
Greenidge's first assignment will be in the West Indies Women's High Performance Camp at the Sagicor HPC in Barbados which lasts until December 15.
She will then perform duties on tour for the West Indies Women's World Cup campaign in February in India.
WICB cricket operations manager Roland Holder thanked former team manager Marjorie Thomas for her service to West Indies cricket.
"Marjorie has made a valuable contribution during her tenure and the WICB thanks her for her time and energies and wishes her the very best in her future endeavours," said Holder.