SOUTHAMPTON   Chedean Nation is hoping to make the most of her second chance in international colours, after a protracted period out of the West Indies Women’s side. The 30-year-old Jamaican was recalled to the side for the tour of India last year and subsequently selected for the ICC World Cup later this month, and said her aim was to find her footing again. “To be part of this West Indies team is a great opportunity for me personally. The girls have been supportive of me so it’s been good,” Nation said during the ongoing training camp at the Ageas Bowl.

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“England is a little bit cold but we are adjusting well. [I’ve done] some training with (Ezra) Moseley and (Vasbert) Drakes and Stuart (Williams) so it’s been going well so far.

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There is room for improvement but I’m still working on everything.” She added: “It’s been hard because after being out of the team for seven years, it’s hard but I knew where I fell short and I worked hard.

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They said to work hard and I worked hard on all the areas I needed to improve on. “There is improvement needed to be done on all areas still but I did do the work and here I am today.” Become a subscriber to the Trinidad Express Newspapers for access to all our articles via our vNEWS.

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