Rain over the past four days has severely affected the preparations of the West Indies Women's team. The Women, who are preparing to face New Zealand at Sabina Park this weekend, were left disappointed after a warm-up match was entirely washed out on Monday.
Then yesterday a scheduled training session was also called off.
Head coach Sherwin Campbell said they would have liked to have put in more practice but "we have no control over the weather."
Weather permitting, the West Indies Women will have another warm-up game today at Up Park Camp.
Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea recovered from poor starts in the Champions League by winning their first group matches yesterday while Barcelona beat 10-man Celtic 1-0 to avoid a second-consecutive loss at Celtic Park.
Robert Lewandowski scored a brace as Dortmund, last-season's runner-up, defeated Marseille 3-0 in Group F. Arsenal lead the group with six points, after a 2-0 win over Napoli.
Chelsea kick-started their campaign with a 4-0 rout of Steaua Bucharest, in a Group E dominated by Schalke. In another match, AC Milan drew 1-1 with Ajax.
JAIPUR, India (CMC):
Trinidad and Tobago's all-rounder Kevon Cooper grabbed a couple wickets as his Rajasthan Royals beat Otago by four wickets to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League T20 yesterday.
Cooper finished with two for 33 runs from his four overs to help restrict Otago to 139 for seven at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.
Royals recovered from a middle-order collapse after an electric 52 from Brad Hodge steadied the ship and guided his side to victory with five balls to spare.
The win extended the Rajathan's impressive home record to 12 matches, and also earns them the right to play their semi-final match at home.