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The picturesque surrounds of Montego Bays Trelawney Stadium Dishing out team fines is something we enjoy doing throughout the duration of tour - basically a fines master is appointed, and they are then responsible for collating an ongoing list of embarrassing moments or daft comments for each player and member of our support staff. On the last night of tour we gather as a big group to go through them all. It helps to keep things light-hearted and maybe stop people being stupid - even the management!In good spirits and ready to go, we played a warm-up game against a Jamaica womens representative XI ahead of our first ODI, which featured some excellent contributions from Amy Jones and Danni Wyatt. Our preparation block at the National Cricket Performance Centre leading into this tour has so far proven to be spot on. All the talk back in Loughborough was about being able to play on slow, low, turning pitches and making game plans to enable us to negate the threat of spinners and how to score runs with low risk options. So far, the pitches we have played on for first two ODIs were exactly that although with 9.30am starts out here, there was a little more help for the seam bowlers early in the morning.The first ODI was perhaps one of the best games of cricket I have ever been involved in. The game ebbed and flowed, momentum shifted in the space of a few balls and true to the universal law of low-scoring games there was an exciting finish - with an exceptional spell of bowling from Katherine Brunt to give us the victory.Unfortunately, it wasnt to be in our second ODI where in another low scoring game we fancied ourselves to chase 149, especially when we were so well positioned at 90-3. 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