Coach of the West Indies women's team Jamaican Courtney Walsh says the upcoming camp set for this weekend in Antigua is the first step in getting the ladies back on the field ahead of the World Cup qualifiers later this year.
This weekend's camp will be the first face-to-face assignment with the 24 players for Walsh and his technical support team, who will conduct a three-week high performance programme for a mixture of senior players and new faces.
The regional team has been inactive since September, and Walsh says steps were taken to ensure the players maintain a certain level of fitness.
Walsh will be assisted at the camp by coaches Robert Samuels and Corey Collymore, while the camp will also be overseen by High Performance Manager, Graeme West.
Stafanie Taylor, Natasha McLean, Cheaden Nation and Chinelle Henry are the Jamaicans called to the camp.