The West Indies suffered disappointing results at the Women's World Cup ©Getty Images

Cricket West Indies (CWI) are to set-up a new coaching team for their women’s squad, following their performance at the Women’s World Cup in England.

The team only managed to claim wins against Pakistan and Sri Lanka during the group stage, while they suffered five defeats.

Their record did not prove enough to advance from the group, while they recorded their second lowest total in a one-day international in a loss to South Africa, where the West Indies managed just 48 runs.

CWI have confirmed coach Vasbert Drakes and his staff of Ezra Moseley and Stuart Williams have left the team.

Henderson Springer has been confirmed as the interim head coach, with Gus Logie named as the assistant.

"The process will start with the search for a new head coach and an interim management team will be in place for the short term.

“The interim team will consist of Henderson Springer, Gus Logie, Ariane Mangar, Shayne Cooper and Gary Belle.”

Mangar will serve as the physiotherapist, while Cooper will be the sport and conditioning trainer, with Belle acting as an analyst.

The interim coaching team has been established as the West Indies prepare for a series against Sri Lanka.

The West Indies were beaten five times during the World Cup ©Getty Images
The West Indies were beaten five times during the World Cup ©Getty Images

An 18-member squad will take part in a conditioning camp, which is due to be held from September 25 until October 4.

The squad will then be reduced to 13, with the team then set to play three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 matches.

The West Indies will hope their eventually confirmed coaching team will help guide their preparations for a home Twenty20 World Cup next year.