2014
12.20


2014
12.20

Jason Holder (Photo via everyhour.in)

2014
12.20

All-rounder Darren Sammy continues to lead the West Indies Twenty20 team. Samuel Badree and Krishmar Santokie are also on the injury list. Ashley Nurse returns to the Windies squad after a three year hiatus. He will team up with countryman Benn in handling spin duties.

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2014
12.20

Jonathan Carter has received his maiden overseas tour call and Narsingh Deonarine, makes a comeback after some strong recent performances. Left handed batsman Leon Johnson is retained and all-rounders Carlos Brathwaite and Andre Russell are also included in the squad which has the experienced top order duo of Chris Gayle (subject to fitness test) and Dwayne Smith.

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2014
12.20

The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that all-rounder Jason Holder has been appointed West Indies One Day International Captain. The 23-year-old Holder takes over from Dwayne Bravo.

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2014
12.20

Left-arm seamer Kenroy Peters or fast bowler Miguel Cummins could be called up to replace Kemar Roach who will miss the Boxing Day Test against South Africa through injury.

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2014
12.20

West Indian fast bowler Kemar Roach is expected to miss the rest of the series because of an ankle injury which he suffered while bowling on the first day of the first Test. He did not bat in either innings.

2014
12.20

West Indies Cricket Board announced today that left-handed batsman Narsingh Deonarine will replace Assad Fudadin in the West Indies team for the ongoing three-match Test Series against South Africa.

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2014
12.20

West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin said his side had been unprepared as the Proteas spearhead Dale Steyn ripped their batting line-up apart with six wickets before lunch, on day four in Centurion on Saturday.

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2014
12.19

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Three stars of Sri Lankan cricket, Mahela Jayawardene, Tilakaratne Dilshan and Lasith Malinga, have been added to the pool of international players to feature in the Caribbean Premier League Draft which is set to take place in early 2015.

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