2014
11.14

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11.14

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11.14

2014
11.21

The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Committee today named Assad Fudadin to the West Indies Test tour to South Africa.

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2014
11.20

The Barbados Pride during PCL Round 1 (WICB Photo)

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Intriguing could best describe the second round of matches in the WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament, starting on Friday.

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2014
11.20
Assad Fudadin

Assad Fudadin batting for Guyana (WICB photo)

Assad Fudadin is in line to replace Darren Bravo who opted out of playing in the upcoming Test series against South Africa. Though not confirmed yet by the WICB, WiCricNews.com has been reliably informed that the left handed, Guyanese will be drafted into the squad to cover for Bravo.

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2014
11.20

West Indies batting legend Brian Lara on Thursday identified Glenn Mcgrath as his “nemesis” after being dismissed by the Australian pacer on several occasions during his playing days.

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2014
11.20

Ramnaresh Sarwan has returned to Guyana due to “personal reasons” and will therefore not be taking part in the PCL. The TTCB thanks Sarwan for his desire to represent the Red Force and wishes him well with the hope that his issues are quickly sorted out with a view to a possible return for the Super 50 tournament in January. In the interim, the TTCB would be considering its options on a replacement.

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2014
11.20

WICB Task Force commences work

The West Indies Cricket Board Task Force comprising chairman Michael Gordon and members Sir Wes Hall and Sir Richard Cheltenham held its initial meeting in Barbados, on Monday November 17.

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2014
11.20

Experienced West Indies left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn has been included in the 13-man Barbados squad for their second round match against Jamaica in the WICB Professional Cricket League (PCL) Championship at the Windward Club ground, Lucas Street, St. Philip, November 21-24.

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2014
11.18

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board late on Tuesday confirmed that 14 of the 15 players offered Match/Tour Contracts for the upcoming Test tour of South Africa have signed and returned the contracts.

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2014
11.18

With Tuesday’s deadline looming for the West Indies players to sign tour contracts, Cricket SA CEO Haroon Lorgat does not foresee any problems ahead of next month’s scheduled incoming cricket series against South Africa.

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2014
11.17

Brian Lara (Photo via smh.com.au)

…It sunk to a new low last month when the tour of India was aborted because of a pay dispute. Lara backs his country to survive a potential lawsuit worth upwards of $75 million from India’s BCCI, but laments the West Indies’ current standing.

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