2012
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2012
03.05

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2012
03.05

Following the shocking and untimely death of former West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago and Leeward Islands batsman, Runako Morton, the tributes and homage continue to pour in as the cricketing community struggles to adjust to his loss.

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2012
03.05

The untimely death of one of our senior members, Runako Morton, has left us stunned and deeply saddened. Runako was a team player who gave of his best and the outpouring of grief by his team-mates on the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago and Leeward Islands teams, as well as his local club, Queen’s Park, attests to the love they had for him and the esteem in which he was held.

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2012
03.05

St John’s, Antigua – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte said that it is with deep sadness that the West Indies cricket family received the news of the tragic passing of Runako Morton.

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2012
03.05

Antigua Cricket Association (ACA) has accused Minister of State within the Ministry of Sports, Senator Winston Williams, of making “inaccurate statements and unsubstantiated accusation” in his letter to the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on February 25.

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2012
03.05

Jamaica 13-man cricket squad will be selected today before the team departs tomorrow for Port of Spain, where they will face Trinidad & Tobago at the Queen’s Park Oval in the fifth round of the regional four-day tournament, starting on Friday.

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2012
03.05

Runako Morton, the West Indies batsman, has died in a road accident on Sunday, police have confirmed.

Morton, 33, crashed into a utility pole on the Solomon Hochoy Highway in Chase Village in central Trinidad.

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