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Cremer, Chakabva script Zimbabwe’s great escape

[ESPNcricinfo] Zimbabwe 326 (Masakadza 147, Raza 80, Roach 3-44) and 301 for 7 (Raza 89, Chakabva 71*, Gabriel 2-34, Roach 2-37) drew with West Indies 448 (Holder 110*, Dowrich 103, Powell 90, Raza 5-99). Zimbabwe’s battling rearguard secured a draw in the second Test at Queens Sports Club, but West Indies still took the …

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Sri Lanka A defeat Windies A by 2 wickets

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Sri Lanka A defeated West Indies A by two wickets in Wednesday’s one-day contest here at Sabina Park to take a one-nil lead in the three-match series. The Sri Lankans reached 181-8 in reply to West Indies A’s 176 all out. Scores: West Indies A 176 (48.4 …

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Gayle’s fear of females, and KP’s concern for youngsters

[ESPNcricinfo] The lapsed villain Reports from New South Wales have suggested this month that former international umpire Darrell Hair, who had lorded it so stubbornly over several controversial incidents, pleaded guilty to stealing from the liquor store he working at. Apparently, this was in order to fund a gambling habit that had …

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ICC to inspect Daren Sammy Cricket Ground

Eleven venues in 8 countries will be inspected by a team from the International Cricket Council (ICC) ahead of next year’s ICC Women’s World T20 tournament. The inspections form part of preparation and planning for the World Championship to be staged in November next year. The Senior Event Operations Manager …

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Windies ‘A’ squad for one-day matches against Sri Linka ‘A’

(CWI) – The Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies has announced a 13-member Windies “A” squad for the three One-day matches against Sri Lanka “A”, starting this week. SQUAD Jahmar Hamilton (Captain) Sunil Ambris Ronsford Beaton Shamarh Brooks John Campbell Rahkeem Cornwall Sheldon Cottrell Montcin Hodge Damion Jacobs Reynard Leveridge …

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Former Windies captain Ramdin excited about return

(CWI) – Denesh Ramdin returned to the Digicel Regional 4-Day Championship scene for the first time in three years with a bang. The Trinidad & Tobago Red Force captain hammered a first innings hundred and followed up with a half-century in the second innings to earn the Player-of-the-Match award, as …

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Holder, Dowrich drive West Indies into the ascendancy

[ESPNcricinfo] West Indies 374 for 7 (Dowrich 75*, Holder 71, Raza 5-82) lead Zimbabwe326 (Masakadza 147, Raza 80, Moor 52, Roach 3-44, Gabriel 2-64) by 48 runs. Sikandar Raza cut through West Indies to register his first five-wicket haul in professional cricket, but Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich combined to put on an unbroken 144-run eighth-wicket stand to …

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Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist visits OECS Swim team

The OECS Swim Team held a special training program over the weekend at the Rodney Heights Aquatic Center. At the session, Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist Leisan Echols addressed the team. The St. Lucia Amateur Swimming Association thanked the Body Holiday for their continuous support to swimming.  The Association will host …

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Powell, spinners gives West Indies slight advantage

[ESPNcricinfo] Stumps West Indies 78 for 1 (Powell 43*, Bishoo 0*) trail Zimbabwe 326 (Masakadza 147, Raza 80, Roach 3-44) by 248 runs. Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza shined with the bat on the second day at Queens, but incisive bowling and attritional batting from West Indies ensured the honours were shared at stumps. Masakadza and Raza …

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Masakadza, Raza carry Zimbabwe to 326

[ESPNcricinfo] Innings Zimbabwe 326 (Masakadza 147, Raza 80, Roach 3-44) v West Indies. Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza extended Zimbabwe’s total to 326 but West Indies struck regularly on the second day at Queens Sports Club to keep the match finely balanced. Masakadza, on 101 not out overnight, fell for 147 but Raza picked …

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