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Shillingford cleared by ICC

St John’s, Antigua – Off spinner Shane Shillingford has been cleared by the International Cricket Council to return to international cricket. The ICC formally notified the WICB of the clearance following a Biomechanical Bowling Analysis which was conducted at the University of Western Australia on May 25th last by a research team headed by Prof. Bruce Elliott.

Shillingford underwent five months of intense remedial work at the Sagicor High Performance Centre in Barbados and in his native Dominica.

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Ashley Nurse ready to romp v India

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad- The big day is still a few days away but West Indies all rounder Ashley Nurse is ready to face India in the Digicel Pearls T20 International on Saturday.

First ball at Queen's Park Oval is 10 am (9 am Jamaica Time)

Nurse, the 22-year-old off-spinner from Barbados played his first match in Windies colours in April against Pakistan. Now he is back in the set-up and sees Saturday's match as the biggest of his life. He's totally switched on.

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Powell ready to show he's the comeback kid

Bridgetown, Barbados – Cricket lovers coming to the Queen’s Park Oval on Saturday are sure to get a treat when they see the West Indies take on India in the Digicel Pearls T20 International. Fans have also been promised “double the fun” when they see the exciting talents of the Sagicor High Performance Centre against Trinidad and Tobago in what will be an exciting day of high-quality cricket.
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Shannon Gabriel sees golden opportunity in T20

Bridgetown, Barbados – Pace bowler Shannon Gabriel is ready to showcase his bowling skills for the Sagicor High Performance Centre against his native Trinidad and Tobago when the two teams meet in a Twenty20 match on Saturday. The match will be played at 2 pm (1 pm Jamaica Time) at Queen's Park Oval and will follow the Digicel Pearls T20 International between West Indies and India at 10 am (9 am Jamaica Time).
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Permaul yearns to join lifelong friend Bishoo in Windies colours

Bridgetown, Barbados – Veerasammy Permaul is a big fan of Devendra Bishoo. Permaul has watched his lifelong friend’s elevation to the West Indies team and is thrilled to see the leg-spinner’s excellent performances on the international stage. Now, the soft-spoken Permaul is working overtime to join the amiable Bishoo in the Windies line-up. Permaul, the small left-arm spinner, is a member of the Sagicor High Performance Centre and he recently started his second three-month stint at the base at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies.
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