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Kraigg Brathwaite realises Test dream

Basseterre, St Kitts– Kraigg Brathwaite became the fifth youngest West Indian to play Test cricket when he made his debut in the 2nd Digicel Test against Pakistan on Friday at Warner Park.

“This is an honour for me and a real dream. I always wanted to play for the West Indies in Test match. I never thought it would come this early but I’m delighted to be playing my first Test match,” Brathwaite said.

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Kraigg Brathwaite named in Windies 13

Basseterre, St Kitts– Eighteen year old Barbadian opener Kraigg Brathwaite has been named by the WICB Selection Committee in the West Indies squad for the Second Digicel Test against Pakistan at Warner Park starting tomorrow.

Brathwaite has replaced left handed Grenadian opener Devon Smith as the only change in the squad.

Darren Sammy – Captain

Brendan Nash – Vice Captain

Carlton Baugh Jr - Wicketkeeper

Kraigg Brathwaite

Darren Bravo

Devendra Bishoo

Shiv Chanderpaul

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Sir Hilary says 'don' comments misunderstood

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – UWI Cave Hill principal Sir Hilary Beckles has defended his comments characterizing Chris Gayle as a “don”, contending he was merely outlining a public perception that existed.

Sir Hilary was slammed by the West Indies Players Union over the comments, with the players union calling for his resignation as a West Indies Cricket Board director and for UWI to launch an investigation.

Fiery Fidel is back!

Georgetown, Guyana - Fast bowler Fidel Edwards has signalled his readiness to return to the highest level of the game.

The fiery 29-year-old was last week invited to participate in a two day practice match prior to the First Digicel Test match against Pakistan at the Guyana National Stadium.

He was out of the game for close to two years and made an impressive return for Barbados earlier this year in the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament, with 22 wickets, to be one of the leading bowlers on the circuit.

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Windies take one back after D/L

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Dwayne Bravo struck a long-hop from Shahid Afridi high over mid-wicket for six before rain interrupted to soothe West Indies’ ailing pride, with a one-run victory over Pakistan under the Duckworth-Lewis Method in the fourth One-day International on Monday.

West Indies finished on 154 for four from 29.5 overs – the total required under the D/L Method – to claim their first victory in the five-match series, and over a Test side other than Bangladesh since June 2009.

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