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Minister hails Antigua Test a success

Antigua Observer article.

St John's, Antigua - Minister of Sports Paul “Chet” Greene has described the public’s support for the first Test between England and the West Indies at Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground (SVRCG) as “heartening”, while crediting a number agencies for ensuring its success.

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Sir Richie satisfied with younger players

Antigua Observer article.

St John's, Antigua - Manager of the West Indies cricket team and former captain, Sir Richie Richardson, has expressed confidence in the players breaking into the regional squad.

Ambrose wants bouncer rule relaxed

Antigua Observer article.

St John's, Antigua - Former fast bowler and cricketing legend, Sir Curtly Ambrose, believes the rule that restricts bowlers to only two short-pitched deliveries per over should be revisited.

‘Jimbo’ to be first enrollee in Four Knights Academy

Antigua Observer article.

St John's, Antigua - Twenty-two-year old all-rounder Rahkeem “Jimbo” Cornwall will be the first national cricketer to enroll in the government-funded Four Knights Cricket Academy.

Sir Viv wants support for Simmons

Antigua Observer article.

St John's, Antigua - Former West Indies captain and legendary batsman, Sir Vivian Richards, has called for those charged with the responsibility of moving West Indies cricket forward to rally around new coach Phil Simmons.

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