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WICB pays tribute to Andrew Weekes

St John’s, Antigua – Cricket in the West Indies recently lost one of its faithful servants, as former Test umpire Andrew Weekes passed away in his native St Kitts. He was 72 years old.

Race for top three spots on in CT20

Gros Islet, St Lucia – At the end of the action-packed first phase of the Caribbean T20 at Queens Park Oval, defending champions Trinidad and Tobago lead the points table.

The Trinis played unbeaten at home to record three wins and a no-result due to a wash-out, and stand top of the charts with 13 points.

Joseph welcomes fresh ideas into ABCA

St. John’s Antigua - National and Leeward Islands top-order batsman, Sylvester “Bouncing” Joseph, has welcomed fresh blood into the administrating of cricket and has placed confidence in the ability of newly elected President Zorol Barthley to move the game of cricket forward in the twin-island state.

New format brings excitement to CT20

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad - The West Indies Cricket Board has taken the bold step to change the format for the Caribbean T20 tournament – and the new set-up will see more matches and more exposure for the region’s players.

Joseph hopeful of call-up to Windies

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – National cricketer and captain of the Leeward Islands cricket team, Sylvester “Bouncing” Joseph, said he would welcome the opportunity to represent the region at the international level once more.

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