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Tue, 11/08/2011 - 13:47

North Sound, Antigua – West Indies A Team centurion Nkrumah Bonner has praised the Sagicor High Performance Centre for improving his cricket.

“The HPC has changed us as players for the better, it is a great programme for the development of young cricketers and I improved physically, mentally and in my skills department as well during the time I spent there,” said the Jamaican all rounder about the West...

Tue, 11/08/2011 - 08:23

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies women’s all rounder Stacy Ann King says that the team needs to work on perfecting the killer instinct as they focus on moving up the international rankings.

“As a team we need to work on killing off the opponent when we get ourselves into good positions in games, too often we slack up a bit and give the opposition a chance to come back into the game,” King said while...

Tue, 11/08/2011 - 06:28

Delhi, India, CMC – West Indies will be looking for another huge effort their bowlers as they make a all-out bid to win the first Test when play resumes on Wednesday.

At the close on Tuesday, India had the advantage on 152-2 chasing a victory target of 276 at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid – India’s two most experienced campaigners with 338 Tests between them – will resume...

Mon, 11/07/2011 - 23:07

Delhi, India -- Shivnarine Chanderpaul held the key to the West Indies’ second innings at lunch on the third day of the first Test match on Tuesday.

The 37-year-old was on 39 not out at the break as the Windies wobbled to 109-7. They lost five wickets in the morning session and the overall lead is 204 so far.

Chanderpaul, who hit a century in the first innings, and skipper Darren Sammy on eight not...

Mon, 11/07/2011 - 15:36

Delhi, India, CMC/IANS – West Indies captain Darren Sammy said Monday that bowling tight on a slow and low Feroz Shah Kotla track was the key for their success against the Indian batsmen.

India were bowled out for 209 runs in the first innings of the first Test and at stumps in response to West Indies’ 304 all out earlier.
At the close, West Indies were struggling on 21 for two – a lead of 116 – after...

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