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St John’s, Antigua– Coaches across the Caribbean with an interest in specializing in fast bowling will have an opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the discipline. The West Indies Cricket Board is hosting a Fast Bowling Coaches Workshop at the Sagicor High Performance Center in Barbados on September 8th and 9th.

World renowned Biomechanist Dr Paul Hurrion, will join West Indies Head...

Georgetown, Guyana – West Indies bowlers have put them in with a great chance of winning the first Digicel Test match against Pakistan at the Guyana National Stadium on Saturday.

 

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Colombo, Sri Lanka – New Zealand were all out for 217 off 48.5 overs against Sri Lanka in the first ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 semi-final at the R Premadasa Stadium on Tuesday.

The topscore came from veteran allrounder Scott Styris, who made 57 from 77 balls, while opener Martin Gupril made 39 from 65 balls.

The best bowlers for Sri Lanka were speedster Lasith Malinga, who took 3-55...

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board and Digicel have made a massive presentation of cricket gear all across the Caribbean. The WICB and the proud sponsor of West Indies cricket presented over 150 cricket bats, 260 pairs of batting gloves and 150 pairs of batting pads to various cricketing groups in 11 countries in the region. The gear presentation, which was rolled out over the past weeks, is part of the WICB...

Colombo, Sri Lanka – A reserve day has been factored in from the knock out stage in the ICC Cricket World Cup which will start in seven days times. 

In the official Playing Conditions it shows that play would be continued from where it stopped on the scheduled day of the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final if it spills over into the reserve day.

“There shall be one reserve...

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